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Rick Scott Welcomes Janet Napolitano to Florida By Complaining About MIA "Chaos"

7 years ago by Michael E. Miller
Rick Scott has balls. Giant, hairless, Republican balls. Remember when he told a crowd of black legislators that he understood them because he "grew up in the same situation as you guys" and also "started school in public housing"?Well, our state governor has done it again by inviting Homeland Security...
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FIU Students Plan a Trump Walkout Wednesday

3 years ago by Jerry Iannelli
Over the weekend, a Columbia University professor from Turkey, N. Turkuler Isiksel, shared his best advice for fighting Donald Trump if his administration turns toward autocracy. "Protest early and often," wrote Isikel, who lived through the rise of the democratically elected strongman Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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News Roundup

10 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
LocalOnce-great writer visits once-great newsroom. [Herald]The death of two infants in March at Miami Children's Hospital is being blamed on bad plumbing that spread a virus. [NBCMiami]More poll numbers confirm what everyone knows: There is a snowball's chance in Hell that Marco Rubio is going to win the primary. [NakedPolitics]$15K...
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Huong's Immigration Mural: Turning Government Policies and U.S. Ancestry into Art

8 years ago by Miami New Times staff
The Peace Mural Foundation will inaugurate Vietnamese artist Huong's Immigration Mural at the Miami Art Palace January 14. Huong, a Vietnam War survivor, is striving for one thing through her art: Peace. The mural was inspired by the fact that the United States of America is a multicultural nation that...
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Hugo Chavez Releases Exercise Video

8 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
It's the hottest aerobics video starring a communist-sympathizer since The Jane Fonda Workout.It's the craze sweeping hoards of South Americans looking to drop a few kilograms in time for summer.It's the latest sign that Venezuela's president is further sinking into some sort of out-of-touch Kim Jong Il-styled insanity.It's the Hugo...
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Florida Republican Congressman Wants to Investigate Rep. Weiner's Alleged Bulge Picture

8 years ago by Kyle Munzenrieder
Republican Congressman Cliff Stearns of Ocala is very interested in his Democratic colleague Anthony Weiner's alleged bulge pictures. More specifically, he's interested in making sure that members of congress are safe from cyber attacks and hacking. Stearns was on Bill O'Reilly last night and said, "The United States has a...
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Illegal Immigrant Crackdown

10 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Illegal Immigrant Crackdown
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Homeland Security, No!

11 years ago by Michael Lacey
Aware that J.D. Hayworth was poised to run against her, Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano took a page from the anti-immigrant playbook and deployed the National Guard to Arizona's border with Mexico. Consorting with anti-immigrant enforcers, indulging rank opportunism, and adhering to failed policies seem an unlikely recipe for change we...
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Five in Homestead Fasting In Hopes of Forcing Obama to Halt Deportations

10 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Thanks to crotch bombers and death panels, immigration reform hasn't been the topic du jour in the Beltway since Obama took office. But that could change thanks to an ongoing fast by five activists in Homestead. The protest, which aims to stop all deportations of immigrants with families in America,...
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Giant Guatemala Sinkhole Still Open; Temporary Protected Status In Limbo

9 years ago by Erik Maza
In May, a tropical storm and a volcano eruption devastated Guatemala, leaving hundreds dead, and a giant sinkhole that swallowed a three-story building in the heart of the capital city. In response to the natural disasters, its government asked the United States to extend Temporary Protected Status, a special temporary...

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