With Miami's primary elections rolling in on August 14, Banana Republican decided to do Dade a solid by tallying up the worst scalawags, scoundrels, and scumbags who weaseled onto the ballot. Rock the vote, long live democracy, and all that jazz.But honestly, we'd rather you stay at home and watch D ... More >>
First Lady Michelle Obama is stopping into town tomorrow, and will be speaking to supporters of her husband's reelection campaign at Barbara Goleman Senior High in Miami Lakes. However, two members of the Miami-Dade School Board, both registered Republicans, are taking issues with the event."Don't t ... More >>
Warning to anyone who wants to believe MSNBC reporter Carlos Watson's recent profile of Marco Rubio, in which the former House Speaker is praised as the "GOP's Barack Obama": It's a trap! Watson, a Miami native, proclaims, "He's young. He's attractive. He easily c ... More >>
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That thoughtful Diaz de la Portilla boy has found a way to help out voters. What a guy!
As the state slams Miami High for poor sportsmanship, principal Victor Lopez dodges blame
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Perhaps when Dade school board members pay the rent but live elsewhere
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