I suspect a Democratic or Republican leader may tell us that “Uncle Sam Needs Your Help Again” before I leave this planet. And, chances are, many Americans will support that war.
In an excerpt from her unfinished, unpublished memoir, Ruth Carter-Lynch discusses the time of Martin Luther King Jr. and fellow Civil Rights leaders.
Steve Schneider interviewed Debbi Hixon on her first run for office on the Broward County School Board. Debbi lost her husband, Chris, in the Parkland school shooting, Valentine’s Day 2018.
Delusion is the new coronavirus strategy of the Executive that has hired an evangelical movement to the task. It’s a good thing this is just satire.
While ordinary Americans are grappling with the coronavirus, Trump’s bone spur is what is preoccupying the government. Well, for now this is only satire.
Broward County in Florida has vote counting challenges. Finding a Broward Supervisor of Elections who can bring back confidence has also been difficult.
Democracy Counts is a nonpartisan hi-tech startup that has developed election watchdog apps which it will share with volunteer election auditors in 2020.
Attorneys for 17 Florida residents argue they can register to vote after they finish their prison sentence, and complete parole or probation. Not so, says the Republican governor.
Members of the Florida clan of the Trump political dynasty insist Amendment 4 backers lied to get voters to approve restoring voting rights for many former felons who complete the terms of their sentences.
Governor signs a 2019 law, which was passed in a party-line vote by the Republican-controlled state Legislature. It requires returning citizens to pay all fees, fines and restitution ordered by a judge before they can register to vote.