The corruption of Randy Schultz and The Palm Beach Post

When I recently called The Palm Beach Post a “morally bankrupt institution,” I had no idea how quickly, and how spectacularly, Editorial Page Editor Randy Schultz would prove my […]

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Rick Scott will leave a better legacy than Bob Graham
Election 2012: Adam Hasner’s tipping point

We’ve heard for months now how important November’s election will be in American politics. It’s been described variously as a watershed year, as a do-or-die year and […]

US Navy ‘Fleet Week’ kick off broadcasts live from Lauderdale on Facebook

More than 1,000 men and women of the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard are in town for Fleet Week Port Everglades, April 25-May 1 for the […]

BizPac Review sails into Port Everglades on USS Dallas submarine

The USS Dallas rolled out the red carpet for BizPac Review in a special prelude to the upcoming Fleet Week events taking place in Fort Lauderdale, April 25-May 1. […]

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Israel; From Darling Of The Left To Pariah State

By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky

April 26 this year, according to the corresponding date of the Jewish lunar calendar marks the 64th anniversary of Israel’s Declaration of Independence (May 15, 1948).

Since then, Israel has been constantly in the news and with the passage of time subjected to the growing myth never challenged by the media, that the United States was wholly or largely responsible for fully supporting Israel…

High prices, eh? Hard to find a better deal than U.S. Sugar

Americans who put sugar in their coffee pay more for that sweetener than their Canadian counterparts, one lawmaker recently complained at a congressional hearing while advocating for […]

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Clean up Hurricane Charlie’s mess before the big one hits

In 2007, former Governor “Hurricane Charlie” Crist championed legislation which imposed punitive regulatory requirements on homeowners’ insurance companies. It froze insurance rates for Citizens Property Insurance Co. […]

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Quakers, Witches, Fugitive Slaves, Prohibition & Vietnam

By George Noga

What Do All These Things Have in Common? Jury Nullification!

Under the English and American political systems, juries are sovereign and hence have absolute power. In 1670 a London jury, despite being jailed for four days without food, water or toilet facilities, refused to convict William Penn for the crime of preaching Quakerism.

Despite economy, candidates still hauling in cash

The lagging economy didn’t hinder Palm Beach County candidates from hauling in just over $1.1 million in campaign funds for the first quarter of this year. While […]

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While Muslims terrorize FAU students, Anti-Defamation League cowers

The Florida Atlantic University campus in Boca Raton sits just a half-mile from the Islamic Center of Boca Raton, built to accommodate the Muslim students and staff […]

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Unclean hands stain County politics

You’ve heard it a hundred times. “What goes around, comes around”. Those Karmic words may be intruding into former county commissioner Addie Greene’s mind these days. The […]

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