Broward officials have called for a review of whether the Jewish-oriented Ben Gamla charter school violates the separation of church and state. After an article that appeared in the Israeli newspaper, The Times of Israel, about Ben Gamla founder, former Democratic Congressman Peter Deutsch, appeare ... More >>
Keith London: Just say no.Once again, Hallandale Beach Commissioner Keith London found himself the lone dissenter on a vote in which the gung-ho City Commission voted, under the leadership of Mayor Joy Cooper, to spend millions on a real-estate purchase without clear plans for what the property w ... More >>
DeutschAround 100 Hallandale Beach residents who live near the Hallandale Jewish Center have signed a petition opposing the opening of a new K-8 charter school on the site. The school would be run by the Ben Gamla Charter School, which already has locations in Hollywood and Sunrise.Broward Bulldo ... More >>
Margate political powerhouse and consummate deal maker Jack Tobin, who died Tuesday at the age of 69, will be laid to rest Friday. He's remembered with near reverence by many who knew him, even those who also knew the rather unseemly nature of his long political career as a state legislator, Ma ... More >>
Let's start with some fun. Last night's Heat game against the New Jersey Nets provided a real glimpse of the kind of high-flying show this team is going to be. Dunks galore. But none was better than the one above. While the Nets watch helplessly, the towel boy can't repress his ... More >>
"As a child I wanted to be Superman," wrote Mitch Ceasar, in a column for the Huffington Post website last February. "But without a cape and alas special powers," he admits he settled for Broward County Democratic Chair.Ceasar also wanted to be a comedian, as he told NBC 6's morning news show in 200 ... More >>
She's got three kids, 650,000 constituents, and millions of watching eyes. Debbie Wasserman Schultz can't keep them all happy.
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The people don't want to attack Saddam, but our elected representatives sure do
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Democrats and Republicans, blacks and whites, have banded together for one simple reason: to stop Ken Jenne from becoming Broward's first strong mayor.