Deciding on an abortion is a disgrace.
The Conservative Supreme Court seems to be in favor of those who oppose the secession of the church and the government and the inhumane “legal acts” of the private sector.
As a result, if the restrictive Mississippi abortion law is followed, poor women abortions may go backwards and possibly die in the process, or they may carry their infants in toilet tents and throw them in the trash. Young girls are forced to bear the consequences of rape or sexual assault.
Is this a development? No, this is a radical reform in a country that is immoral and advanced. It is a disgrace to the courts and to the law, to justice and to morality.
Juliette Muscat, Sarasota
An attempt to restore the rule of law
Respect for Lorette Ramirez’s Citizen Taxpayer’s Complaint from Sarasota County Commissioners A former leader of the Siesta Key Association, this is a continuation of her service to our community (“Siesta Key Hotel Development Opposed by a Sarasota County resident in court,” November 29).
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Perhaps Sarasota County is a continuation of the Republican Party’s campaign against corruption. For more than a decade, she has struggled to regain her loyalty and loyalty to the party.
Most Sarasota Republicans are unaware that their local party has turned into nothing more than a rubber stamp for uncontrolled and tax-subsidized development. As a result, as our environment and quality of life deteriorate, our taxes, traffic, and crime increase dramatically.
That’s enough. People move here because they like it, not because they want us to be the next Miami beach.
The protections provided by our local land use laws are meaningless because our county and local judges are unwilling to enforce them. Although it will be history, let’s hope Ramirez is not the only opposition standing in front of a tank in Tiananmen Square.
Let’s hope the lawsuit helps restore our city to the rule of law. It was a good change.
Mike Cosentino, Sarasota
The best bet for extra solar energy
Our country’s goal of producing 40% of our electricity from the sun by 2035 is a major challenge. Consider the fact that today about 3% of all solar farms appear everywhere.
Once upon a time, the pressure on the population was increasing by turning boolical lands into glass waves. In addition, better places have already been prepared from an infrastructure perspective. Without significant additional investment in the grid, many more solar fields will not be implemented.
Existing roofs provide a solution. National Reusable Energy Laboratory Approximately 3,000 square miles of surface area in the US is sunny. That would be enough to produce 1.4 trillion watts of electricity a year, or about 35% of the total.
In addition, new solar panels have been relocated away from where they need electricity, but roofs are still in use, so small new infrastructure is needed.
In addition, the sunlight on the attic allows the widely distributed grid to be stable and more resilient during storms.
Larry Jordan, Venice
The president has lost most Americans.
Most Americans vote in the middle or at least right or left in the middle. However, no party can give us a moderate, sensible candidate.
The GOP is still embroiled in a tug-of-war over Donald Trump’s 2020 election, with Democrats trying to lead the government with a left-wing agenda (after the electorate voted against the “most progressive” party members).
Here are some ways in which President Joe Biden has misled most Americans.
• George: He and his team could not get us out of Afghanistan in a more subtle, ineffective and degrading manner.
• George: The border crisis continues unabated and is a big risk.
• OPEC and Russia take action on oil and gas production, asking for their help in increasing energy production.
• George: The administration is pushing for more inflation, as inflation heats up across the United States and we are thinner than enough Medicare and Social Security stocks.
Yes I can! Watching Biden and the team is like looking at the key stone cops!
Thomas G. Moore, Bradenton
The columnist should lose the platform
November 26 ፡—ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት ሶስት
Get rid of Mark Tesson. In his opinion, if this is to be the case, he must lose the platform.
John Limarzi, Sarasota