Sunday, Jan 25, 2015

Opinion

Will a Clinton or Bush be our next president ... again?

Time to break out the old sayings, it appears. “What’s old is new again.” “What comes around goes around.” “History repeats itself.” The same thing appears to be shaping up in the 2016 presidential rac...
Published: 01/04/15

We’re all good at something, even if it’s painful for everyone else

Most young people wonder what they will do with the rest of their lives. Many of us had the same questions - and still do. Often what they think they want is far removed from what they ultimately end up doing. That’s because it’s nearly...
Published: 01/04/15

Maybe it changes, but it doesn’t really

Just because we now have the Internet giving us unfettered access to information including all of history, doesn’t mean we’ve learned enough about our American heritage to be grateful for it.
Published: 01/04/15

Instructions not included

The giving season has completely passed, which means my kids have officially busted open every gift they received and all the boxes are at the curb ready to be picked up the next time our waste service rolls down the street. I have to say, I love and...
Published: 01/03/15

What awaits in this year, now new?

Perhaps you have just run your first mile or are scanning the paper as you consider adjusting the menu for dinner, your first efforts to better life habits in the coming year.
Published: 01/01/15

Letters to the editor

Racial hatred
Published: 01/01/15

Realistic optimism is possible

After the end-of-2014 overviews, the wild celebrations on New Year’s Eve, the 2015 prognostications, the resolutions to learn from it all, Jan. 2 dawns upon the overactive and tired. It is even worse if behind it all is façade or fear or ...
Published: 01/02/15

Harry Potter story keeps on giving

Every so often, a new pop culture phenomenon comes around and takes the world by storm. Occasionally, one of these fads turns in to something much more than a simple short-lived trend; the Harry Potter series is a perfect example of this. ...
Published: 12/31/14
Letters to the editor

Letters to the editor

Why Marco Rubio?
Published: 12/30/14

Forget resolutions, life is a crapshoot despite the date

A new year is about to begin but I learned long ago to not make New Year’s resolutions. I don’t recall keeping any of them for more than a week, at best. That never stops me from making mental goals and wishes. Not sure those have ever ...
Published: 12/27/14

Part of the Tribune family of products

© 2015 TAMPA MEDIA GROUP, LLC