Marco Rubio hates The Gays. Well, he doesn't hate them as much as he doesn't want them getting married to each other, or being able to fight off workplace discrimination, or adopting children, and pretty much getting any other right nongays get across the board. So, Rubez was a natural choice to ga ... More >>
Fire Ant tries to be charitable in assessing the Tea Party. Confused, fearful people in a confusing, frightening age, they're mere pawns in the games of the rich and powerful. But when organized stupidity denies medical care to people in need, stupidity must be called to account. Take the Palm Bea ... More >>
Friends in the Palm Beach Chapter of the ACLU recently asked us if we had any suggestions whom they might grace with its 2013 Harriette Glasner Freedom Award, "for a Palm Beach County resident whose life and work embodies the values and ideals of the Constitution and the ACLU." When do we ... More >>
"Who controls the past controls the future." So taught The Party, the totalitarians who ruled Oceania in George Orwell's 1984. It's a lesson now put into practice by the Florida House of Representatives and the Archdiocese of Miami, both of them pushing a twisted version of American history in sup ... More >>
wix.comThe Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen mosque in Margate‚ÄčIf you happen to be in Margate tomorrow night, be on the lookout for a few of South Florida's more religulous outside the Masjid Jamaat Al-Mumineen mosque.The protest comes in response to the arrest of 24-year-old Izhar Khan -- the mosque's im ... More >>
Three South Floridians made uncommon waves with their opinions on don't ask, don't tell this week. One worried about the military worrying about sex, one decided that male Lady Gaga fans must be gay (which is true, actually), and one worried about the free speech of chaplains. 1. Allen West Wants th ... More >>
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A critique of Kanye, 50, and the whole hip-hop circus
Woody Allen's second straight English excursion is a failed return to comedy.
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A well-known photograph resurfaces in Boca
The art -- and the fun -- is in the hats, handbags, and gloves
What? You expected team loyalty?
You weren't duped for a teeny-tiny minute?
The folks who are "reclaiming America for Christ" are pushing an agenda for a Taliban-like state where Scripture is law
A hero from Africa makes the local scene
Opportunists make a fortune supplying guerrillas and terrorists from South Florida gun shops
Leaving half-baked cities in its wake
Outraged New Times readers and a Fort Lauderdale office skirmish are only part of the equation
The process for restoring the civil rights of felons in Florida works perfectly -- if not restoring their rights is the goal
The biggest, baddest bloviators in town match witlessness in our Columnist Poetry Slam
Riding shotgun with Broward County's tiny but angry peace movement
South Florida reps push for war. But who are they pushing for?
Plumbing the depths of the Christian Taliban
Out front on Michael Newdow's story, we become a target
In Frailty, it's a Texas massacre with God's blessings
Donald Miller has rewritten one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
In seemingly perfect Weston, an unofficial Website stirs up trouble
Two Stuart men find a novel way to exact revenge on the notorious Saudi: Take him to court.