Today on Context Florida:
Political opportunists and wannabes worldwide are working their mouths and typing fingers overtime this week, Daniel Tilson says, trying to turn American public opinion against the Iran nuclear deal in hopes Congress refuses to approve it this summer. And they’re not all seeking the 2016 Republican presidential nomination either — not yet anyway. In fact, the leader of the pack of peace-busters is a foreigner, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Whether or not one agrees about the presence of climate change, or the cause of it, Bob Sparks believes there is some agreement in the area of energy diversification. For example, liberals and conservatives routinely join forces to promote the benefits of solar energy. Those living outside Florida are surprised to discover we do not come anywhere near our potential in harnessing the premier resource of the Sunshine State. Florida should be a solar haven for consumers and entrepreneurs, yet obstacles remain.
Who decided patience was a virtue? Why not action, determination, and grit? There’s not a problem in the world that doesn’t have a solution – sometimes we have to think, and act, outside the box to bring it about. That’s what happened to Catherine Durkin Robinson.