Do you remember when Obama signed off on the so-called "Monsanto Protection Act" a few months back? This bit of legislation -- officially called "the Farmers Assurance Provision" -- stated that if a biotech or GMO crop has been approved but the courts then subsequently reverse that approval, the Se ... More >>
First Lady Michelle Obama will be speaking to supporters in Davie this Monday, a few hours before the third and final presidential debate takes place in Boca. Michelle is hitting up South Florida five days before early voting kicks off (October 27) and will look to rally supporters to help orga ... More >>
Republican Joe Kaufman loves the Second Amendment, and if he wants to look in the mirror and play with his gun, daggummit, that's his right. He exercised that right last November -- and shot himself in the finger, according to Gossip Extra."Don't go thinking I tried to commit suicide," he told the w ... More >>
Besen: NARTH "Peddles shame and profits from pain"WTF is it with the Marriott anyway? First the Delray Beach Marriott throws open its doors to CAIR and Geert Wilders, now West Palm's Marriott will offer a cozy welcome for this year's national NARTH conference. The National Association of Research ... More >>
flsenate.govSen. Nan RichState Senator Nan Rich has made waves with her crusade to make it illegal in Florida to have sex with animals. Not just around her Sunrise district, either. The controversy has earned Rich a future berth on Comedy Central's Daily Show.Anxious, perhaps, about being accused of ... More >>
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Celebrated by a nationwide cavalcade of hype, Barry Diller's revolutionary new WAMI-TV hits the air. The verdict? Click.