U.S. Congressman Allen West announced today that he will no longer run as an incumbent in Congressional District 22. Instead has his eye on the seat just […]
Month: January 2012
Three of the four Republican presidential hopefuls spent the weekend stumping for votes in the Sunshine State in advance of Florida’s GOP presidential primary Tuesday. Newt Gingrich […]
In my last je post, I made fun of Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich. This week, it’s Mitt Romney’s and Rick Santorum’s turn. Throw in a laugh […]
Forget Sea World, or Discovery Cove. You want to see Florida’s stunning marine life, or even swim with the dolphins, just venture even a short distance off […]
Commission chambers overflowed onto three other floors at Thursday’s zoning meeting, when busloads of people came to weigh in on a proposed development next to West Palm […]
The West Palm Beach City Commission on Monday unanimously passed an ordinance requiring“extended hours permits”for Clematis Street bars and restaurants serving alcohol late into the night. Commissioner […]
Newt Gingrich has won the South Carolina primary decisively. What does this mean? It would appear as though the Republican establishment and the voters do not agree […]
LongBoards, one of Clematis Street’s newest restaurants, could just be the long-awaited catalyst needed to reinvigorate the doldrums of the 500 block. This is the less-traveled western […]
Responding to a flood of public outrage, the ray Beach City Commission snuffed out a proposed fee to help cover the cost of running the Fire Department. […]
By George Noga
The American dream is comatose, if not dead, thanks entirely to government that sucks the blood out of its citizens, i.e. the vampire state.
For the first time ever, Americans believe the next generation will be worse off. In 1962 single-income families like Steve and Sandy were the norm; it was rare indeed for a married woman, especially one with children, to work outside the home.
Anyone who has listened to radio talk show host Joyce Kaufman, 850 WFTL, knows that she is not shy about speaking her mind. She is a Tea […]
The county’s biggest fundraisers in the last quarter hold seats in the Florida Senate, with top honors going to Sen. Joe Negron, R-Palm City, who brought in […]