It's nice having Florida Today as my hometown newspaper, because almost every issue has something newsworthy on space exploration.
In today's Sunday edition are two commentaries by Florida Today columnists.
Space columnist John Kelly writes that Republican candidates are short on the details when it comes to space policy.
Opinion page editor Matt Reed writes that Newt Gingrich has a seductive space plan but his political legacy suggests he may be insincere.
Reporter Patrick Peterson writes that Brevard County's economy is on the rebound thanks in part to the new commercial space industry. The apocalyptic claims made when the Shuttle program ended have turned out to be wrong, and local officials have learned that economic diversity is the key to survival.
Reporter Dave Berman writes about Saturday's astronaut memorial in Titusville.