So last night didn't exactly go as planned. Thanks to some Globetrotter gymnastics on the part of Tony Parker, San Antonio took the lead in the NBA finals 1-0. Something certainly kick-started the old-ass Spurs on the court. It might have just been the fact that they were playing for all the marbles ... More >>
By Penn BullockWas Bain Capital, the company that presidential candidate Mitt Romney started, built with pivotal help from covert Iran-contra operatives? New information uncovered by Miami New Times raises the possibility. The story starts in 1984, when Romney solicited startup money for Bain at a ... More >>
Does Mayor Jim Naugle still know Fort Lauderdale?
Richard Pachter writes in the Miami Herald of the cold truth in the business of writing books: It is truly a business. This is nothing new, but Pachter, as part of the newspaper's coverage of the Miami Book Fair, does an excellent job fleshing out the hardships of writers who wind up having to shill ... More >>
Columnist repents, vows to stop killing Christian fundamentalists
The folks who are "reclaiming America for Christ" are pushing an agenda for a Taliban-like state where Scripture is law
Why would a man sullied by Iran-contra and illegal propaganda campaigns be a Bush nominee? Good question.
The saga of would-be liberal crusader and ex-con James "Elmo" Spaulding proves that anyone can get a second chance in America. And a third. And maybe even a fourth.
Wisecracking Democrats in Tallahassee were steamrollered during the presidential contest. But they didn't take it lying down.
Letters for August 24, 2000