• The Right is fed up

    In her Nov. 17 letter, a woman wrote of an unpleasant encounter with a stranger who, upon seeing her “I support Obama” bumper sticker, harangued about the evils committed by Democrats. Concluding the letter, the writer asked:

    “How did it come to this? When did people stop communicating and begin spewing pundit talking points with such vitriol just for having a differing opinion?”


  • Thank you volunteers

    On Friday and Saturday, Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, the First United Methodist Church, Homosassa, held a combination craft, plant, book, needlecraft and baked goods sale. There was also a “Men’s Cave” where tools and the like were sold and also a Christmas room all lit and sparkling.

  • Neither conservative, nor liberal

    I am not a conservative or a liberal, I am an American.

    Why is it that a person has to introduce themselves as not only a conservative, but as an American, as if any one else who is not a conservative is not American?

  • One Republican to another
  • Today, I am awake

    Two years ago, I went to the gym. I took a seat on a stationary bicycle next to two gentlemen with graying hair and kindly faces. I slipped my headphones into my ears and swiped my thumb across my phone, searching for an upbeat tune to kickstart my workout and let the world disappear around me.

  • Monumental failure
  • Surprised by choice of discourse

    Re: Harry Cooper’s “No defense for Obama’s performance,” letter to editor, Chronicle, Nov. 23: Harry Cooper enjoys intercourse with liberals? Preposterous, I thought, but that’s what is written under his byline: “…   I love discussions about Obama with liberals.”

    Harry also has a lot to say about illegal aliens; nothing good, all bad.

  • Thanks for help with festival

    Everyone working at the city of Inverness wants to take a moment to recognize and thank the Chronicle for the coverage provided in support of the Farm City Festival that took place Nov. 15 at Liberty Park in Inverness. This was a very important event for Citrus County. The program was conducted at a prime location and brought together the agricultural communities of Hernando and Citrus counties and did so in a big way.

  • Thanks for supporting King’s Bay

    Dear heroes: Thank you for braving the cold weather on Wednesday, Nov. 19, and helping us build “cages for shading.”

    Your hard work and persistence were critical in the Florida Springs Institute’s construction and launching of more cages for its research project. This phytoremediation research project should hopefully provide a natural solution to improving water clarity for Kings Bay by shading out harmful algae growth.

  • Don’t subsidize pet ownership

    Irresponsible pet owners have caused an overpopulation of unwanted animals in Citrus County. The way to solve this problem is to dispose of these abandoned pets, or raise the money for a pet shelter solely through pet license fees. It is not the responsibility of the general public to subsidize pet ownership.