• Commission fails its constituency
  • Too close for comfort

    If you had a hunch the news system was rigged and you couldn’t put your finger on it, this might solve the puzzle:

    * ABC News executive producer Ian Cameron is married to Susan Rice, national security adviser.

    * CBS President David Rhodes is the brother of Ben Rhodes, Obama’s deputy national security adviser for strategic communications.

  • BP writes off penalties
  • My views deserve space

    There have been several times in which I have sent letters and or called Sound Off in order to submit my comments, but since most times the comments have been contrary to what the Chronicle believes, I have had very little luck in getting my comments published.

    The Chronicle does not show their good faith in publishing comments that criticizes the Chronicle comments, editorials and beliefs, and therefore, I am trying again:

  • Reader responds

    I would like to respond to Pat Condray’s inquiry, as I very much doubt that George Will reads the Chronicle (no offense intended).

  • Teens need broader sex education

    According to Florida Charts, 120 babies were born to mothers between the ages of 15 and 19 in Citrus County from 2011 to 2013. Florida Charts state 72.3 percent of the births were financed by Medicaid, thus indicating poverty level. Studies show teenage mothers and their babies have poorer educational achievement, life satisfaction and personal income throughout their lives.

  • Time for Congress to put its foot down

    Today it is reported that the emails of IRS agent Lois Lerner have been found and it only took two weeks to locate them.

    Remember IRS Commissioner John Koskinen apologizing for the unfortunate disappearance of Mrs. Lerner’s correspondence? She’s the one that took the Fifth. She was our employee. Once again we see the unabashed corruption in our government.

  • Leftist slant of article is evident

    The Nation & World page of the Monday, Feb. 23, Chronicle was a piece of left-wing work by the Associated Press. Let’s look at “Poll: Most back tax plan.” That was an outright attempt to stir up some good old-fashioned class warfare, and support Obama’s plan to hike taxes.

  • Poker run raises over $6,500
  • Thanks for the honor

    I, Frank Jean-Jacques Maigne, would like to thank the city of Crystal River for selecting Cody’s Original Roadhouse as its 2014 Business of the Year. It was quite a surprise and honor to be chosen, as there are so many deserving businesses in Crystal River.