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Oops

Pensacola News Journal forgot to renew its domain license for pnj.com. The bidding starts at 5 cents. Update: It’s back up @ 10 a.m.

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FEMA didn’t learn from Ivan

Saturday, Washington Post published an article on yet another FEMA failure – rebuilding of New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. The massive federally funded program for…

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Another poll: Hilary and Rudy lead

A new St. Petersburg Times/Bay News 9 poll shows Hilary Clinton tops the Democratic field by 23 percentage points, and Rudy Giuliani leads the GOP…

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We thought we did well

Our local legislative delegation has been bragging about how well Escambia and Santa Rosa counties did in the past session. Well, what we got from…

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Gun control – 2008 election

Miami Herald has an analysis of where the 2008 presidential candidates stand on gun control. FYI – gun control is a big issue in Northwest…

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Size matters at post office

Price of stamps increase today to 41 cents. The Sun-Sentinel points out in this article that the shape and size of a package also matter….

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No single black leader

Whenever I read a column by the daily newspaper’s executive editor, Dick Schneider, I’m reminded of the SNL character Stuart Smalley – “I’m Good Enough,…

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One more time

I’ve had to step in and moderate more comments than usual lately. I want to remind those who choose to comment on this blog that…

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Welfare isn’t the problem

I’ve read most of the comments on the Access Escambia. For some this initiative is an opportunity to voice opposition to welfare. Gang, Escambia County…

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