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Letters

  • Honoring our dead veterans

    My only questions for the Tallahassee tea party and my “military-friendly” tate Rep. Jimmie T. Smith: 

    Q: Will you be allowing veterans and other Americans to vote without hours in lines?

    Q: Could you folks please count the votes before the election is over this time?

    This would be a great and real tribute to those who died so Americans could have free elections. I think that’s why they gave their lives.

  • Taxpayers will foot bill for stub-out dispute

    Regarding the July 10 BOCC public hearing on the Sugarmill Woods “stub-out” issue, it is apparent that we (the taxpayers of Citrus County) will now be socked with paying legal fees to defend against the developer’s right to access the property he rightfully owns in Citrus County. The request to extend Oak Village Boulevard is being held hostage thanks to the Oak Village Homeowners Association President David Quinn and his coalition.

  • Look behind the Humanist agenda

    There is a well-organized movement out their calling themselves Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. They advocate the deception that separation of church and state was intended to keep church out of state affairs. This is the complete opposite of what separation of church and state means. The truth is it was a biblical ideology of keeping the church safe from the interference of big government. In other words, it was not to keep church out of state; it was to keep state out of church. (To prevent a nationally established religion.) 

  • Look behind the Humanist agenda

    There is a well-organized movement out their calling themselves Americans United for the Separation of Church and State. They advocate the deception that separation of church and state was intended to keep church out of state affairs. This is the complete opposite of what separation of church and state means. The truth is it was a biblical ideology of keeping the church safe from the interference of big government. In other words, it was not to keep church out of state; it was to keep state out of church. (To prevent a nationally established religion.) 

  • Educate yourself before voting

    Recently, my husband and I attended a debate hosted by the Nature Coast Republican Club at the College of Central Florida. 

    Republican candidates for County Commission Districts 2 and 4 answered questions, while candidates for School Board, Mosquito Control Board and Property Appraiser were allowed to speak for a few minutes each. 

  • Vote for Ron Kitchen

    Why should you vote for Ron Kitchen for Citrus County Commission seat No. 2 in the primary on Aug. 26?

  • Grateful for CMH
  • Everything is Obama's fault

    About those kids that are coming to the United States in droves: Why do we not secure the borders? We have enough to worry about here at home. We do not have the resources to care for all these children. Send them back. 

    Everything that is happening is Obama’s fault. He should have never been president in the first place. No matter what he touches it turns out to be a crisis. 

  • The third-trimester debate

    If I read correctly about the latest signings by Gov. Rick Scott, one of the new state statutes is that a doctor must examine a woman who wants to have an abortion and is in her third trimester. If the doctor determines that the baby is viable, he will determine that the woman can’t have the abortion.

  • Stop wasting taxpayers' money

    A headline in the June 11 Chronicle is unbelievable — the BOCC is going to spend another $35,000 to investigate Commissioner Scott Adams. This screams “witch hunt” by the other four commissioners, one of whom is a lame duck. It also appears to indicate that the county administrator is taking his final parting shot at a commissioner whom he dislikes. I wonder if anyone else sees this as one huge nail in the re-election hopes of Commissioner Kenney. Political games like this have a habit of backfiring.