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  • Netanyahu, marijuana and terrorists: Rant

    It is absurd for any one person to decide who anybody else may marry. Zealots, mind your own business and your own life. When calling Sen. Marco Rubio's office, you get a recording. For those of us in our 80s with no email, a handwritten note gets no...
  • What a shock: NCAA sanctions against Syracuse don't affect 2003 title

    What a shock: NCAA sanctions against Syracuse don't affect 2003 title
    The NCAA needs to sponsor a "Shell Game" championship, given its continued excellence in that sport. The governing body of college athletics, even in handing down severe sanctions against Syracuse basketball on Friday, continues to send a time-honored...
  • Freebie Friday: Parade, Iced coffee, and other free stuff this week

    Freebie Friday: Parade,  Iced coffee,  and other free stuff this week
    Looking for free stuff to do this week?   Freebie Spotlights St. Patrick's Day Parade: includes a parade, Irish dancers and music. 2 p.m. Sunday, Downtown Winter Park, Park Ave., Winter Park, free, 407-222-0648.   Participating Dunkin’...
  • Jeb Bush yet to pass the tea party litmus test

    Jeb Bush yet to pass the tea party litmus test
    The significance of the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) recently held in a Washington suburb was what it revealed about how far the speakers were willing to go to establish their credentials for being there. For most them, as...
  • Congress has vital role to play in nation's foreign affairs

    Put aside the overheated spat about the wisdom of inviting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congress this week. The deeper constitutional issue involves the insistence by President Barack Obama that the House and...
  • Vice Adm. Nora Tyson speaks on women's integration into Navy

    Vice Adm. Nora Tyson speaks on women's integration into Navy
    Vice Adm. Nora Tyson was the first woman to lead a carrier strike group. But she said it was all of the women who served before her that allowed her to climb as high as she has today. Tyson currently serves as the deputy commander of U.S. Fleet Forces. ...
  • Q&A: Bernie Sanders on Hillary, 2016 and personality politics

    Q&A: Bernie Sanders on Hillary, 2016 and personality politics
    Bernie Sanders, one of Vermont's U.S. senators, is mulling a 2016 run for president, as either a Democrat or independent. He is expected to announce his decision in a few weeks. During a recent testing-the-waters swing through Iowa, the self-described...
  • G-A-Y is only two letters and five justices' votes away from GOP

    G-A-Y is only two letters and five justices' votes away from GOP
    Early this summer, if the U.S. Supreme Court decides that the whole country will recognize same-sex marriage, it could be delivering a huge gift to the Republicans. Doesn’t seem possible? You’re right; it’s at least counter-intuitive....
  • The Times' editorial board on the stump for free trade

    The Times' editorial board on the stump for free trade
    As the debate over the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and fast-track authority heats up, it's a good bet that The Times' editorial board will soon be taking a stand on the merits of each. Here's a look back at where The Times'...
  • Email scandal won't doom Hillary, but supporters should feel uneasy

    Historically, the Clintons have proved to be politically indestructible. To paraphrase the movie "Aliens," to truly destroy the Clinton Industrial Complex, you'd have to nuke it from orbit. It's the only way to be sure. Given that alone, I doubt that the...
  • Reporter hopes to ask Obama about race

    Bill Plante was 27 when he covered the Selma marches for CBS 50 years ago. Plante is now 77 and has returned to Selma for CBS. He also will interview President Barack Obama on Saturday in Selma about the marches that led to the 1965 Voting Rights Act. ...