• A Judge rules that we'll go forward with this property appraiser run-off election, to which about three dozen people will show up for. [Local 10]
  • "Jerry Newcombe with Coral Ridge Ministries in Fort Lauderdale argues, 'Homosexuality is a sin. The Bible tells us so.' He then adds, 'research has shown children do much better in a home with a loving

    father and a loving mother.'" He also said that in accordance with Leviticus, all clothing made out of more than one fabric should be outlawed in the US Constitution, and cited some discredited study to support it. [CBS4]

  • Some "RINO" is trying to chair Miami-Dade's Republican Party, but the guy he's running against may possibly leverage the power of the position into a better elected office for himself. [Versailles Beat
  • US Sugar and the State's deal to save the Everglades is moving along nicely. [WSJ]
  • So is Charlie Crist's plan to put a temperary hault on foreclosures through the Holidays. [CNNMoney]
  • The Dolphins may have to win all five of their remaining games to find themselves in the playoffs. [PBP]
  • The Sun-Sentinel thinks they'll only win three. [Sun-Sent]
  • Meanwhile, the other football inhabitants of Dolphin Stadium sure are melancholy about screwing up last Thursday's game. [Sporting News]
  • Could you imagine a local City Commission doing something shady in regards to deciding how to fill a vacated office? That never happens. Any way, this time it involves Sunrise and their mayor. [Herald]
  • Barbara Bush is in the hospital for tests after falling ill. Get better Babs, by default you're probably our favorite Bush (behind Noelle anyway). [CNN]
  • $800 billion more in something that has something to do with the economy and other big numbers and such that makes our head hurt. [Bloomberg]
  • Here is one of those cute lists of weird laws in Miami that I have no place to put anywhere else on the blog. In Miami, it is forbidden to imitate an animal. [On A Junket]

News Roundup

--Kyle Munzenrieder

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