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Chinese drywall settlement will not adequately compensate victims

November 7, 2019 To the editor: A local news outlet recently published a Chinese Drywall Settlement Notice stating that the settlement “will compensate for remediation damages and other loss claims.” It will not. more »»

 
 
 
Kangaroo court hopping to false conclusion

November 7, 2019 To the editor: In the impeachment hearings that are in progress note the connection between the Democrats and fake news. more »»

Guest Opinion: Guardian ad Litem Foundation helps give a childhood back to children of SWFL

October 30, 2019 Imagine if your birthday was just another day — no party, no gifts, no cake, no extra attention. You certainly wouldn’t feel special. more »»

Rooney should resign now

October 30, 2019 To the editor: An open letter to Rep. more »»

Thank you, Congressman Rooney, for having an open mind

October 30, 2019 To the editor: I heard Rep. Rooney’s remarks that he will consider being open to the impeachment inquiry. I thank hi. more »»

Guest Opinion: Lee School District has focused on bullying prevention

October 23, 2019 As we begin our second full month of school, October is National Bullying Prevention month. Safety is a primary focus of our District. If students do not feel safe, they do not learn. more »»

Guest Opinion: Community invited to celebrate achievements of Israel Suarez

October 23, 2019 For the past 40 years, The Rev. Israel Suarez has poured every ounce of his energy into Nations Association Charities, an organization he founded and has led for decades. more »»

A shadow representative – impeachment

October 23, 2019 To the editor: Anticipating Congressman Rooney’s coming home to preside over town halls about the latest, most serious allegation against President Trump, I begin service as your “shadow... more »»

Identity politics

October 23, 2019 To the editor: Some years back, I counted the special interest groups (now called identity politics) that the Democrats pursue. I counted over 20 but probably could add 10 more. more »»

Guest Opinion: Lee County is doing more with less

October 16, 2019 The headlines out of Washington DC are hard to miss. Congress is talking about impeachment, investigations, continuing resolutions and perpetually campaigning. more »»

You are living great, right?

October 16, 2019 To the editor: Some 30% of Americans will retire with only Social Security as income. more »»

Not yet Halloween and a spook visits the White House

October 16, 2019 To the editor: Not Halloween yet and already a spook visits the White House and Pelosi is excited and praying for Trump. Wow, this is really an exciting time we live in. more »»

Action must be based on facts, not party ‘loyalty’

October 9, 2019 To the editor: Joe Biden lost a son in service to his country. It would seem that Hunter Biden, the other son, not unlike George W. more »»

Blame the politicians

October 9, 2019 To the editor: More comments on capitalism vs. socialism. My comments of last week were general comments. more »»

Money reigns

October 9, 2019 To the editor: Some four years ago the FDA warned of a crisis of addiction when it tried to ban flavored fluid for e-cigarettes. more »»

Political systems boil down to what motivates us

October 2, 2019 To the editor: How do you compare socialism and capitalism extolled by the presidential candidates especially Saunders and Warren? They propose taking our socialism much further paying for... more »»

Hysterical sore losers

October 2, 2019 To the editor: The Democrats, by voting to impeach President Trump, have shown themselves to be the ultimate in cry babies. more »»

Guest Opinion: A major step forward for environmental protection

September 18, 2019 On Wednesday, the House of Representatives took a big step forward in protecting Florida’s coastal environment and its econom. more »»

Guest Opinion: Upping the ante to protect Southwest Florida

September 18, 2019 Last year’s toxic algae crisis has been rightly crowned a historic turning point for our region. more »»

Guest Opinion: Why we choose to Walk Like MADD

September 18, 2019 For two years, the firm of Goldstein, Buckley, Cechman, Rice & Purtz has been a presenting sponsor for Mothers Against Drunk Driving’s Walk Like MADD 5k walk and run that raises money to ensure no... more »»

Guest Opinion: Bedz for Kidz helps Southwest Florida children feel at home

September 4, 2019 When children are abused, abandoned or neglected, someone needs to step forward and provide compassionate, unwavering care in loco parentis. more »»

 
 

 

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