Jeb! Bush is speaking in Texas on Wednesday. Hillary Clinton is also slated to speak in Texas on Wednesday at a different event. Also in Texas on Wednesday: 2016 Presidential Hopeful Speculation!
Welcome to another post in our Allen West Fact Party series, in which we take claims made by the District 22 Republican and attempt to figure out whether they have a basis in reality. In case you were wondering, they usually don't.President Obama came to South Florida on Tuesday, giving Congressm ... More >>
Yesterday, the God of Speed Freak Metal, Dave Mustaine, sounded like he was endorsing Rick Santorum for President. Now, quicker than Mustaine can tap the Locrain scale off of a fretboard, he has taken it back. Rest assured Republicans, even though Demon Dave isn't officially endorsing Santorum, h ... More >>
My Pet Goat is apparently that good.When George W. Bush reads from his memoir at the Miami Book Fair Int'l on November 14, it will not be his Floridian literary debut. So profound is George W.'s love of literature that he actually took time during his presidency to take part in a reading in Flori ... More >>
Photo courtesy Official White House PhotostreamSotomayor and ObamaDuring the 2000 presidential campaign, Gov. George W. Bush vowed that if elected, he would nominate a Hispanic Supreme Court Justice. It certainly didn't hurt his popularity in Florida's Latin American community, and that was a race c ... More >>
If you have children, and you'd like to exploit those children for your political gains, and if you have the money to rent those children prison uniforms, you should totally bring them to downtown West Palm Beach on Wednesday. That's when people protesting government spending will bring 20-30 childr ... More >>
Miami Book Fair International gets graphic
Oliver Stone assigns motive to Dubya's M.O., but at this point, who cares?
Except maybe the censors.
There are many things to report today, though not many of them could be properly classified as "news." More like "stills." As in, the Sun-Sentinel is still scared to print the names of teenagers in their stories and mysterious white powder is still popping up in public places. That first one, thou ... More >>
Yeah, he's boring but ... Eight work days with no Pulp. Came back to 1,200 spam messages. Spent the week with family, eating, drinking, trying to be merry, watching football, and dealing with the deaths of Gerald Ford and Saddam Hussein (ah, to be truthful, neither one had much affect on me). I didn ... More >>
So I got an e-mail from a friend a few days ago. The friend links the Pulp on his site and seems one of his visitors had a big problem with a recent post about the situation in Lebanon. The friend, who is Jewish, sent along the e-mail he received, which read: "Sir, I am deeply disappointed that yo ... More >>
Dozier, center, with Crist On the Steve Kane Show this morning, Rev. O'Neal Dozier, a black pastor who has advised President George W. Bush at the White House and is a political appointee of Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, went off on Islam. Talking about his efforts to keep a mosque from being built in Po ... More >>
Ridge gives us the terror talk
It's time more journalists were called on the carpet for bad judgment
Gunner Palace shows what the news doesn't
The sound of restlessness
It's All About Sex!
Impeach the president? Yes. A well-documented case ties him to Abu Ghraib.
Silver City plants a shrub where it wants to dig up a Bush
Michael Moore goes Bushwhacking in Fahrenheit 9/11
Gov. Bush's Scripps gamble is sucking up state funds -- and the Everglades with it
A time line chronicling the rise of the first Jewish president
Tugging W's effigy through America's Venice draws major league weirdness
The folks who are "reclaiming America for Christ" are pushing an agenda for a Taliban-like state where Scripture is law
A pair of filmmakers dredges up all the rage and frustration of Election 2000
This Column's No Disgrace
Outraged New Times readers and a Fort Lauderdale office skirmish are only part of the equation
At the Winter Music Conference, P. Diddy blows up dance music while the U.S. blows up Iraq
Bush's war has sent the Democratic Party scurrying for cover
Riding shotgun with Broward County's tiny but angry peace movement
The people don't want to attack Saddam, but our elected representatives sure do
You might not know Juan Xuna from Xanadu, but he should be your next congressman
South Florida reps push for war. But who are they pushing for?
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
Letters for November 30, 2000
Team Bush loses its case-and loses sight of Dubya's so-called principles-in a Miami court
Letters for November 9, 2000