City of Miami residents won't be given much of a choice when it comes to exercising their right to democracy during the November 5th mayoral elections. Despite an early fund-raising lead, commissioner Francis Suarez dropped out due to some minor campaign hickups and his wife's pregnancy, leaving the ... More >>
Carme Chacón, one of Spain's most high-profile female politicians, threw the country's capital a curveball today by announcing that she will be giving up her parliamentary seat to come teach for a year at Miami-Dade College of all places. Chacón served as Spain's Minister of Defense from 2008 to ... More >>
If Fox News anchors are right (they're not) and Barack Obama is secretly a socialist (he isn't), the president sure is doing a pretty shitty job spreading his collectivist creed in the Sunshine State. On Friday, for instance, Florida's Secretary of State informed the Socialist Workers Party that it ... More >>
In her bid against District 2 incumbant Marc Sarnoff, Socialist Workers Party candidate Ellen Brickley has some catching up to do financially. According to a report filed by her campaign treasurer, the insurgent has so far raised a total of $135, plus $65 in loans. After paying the $100 filing fee, ... More >>
Mi nombre es Róger Calero and yes, I will tax the rich by 100 percent!
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