How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce became the greatest (bumbling) enemy of America.
She demanded answers. And she got them. And she's still not satisfied. Pissed about "the highly publicized trip by U.S. musicians Beyoncé Knowles-Carter (Beyoncé) and Shawn Carter (Jay-Z) to Cuba," South Floridian member of the U.S. Congress Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) bashed the Carters for spending ... More >>
For decades Cuban-Americans have been one of the Republican party's most reliable bases in Florida. Well, maybe not anymore. Some exit poll analysis suggests that Barack Obama actually outperformed Mitt Romney among Cubans in Florida. While others don't show him quite pulling off that historic demog ... More >>
Poor Rep. Connie Mack IV. He's trying his damnedest to turn the fact that he shares his name with his ex-senator dad into a Senate career of his own, but the latest polls show him trailing boring old incumbent Bill Nelson by anywhere from 5 to 8 points (a practical landslide for Florida's deeply div ... More >>
When Alan Lara touched down in American Samoa, he was looking for a fresh start. Bluesky Communications, a subsidiary of Miami-based eLandia, had agreed to pay the Mexican engineer and his fiancée to move to the tiny U.S. territory from their home in Guatemala. But months later Lara was abruptly fi ... More >>
Dr. Rudy Moise is as colorful a character as you'll ever find in a congressional race. The millionaire physician has bankrolled B-movies to cast himself as the star and was accused of inserting his face into a memorial statue of Haitian soldiers that he'd paid for. There's also a very real chance he ... More >>
Marco Rubio finally stepped off the sidelines of the GOP primary last night, backing Mitt Romney for president in an interview on Fox News. While the endorsement isn't all that surprising, Rubio's timing sparks a key question: Is he backing Romney because it's clear Mitt will hold off the competi ... More >>
Sure, the Tea Party may be economically illiterate and prone to asking stupid questions of important people, but if its pols are booted out of office in 2012, it won't be because of poor communication. Those online commenters are really on their collective game. They hunt in packs, like wolves, o ... More >>
When Alan Grayson, a hot liberal mess of a congressman, was defeated last fall, we thought it would be a long time before Florida saw a politician quite as loud and un-apologetically boisterous. Of course, that was the same night Floridians in a different district elected Allen West. Alan and All ... More >>
Schapiro Group data wasn't questioned by mainstream media.
Unlike their Cuban neighbors, Haitians are once again subject to deportation -- at least those with criminal records.They are all but nameless, at least for now. Of the 27 Haitians deported to Port-au-Prince late last month by the Obama administration, only one's name has been publicly released - ... More >>
For the past seven years David Rivera, a Republican state legislator now running for congress in district 25, has filed sworn documents claiming that besides his salary from the state his main source of income has been from U.S. Agency for International Development. Well, The Miami Herald contact ... More >>
Just days after The Wall Street Journal was floating severely under-sourced rumors that Kendrick Meek may be forced out of the senate race by his own party, President Obama has recorded a strongly worded radio ad for the Democratic candidate. It may be a little late in the game, but it should put ... 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 >>
kendrickmeek.comMeek on Election DayKendrick Meek will not miss Jeff Greene. Like that guy at your party who shows up uninvited, plays Kelly Clarkson so loud the cops come, and then bolts before you're handed a noise violation, Greene has been a major headache.But Meek will miss Greene's money. T ... More >>
The newly released 7-month-old photo.Over the past year, Riptide has established itself as the global leader in Fidel Castro death- measurement technology. Give us a newly released propaganda photo of El Super Supremo, and our lab-coated head scientist, who looks like Jeff Goldblum, ... More >>
The owners of Florida's NASCAR-hosting speedways prefer Charlie Crist to Kendrick Meek and Marco. RubioNews that Rep. Kendrick Meek is sponsoring NASCAR driver Mike Wallace's car in this weekend's Daytona 500, as well as being part of Wallace's pit crew, had Banana Republican scratching his peel. ... More >>
It's too late to stop the pythons. The real question is, what's next?
Zoophiles love and have sex with animals. Will the world ever accept them?
If you believe Nilo Juri, the eye of Hurricane Ballot Cheat, it could get ugly.
Watch for Frank Rollason to emerge from the slime
He may be lewd and crude, but this young mogul is doing pretty well -- so far
Cuba after Castro? Don't be left out!
Why Mitch Maidique and Armando Codina hate Amendment 11
It was sweet and sour, and above all it was short
If the customs and legends of Loop Road seem strange, you probably don't live there
A new survey of Cubans finds that Radio Mart''s island audience is shrinking by the day
Marleine Bastien -- activist, social worker, songwriter, mother -- is helping to lead the resurgence of South Florida's Haitian political agenda
Before the Nazis amputated her arm, Sara Fershko was a concert violinist. Today she's struggling to pay her medical bills
Impoverished and imperiled, Cuba's independent journalists stubbornly cling to the notion of a free press
When Cable-TAP told them to cover their asses, the Alliance Film and Video Project called the ACLU in instead
Raul Martinez is facing ten years in prison for public corruption. Hialeah voters want him to be their mayor anyway. What a town!
Miami's black community finally gets an honest shot at the county commission, and the scramble among candidates is on
To those who lost mobile homes to Andrew, Miami's resident town-planning visionary offers an intriguing, low-cost alternative