Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S.economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
One banker, we'll call him Steve, was walking out of the corporate office in Orlando recently when a protester got in his face. There were three or four Occupy protesters who spotted Steve with a couple other people wearing suits. The protesters figured they had found one percenters. "You're resp ... More >>
herrodooky.tumblr.comPresident Obama's reelection campaign released its list of 351 volunteer fundraisers who have helped him rake in the big bucks -- more than $50,000 -- with 29 of them coming from Florida and eight of them from either Broward or Palm Beach counties.None of the GOP presidential ... More >>
Flickr: apricocoYoung Circle in Hollywood; the WSG project was to wrap around the Home tower, the tallest building on the right.It appears that nobody in Hollywood government has a clear idea of where the city stands in its efforts to improve a big piece of property at the heart of downtown.At th ... More >>
Does anyone still remember 2007, when we were all spending like a bunch of drunken Scott Rothsteins? Turns out the world's biggest ship, Port Everglades-based Oasis of the Seas, is also the world's biggest floating time capsule. Construction started long before the Lehman Brothers meltdown, during a ... More >>
Rush Limbaugh granted a rare interview recently to a reporter from the London Telegraph, even giving Nigel Farndale access to his secret lair. Nigel reports that he went to a nondescript building 100 yards from the ocean that was fairly accessible and included no imperial stormtroopers:He calls it h ... More >>
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Five years ago Lee Crompton was nearly killed in a car accident. He got a fat settlement, which has been dwindling ever since.
The new king of South Florida philanthropists, Richard Bronson, built his empire on the shady side of Wall Street