Published: Dec 12th, 2005
WHAT is it about watching young women being ravished by oversized middle-aged gorillas that presses so many buttons – and fuels so many King Kong movies, including the latest version opening on Wednesday?
Published: Nov 9th, 2005
You don’t have to look hard this fall for evidence it’s high time to adopt a green, or environmentally conscious, approach to life.
Published: Oct 30th, 2005
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission sets the standard for all reactors.
Published: Sep 21st, 2005
With Scripps Florida set to break ground at its Palm Beach County headquarters Friday (Sept. 23), the news from the fledgling biomedical research institute is promising.
Published: Sep 16th, 2005
In his opening statement Monday, Judge John G. Roberts Jr. said that while gazing on Indiana’s fields as a youth, he saw no boundaries or limitations to opportunity.
Published: Jul 1st, 2005
People of faith — particularly Christians and Jews — should applaud the Supreme Court for its decisions Monday in two Ten Commandments cases.
Published: Jun 28th, 2005
Critics of yesterday’s Supreme Court?s Kelo decision, affirming that government can use the power of eminent domain to further economic development, are exaggerating the decision’s impact.
Published: May 31st, 2005
As anyone who has followed recent news stories knows, the Internet has created a major clash between fundamental democratic values of open government and personal privacy – a clash only enhanced by its capacity to make information in Miami instantly available in Tokyo.
Published: May 23rd, 2005
News that the Scripps Research Institute is devising a Florida exit strategy because of continued delays over construction of its Palm Beach County headquarters should be a wakeup call to Floridians concerned about the state’s growth and economic well-being.
Published: Apr 17th, 2005
In my 15 months as president of the University of Florida, my hardest days have been those when I’ve learned of a student’s death or serious injury.