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  • Declare war on ISIS

    The ISIS army, along with the other Islamic militants, have declared war on us by killing our citizens and threatening to kill more.

  • Too much coverage

    With 24-hour coverage of a St. Louis suburb and the shooting of a resident by police, we must get another 24-hour news channel. The Middle East is exploding. American citizens are at risk from brutal terrorists.

  • Black leadership void

    According to the interviews I have seen on television, Ferguson is 70 percent black and has no black elected officials. There are only three black officers in the 60-member police force.

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    Partners in stopping human trafficking

    The Aug. 18 article Council aims to fight human trafficking describes how Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi will lead the new Statewide Council on Human Trafficking in tackling the issue prevalent in Florida. The new Council goes hand-in-hand with the Florida Network of Youth and Family Services’ efforts to get critical services closer to human trafficking victims.

  • Fare increase for disabled ‘un-American’

    Why should residents of Miami-Dade County with disabilities have to pay more to use public transportation? They don’t pay for the construction and maintenance of accessibility ramps in the front of buildings? That’s the government’s — the community’s — responsibility, as agreed to under the landmark legislation passed 25 years ago known as the American’s With Disabilities Act or ADA, enforced by the U.S. Department of Justice.

  • Zoo Miami’s angels

    It’s Sunday morning and I settle in to read the Herald. I pick up the Tropical Life section and am drawn to the lead article, Zoo Miami’s angels, by Ron Magill, the zoo’s communications director. Magill is a treasure to South Florida because of his super work and devotion to one of the finest zoos in the country.

  • Miracle Mile tax flap

    I was appalled and outraged after finding out that the assesment for improvements on Miracle Mile included assesing our residential buildings on Aragon 10. It is the only residential building included. This is blatantly discriminatory and ridiculous. I pleaded with the Gables commisioners to exclude this provision. Thanks, Comissioner Lagos, for your attendance to our meetings.

  • No port security

    We drove through the new PortMiami tunnel this week and were appalled. There was no security at all. We drove all around the port, going over through the tunnel and back via the bridge to the arena area.

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  • Double standard I

    Where are the protests over the death of 22-year-old Maria Fernanda Godinez, accidentally shot to death in ...

  • Double standard II

    Charges have now been filed, but to put the intrusion into Ray Allen’s Coral Gables residence into p...

  • City not so beautiful

    Where are the patrol vehicles in Coral Gables? Houses being entered while homeowners sleep? Automobiles bei...

  • Bursting at the seams

    Jim Morin’s Aug. 20 cartoon suggested that the poem on the Statue of Liberty meant we should take in...

  • Stop political calls

    I just wanted to make a comment and maybe others out there feel the way I do. Isn’t it considered ha...

  • Go to the polls

    With great power comes great responsibility — to vote. To paraphrase John Kennedy’s speech ab...

  • Ray Allen home was violated

    Young people who are 18 and 19 are not “teens.” They are, at best, young adults, eligible to ...

  • Riots and rubble

    We need to keep a clear perspective about the world. A black youth is killed by a white cop in Ferguson, Mo...

  • No fear

    Re Archbishop Thomas Wenski’s Aug. 17 letter, Same-sex marriages would open Pandora’s Box: I ...

  • Flap over flag

    Now I’ve seen it all! A private citizen donates a multimillion-dollar symbol of our nation’s ...

  • Flag is a home run

    Michael Fernandez’s proposal for a large American flag is a home run for our area. It hits all the b...

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