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Reeled in

It is now obvious that President Trump’s entire philosophy is bait and switch. This way he can say anything about anything and see what the reaction is.

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Hialeah police issues

Re the March 20 article “Troubled Hialeah cop got ‘gifts’ from woman for private info on civilians, feds say.” The Hialeah police officer also has a lengthy history of other problems.

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Alaskan predators

Using the Congressional Review Act, Congress has nullified the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services to prevent Alaska’s excessive attacks on predators on National Wildlife Refuges such as bears and wolves along with their cubs.

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Oil spill’s effects

In Jenny Staletovich’s April 12, 2016 article “Hundreds of baby dolphin deaths tied to BP’s Gulf oil spill,” the long lasting effects of oil spills and the need for ocean sustainability are brought to public attention.

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Funding everything

Washington plans to slash the programs that for years provided medical care, fed, educated, or assisted people. The theory is they are a waste and the savings can be redirected for the military.

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Rubio’s constituents

Senator Marco Rubio seems unwilling to meet with constituents, appearing fearful they will yell at him. He said it would be a “waste” of his time. He even inferred we were paid. Well, I am not paid. I have written. I have called. I’m a Floridian participating in our democracy. I’ve treated his staff with respect as they have treated me.

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Wall no solution

Now that the government has released its requirements for the border wall, I continue to find the idea to be utterly ridiculous. To spend billions on preventing immigration (when more Mexicans have left the U.S. than have immigrated in the past few years) is a waste of money.

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