How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce became the greatest (bumbling) enemy of America.
As Walter Cronkite once said: "Well, that debate was one flaming pile of rancid cat shit."*For those of you who didn't suffer through last night's 90-minute cojone-eating contest between Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama, here's your 10-second summary:Romney wonObama lostRomney snorted Ronald R ... More >>
Newt Gingrich is all but certain to lose today's Florida Primary, but he's not going out without a fight. In a last-ditch effort to secure the Jewish vote, Gingrich's campaign is running Robocalls in Florida claiming that as governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney literally took Kosher food out of ... More >>
Is Alex Sink chewing on a bushel of sour grapes following her loss to Rick Scott or is she accurately hitting on some of the political and messaging failures of the Obama White House and the Democratic party in general? In an article on Politico this weekend, Sink lays some of the blame for her loss ... More >>
Rick Scott under oathIt wasn't exactly a proud moment for our country when then President Bill Clinton famously quipped "It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is," while under sworn testimony. If you look back at that episode and cringe, you'll probably be in horror watching video of Ri ... More >>
Democrat Kendrick Meek may drop out of the senate race giving a independent Charlie Crist an big boost in his chances of defeating conservative Republican Marco Rubio, according to an explosive new report from The Wall Street Journal. Whoa, but is the candidate who just yesterday refused to share an ... More >>
A cop left Eric Brody brain damaged 11 years ago. His family still hasn't received a penny of compensation.
Jackson's mental health unit fails Miami.
The Republican brothers are headed for defeat, and Cuban-American politics will change forever.
Watch out where you walk in Miami
Steve Clark teaches criminal law in Miami. He's an expert.
How to campaign in the new House District 25? There's always Cuba.
The politics of AIDS funding in black Miami
Alvarez Guedes: A Jewish existentialist philosopher trapped in a Cuban mind
For decades Estrella Rubio has been a street-level general in el exilio's army. But her style of leadership, along with her health, is now fading fast.
Edward Wasserman, departing editor in chief of the Daily Business Review, ruminates on public corruption, ethnic politics, and the Miami Herald
Alvaro Fernandez takes on Bruno Barreiro, his friends, and all their money. Ask him if he's worried.
Sandra Luckow thought the time was right for a documentary about Operation Pedro Pan. Boy was she wrong.
Miami-Dade's Democratic Party is a shambles. Blame Joe Geller, candidate and chairman.
Brothers to the Rescue
Miami's Sun Gym gang developed a taste for blood and money. The police could have stopped them before they killed somebody. But they didn't.
They were local bodybuilders with a penchant for steroids, strippers, and quick cash. And they became expert in the use of a peculiar motivational tool: Torture.
They're poor, black, and HIV-positive. Their product? The AIDS medications intended to cure them.
In five years PBA boss John Rivera has transformed his police union into a major political force
The disgraced former Miami Beach mayor comes out swinging at his former friends and associates
For more than fifteen years, master Castro imitator Armando Roblan has been sending up El Tirano
Radio journalist Emilio Milian's persistent denunciations of Miami's exile terrorists almost cost him his life in 1976. Now he's fighting for his career.
In the battle against AIDS, some people say shouting is more effective than talking. And if you don't agree, watch out!
He allegedly fondled and caressed patients against their will. AIDS patients. No wonder he is known as Doctor Scumbag.
Former Miami airline executive Ricardo Samitier, Sr. (not his penis-enlarging son, Ricardo, Jr.) was the would-be mad bomber who rattled the Washington Post
Here's a new idea: Haitian babies born at the Guantanamo Naval Station should be considered U.S. citizens