Alan Grayson, the left’s favorite wing nut, whined like a little baby in a recent campaign email. Grayson is running in a Democratic primary in the new […]
This video changed my life. It was originally posted on BizPac Review in June 2012, and since the day I saw it, I have not eaten a […]
No one can say Palm Beach County Tax Collector Anne Gannon lacks imagination. Perhaps she took the $11,000 seminar presented by the creative folks from Disney too […]
On last night’s Sean Hannity Show, liberal lawyer and Huffington Post blogger Tamara Holder ran into a human buzz saw named Michelle Malkin. The subject of the […]
I’ve saved this video since I saw it years ago. It’s about designing a stop sign by committee, but it just as easily could apply to a […]
Sometimes, the voice at the other end of the line can really make your day, sometimes it can send you right through the roof. We’ll let you […]
At the center of one of the most widely publicized public corruption cases in Palm Beach County history, Kevin McCarty’s name is one that rarely goes unrecognized […]
By George Noga
A sea change, mostly over the past half century, has taken place off all radar screens. It already exerts a profound effect on our lives and, when it reaches its culmination later this century, will forever change life on Earth as we know it.
“O wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in’t.”
In every election cycle, a new bunch of Republican candidates crop up in Palm Beach County who are either unable or unwilling to get outside their comfort zone and […]
There’s a new conservative website in town that everyone should check out. Publisher David DiCrescenzo has partnered with Starla Brown and Craig Henne to create a new […]
A recent post by Browardbeat.com’s Buddy Nevins, about the new Palm Beach County teacher union’s executive director, isn’t getting the attention it deserves in Palm Beach County. […]
By Dr. Norman Berdichevsky
Stuyvesant High School in Lower Manhattan celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2004 and is regarded as one of the finest secondary schools in the United States with an outstanding reputation for the academic and professional achievements of those who have been its students.
A 1957 survey found that Stuyvesant High School alumni accounted for more Ph.D.s earned in the United States than any other high school. Among its alumni are…