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    November 14, 2012

    Macy's Being Urged to Dump Donald Trump

    Apparently people are just now noticing that Donald Trump is a racist birther dipshit and have petitioned Macy's to drop him, his clothing line, his fragrance, and him altogether from those annoying commercials in which famous people are getting ready for the holidays. An online petition from SignO ... More >>

  • Blogs

    June 23, 2011

    Donald Trump Giving a Bailout to South Florida Tea Party as They Still Won't Pay the Bill​The new philosophy from the South Florida Tea Party apparently includes taking handouts and accepting bailouts.As you may know, the South Florida Tea Party has been trying to weasel its way out of paying the bill for a rally they held for Donald Trump in Boca Raton.Yesterday, Donald Trump ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 9, 2011

    And So It Begins ...

    Very soon (today, supposedly), posts will appear on this blog authored by strange names like "Lisa Rab," "Stefan Kamph," "Michael Cohen," and "Brandon K. Thorp." Well, they aren't that strange -- those of you who read the Juice blog already know the work of these fine reporters, so it won't be ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 15, 2011

    Florida's Prisoners To Be Denied Cigarettes.

    ​As our own Michael Cohen reported here, Florida's prisons shall soon be smoke-and-tobacco free! (Check out his column for the deets.) Todd Wright, writing for NBC Miami, admirably captured what must be every semi-sane person's reaction to this news, writing:Violence inside state prisons might go ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 23, 2010

    Febonio Murder Update: Alfaro Ditches Public Defender, Hires Lauderdale Criminal Attorney

    Gearing up for some courtroom drama in the Febonio murder case​It looks like the murder trial of Jose Alfaro, charged with the premeditated, first-degree murder of his friend Steve Febonio, is gearing up to be a cliff-hanger. This month, state prosecutors told West Palm Beach Judge Amy Smith that ... More >>

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    August 19, 2004