Twenty Palm Beach County young-professional organizations have come together to host a pretty impressive roster of local and state political candidates for a free evening of schmoozing and stumping tonight in West Palm Beach.It's probably worth stopping by if you're interested in politics, as long a ... More >>
Rep. Allen Bernard WestOn a scale of one to ten, the Florida Tenth Amendment Center says Rep. Allen West deserves zero special treatment in the redistricting process.As we've been covering, the Broward GOP has been fighting hard against the redistricting proposals, asking that its supporters help ... More >>
FlickrWest speaking at the opening of his Deerfield campaign office, which is actually in his district.For a man with an Army background, Allen West seems to have a hard time reading a map. The candidate in the 22nd Congressional District that spans coastal Broward and Palm Beach counties will be ... More >>
Lucius Gantt is a black columnist and politico whose stock-in-trade has been old-school polemics and an abiding distrust of the white-dominated power structure. For more than 30 years, he's been writing his often vitriolic and sometimes outrageous opinion, and it has won him praise from fellow journ ... More >>
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