Lois Frankel, a Democratic candidate in U.S. House District 22, has made clear how she plans to win election to Congress: scare senior citizens about Medicare, even […]
Author: Kingsley Guy
Kingsley Guy's journalist career began in 1968, when he worked for The New York Times as a copy boy and secretary for the news editors. He was employed by the Sun-Sentinel for 30 years, including 23 years as the Editorial Page editor. His career at the Sun-Sentinel included reporting assignments in India, the Middle East, Russia and China. He retired from the newspaper in 2006. He currently writes for the Sun-Sentinel and other South Florida publications on a freelance basis, and is a frequent guest on local radio and television shows. He also is a lecturer for the Lifelong Learning Institute of Nova Southeastern University.
Welfare reform has been touted by Bill Clinton as one of the great achievements of his administration. But hold on a minute. GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich […]
For the better part of a century, there’s been consistency in the debate over legalized gambling in Florida: Moralists oppose it, while libertarians and big-money gambling interests […]