A Tribute Fit For A Kling
On Sunday, Kling was paid a special tribute in Sunrise. The Broward County VA Outpatient Clinic, at 9800 W. Commercial Boulevard, was re-named in his memory.
Wed May 15, 2013
Debbie Wasserman Schultz shares hair secrets
Fla., used Twitter to reveal what she uses to keep her curly mane perky. For those curious, she starts with Curls Rock Curl Amplifier Creme or Miss Jessie's Curly Pudding.
Tue May 14, 2013
Celebs who have had mastectomies
Angelina Jolie shocked many with news of her double mastectomy. But she's not the only celebrity who's undergone such procedures following a breast cancer diagnosis or, like Jolie, to possibly avoid one.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Orlando Sentinel
Lawmakers seek money for local projects via 'dark marks'
When Congress banned "earmarks" in 2011, House Speaker John Boehner hailed the move as proof that lawmakers were "dead serious" about outlawing pet projects and "ending business as usual in Washington." But new documents show that the ban - while still in effect - has done little to curb the appetite of Florida legislators looking to steer millions ... (more)
New York Magazine
Laundry Nearly Broke Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz
DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz speaks during a Grassroots Event with President Barack Obama at Bank United Center on October 11, 2012 in Miami, Florida.
Alabama Democratic Party Broke, Faces Eviction for Not Paying Rent
Apparently spending money you don't have doesn't work too well when you can't just print your own money.
Rep. Honda Lands Key Endorsements
Congressman Mike Honda landed new endorsements this month in his re-election bid.
Thu May 09, 2013
DWS wants you to sign Mother's Day card for Michelle Obama
During the election, the party stretched the bounds of taste with a fundraising campaign that encouraged engaged couples to add a donation to the Obama campaign to their gift registry.
St. Augustine Record
Fla. Supreme Court asked to end political brawl
A months-long and tangled legal battle over political deal-making is headed to the Florida Supreme Court on Thursday.
The Orlando Sentinel
State high court to hear redistricting arguments
For more than a year, a quietly simmering legal battle over the partisan intentions of Florida's Legislature and Fair Districts backers has been playing out in court filings and evidence-gathering. At 9 a.m. today, the fight returns to the Florida Supreme Court which approved the map last year.
Wed May 08, 2013
Meet the Women of Jewish American History Month
May, I recently found out, is Jewish American Heritage Month . I don't know how the existence of JAHM eluded me until now; it was first proclaimed by President George W. Bush back in 2006.
Mon May 06, 2013
Beyonce: Backlash from Cuba trip 'quite shocking'
Pop icon Beyonce called the amount of criticism she and husband Jay-Z faced for their vacation in Cuba "shocking" in an interview that aired Monday.
Jason Collins, Michelle Obama to headline fundraiser
Jason Collins, the NBA player who came out as gay last week, will headline a Democratic fundraiser with first lady Michelle Obama.
Sun May 05, 2013
Daytona Beach News-Journal Online
Medicaid rejection by Legislature affects thousands locally Florida...
Florida lawmakers took on a slate of big issues during the 2013 legislative session and passed some high-profile bills, but one decision threatened to overshadow everything and roil state politics for the foreseeable future: Rejecting expanded health insurance coverage for the poor.
Sat May 04, 2013
St. Augustine Record
Scott wins OK of priorities after fight
Florida Gov. Rick Scott came into his third legislative session as governor with a very short list of things he wanted to accomplish.
Myrtle Beach Online
S.C. Democrats elect first black party chairman
State Democrats elected the Orangeburg native and attorney as their new chairman Saturday in an uncontested race.
Fri May 03, 2013
Florida Legislative Session Ends Without Deal On Medicaid Expansion
Gainesville, FL, United States - The question of whether Florida would expand its Medicaid program to cover more low-income people has been answered, and it's a "no" at least for now.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Island Packet
Independence hard with support like that
Will the real Elizabeth Colbert Busch please stand up? I am confused. Who is the real Busch? In TV ads she presents herself to be a hard-working, independent business woman who is a staunch supporter of business and whose main interest is to bring jobs to South Carolina and clean up the mess in Washington.
The Miami Herald
Liberal group sought to protect DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman...
A liberal group involved in a lawsuit to make Florida's congressional districts less partisan engaged in its own partisan efforts by drawing Democratic-heavy Hispanic seats or trying to "scoop" Jewish voters into a district for U.S. Rep.
Sunshine State News
Democrats' Stunt No Triumph for Democracy
Last week's five hours of debate on the House insurance plan apparently wasn't enough democracy for the Democrats.