E. Howard Hunt was a key political figure during the 1950s and 60s. He graduated from Brown University, served in WWII and joined the CIA in 1949. Stationed in Mexico City, he supervised conservative William F. Buckley. In Guatemala, he helped overthrow the government, partly by airing radio broadca ... More >>
In cities like New York and L.A., half of the restaurant staff are looking to make it big. Whether it be in acting, modeling, journalism, or whatever other field, the restaurant biz is ideal for those looking to book auditions or interviews during the day. Ceviche general manager John Brewer knows ... More >>
Last week, the Washington Post published its exposé on how Sen. Marco Rubio "embellished" his family history, and after a few days, no one's really sure what the hell happened there.The Post validates the reasoning behind the article correcting Rubio's family history -- which involves dates befo ... More >>
Read the first installment of the Allen West interview here.New Times: Let's talk about the Ryan budget [introduced by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisconsin)], which you supported in the House. [This proposal was passed by the House and at presstime was awaiting a vote in the Senate, although House leader ... More >>
Here's the score in America; if you've ever "waged a violent campaign" against a communist leader, then you're a "cold-war veteran" and totally not a terrorist. And if you've publicly admitted that you "organized a wave of bombings" in that communist country, that's cool; just don't lie to a judg ... More >>
And hello again. Why Broward-Palm Beach immigrant groups are tired of the endless Castro drama.
De Niro takes a loooong, sloooow look at the history of the CIA
An Iran-Contra conspirator joins the Swift Boat crowd. It was bound to happen.
Two plays tackle life when home is yanked away
Poor man's son Franky Perez refrains from "la vida loca"
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.