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  • Morals matter in the Oval Office

    What is it with presidents and interns? I mean, really. It's disgusting, alarming and inexcusable for the leader of the free world to prey on an intern, no matter how willing the young woman claims to be. Yet decades before Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky...
  • Green with envy over 'Fifty Shades of Gray'

    While you were sleeping -- or having wild, passionate sex -- publishing history was being made. This week, a trilogy of "mommy porn" hit the $20 million sales mark in the United States, surpassing records set by both "The Da Vinci Code" and "Harry Potter....
  • Thursday Morning Reads: Foreclosures, rabid cats and a sewer project

    TALLAHASSEE -- Good morning and happy Thursday. Here's what we're reading this morning.   * The Sentinel looks at the drop in foreclosures and whether or not it's the result of the new law.   * Palm Beach County is hunting for rabid cats, the...
  • Hazing death heightens worries

    Those of us who have sent children to college know that parental worries take a different turn when the kids are off on their own. We worry that they will drink too much and not study enough. That they'll be mugged on their way back to the dorm. That a...
  • For me, higher gas prices equal being hoodwinked

    I didn't need a cup of joe to jolt me awake this morning. I filled up my gas tank instead. (Bleep!!!) I own a 5-year-old, fuel-efficient Honda Civic that gets me from here to there economically, a highly valued attribute after a dozen years of putting...
  • Overexposed celebrities, please step away from the limelight

    In a world where fame is valued currency and celebrities are worshipped as deities, some people have received more than their fair share of the limelight. Anywhere you turn, they're there. Always there. These overexposed folks remind me of a Spanish...
  • Can Millennials keep the faith?

    Do you believe in God or do you think He is one of man's most elaborate delusions? Have you, in a moment of anger and despair, doubted His existence, distrusted the teachings of your childhood and displayed a wide-eyed skepticism? I certainly have, and...
  • As Miami opens spring practice, all eyes are on Ryan Williams

    As Miami opens spring practice, all eyes are on Ryan Williams
    CORAL GABLES — The Miami Hurricanes opened spring practice Saturday morning, and, in turn, began the Ryan Williams experiment. Williams, the 6-foot-6, state-championship-winning senior from Miramar, stands as the Hurricanes top quarterback this...
  • Say what? Top 50 Miami Dolphins quotes of all time

    Say what? Top 50 Miami Dolphins quotes of all time
    50. "I don't think I've been asked this many questions since my mother caught me drinking in high school." - Don Strock after winning his first game as Dolphins quarterback in 1976 49. "I need this like I need another knee operation." - Dick Anderson...
  • Huber Matos Benitez dies at 95; Cuban revolutionary broke with Castro

    Huber Matos Benitez dies at 95; Cuban revolutionary broke with Castro
    Huber Matos Benitez, whose disenchantment with the Cuban Revolution he had helped lead brought him the wrath of Fidel Castro and 20 years in prison, died Thursday in Miami after a heart attack. He was 95. His death was confirmed by his grandson, Huber...
  • Parents behaving badly in youth sports - shame, shame

    In the two years since my youngest left for college, taking both cheer and mayhem in his luggage, there are a few cherished things I have missed. The same longing holds true for his older brother, who, I hope, is also shoulder-high in books and classes....
  • Failure is a great teacher

    "Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose." --Bill Gates It was the kind of call every mother dreads -- news that, in the grand scheme of life, is nothing serious but seems so if you happen to be the person living...