Miami-based lawyer Jeff Herman is the country's leading attorney when it comes to handling high-profile sexual abuse lawsuit. He's taken on the Archdiocese of both Miami and Denver, billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash, and now X-Men director Bryan Singer. Just two days after w ... More >>
When we ran into Geraldo Rivera broadcasting live from the Republican National Convention, we asked him what everyone wanted to know: whether he was among the nearly 6 million people who watched our recent "Girl Gets Butt Hole Tattoo" video. "Can't say that I have," he replied. "But I have plenty of ... More >>
You know things are getting bad for Anthony Weiner when even Mark Foley thinks he should step down. Foley gave his first national television interview to Fox News' Sean Hannity last night, and though it was scheduled long before Weinergate, obviously the issue popped up.
This image might not be safe for young pages. First Republicans were upset that a Democratic lawmaker displayed his passport so openly in public, and now they're upset that another Democrat dared to say the word uterus on the Florida House floor. Rep. Scott Randolph (D-Orlando) cracked a one-line ... More >>
George Alan Rekers, latest in a long line of closeted homophobes.Unless you've spent the last 48 hours holed up in a French B&B humping the homosexuality right out of your rent-a-boy, you've probably heard about Miami New Times' exposé of gay-bashing evangelist George Alan Rekers' European trys ... More >>
The Republican Party of Florida is acting like a woman scorned after Charlie Crist veered a little too far "to the left" for Tea Party activists' tastes. So they sent him packing with everything he owns in that box to the left. But everything they bought -- please, Charlie -- don't touch. That's ... More >>
The New York Times Magazine's massive piece about the Marco Rubio vs. Charlie Crist race just went online. If you've been keeping a close eye on the race, and reading our nearly obsessive coverage, there's not a lot new to learn besides some interesting color here and there. If you haven't, it's ... More >>
Riptide is more laughing at these flyers, then with them. They're pretty ridiculous. This we know for sure: Michael Gongora's name will be on the ballot for the Miami Beach runoff election for the Group III Commission seat on Nov 17th. His opponent isn't quite clear. In the three way e ... More >>
Eleven ACORN workers in Miami-Dade were arrested or are being sought for falsifying voter registration cards, which, OMG, means Barack Obama stole the election. Oh, wait. ACORN claims to have alerted the police to the suspects in the first place and that there was no effect on the election outcome. ... More >>
According to Naked Politics, Republican Attorney General Bill McCullom will officially enter the Governor's race on Monday in Orlando. McCullom spent 20 years in the US House. A career that included a number of high profile leadership and chairmen positions. He tried to run for Senate in 2000, ... More >>
"Never have I seen a law that motivates people to break the law more than this one."
Menudo has gone through more teenage boys than Sam Adams and Mark Foley combined, but what ever becomes of them once their days of Puerto Rican pop success subsides? Why, they try to get more of that sweet, sweet Puerto Rican pop success, of course. Two members of the band's late 80's/early 90's lin ... More >>
Yes, there will be a bunch of Republican Governors in town this week, but will they be able to accomplish anything? [Time] Oh sugar, sugar. A new deal with US Sugar was announced yesterday. It would put their lands in public hands and theoretically would be beneficial to the Everglade, the company a ... More >>
The cover story is conservation, but the Bush boys have their hands in the taxpayers' pockets again
In his crusade to force compliance with federal law, Martin Marcus isn't winning many friends, but he is influencing people