Political savvy: A powerful weapon in horse slaughter fight

Victoria McCullough may have been born with a silver spoon, but she prefers a pitchfork and boots. The only child of the late Rexford Davis, founder of […]

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Liberal Lake Worth on the mend after electing Republican mayor

Hell froze over in Lake Worth, Fla., in November 2011. The uber-liberal central Palm Beach County city – best known for its fringe population of self-described anarchists […]

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‘Eyeball wars’ winding down, thanks to legislation

After years of blind discord, optometrists and ophthalmologists may finally see eye-to-eye on a bill set to become law on July 1. For decades, optometrists have been […]

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Politics is war: A battle rages in Wellington

In the tony village of Wellington, where couth is king, the battle over a proposed $80 million equestrian complex has devolved into a vitriolic smear campaign against […]

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Mary McCarty: ‘I don’t call them, they call me’

Political pundits take heed: One-time political powerbroker Mary McCarty will never again seek elected office.  And she doesn’t want to be a lobbyist, either. “When you violate the public’s […]

Marc Kahlberg, fighting terrorism in Israel, and the U.S.

Marc Kahlberg has seen the ugly side of humanity more times than he cares to recall. The painful and gory memories of human carnage are not left […]

Hal Valeche would bring business acumen to County Commission

While many of his generation tried to avoid the Vietnam War draft, Valeche (pronounced Val-a-shay) offered himself up. During his four years on the Palm Beach Gardens City […]