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Broward County: Commission approves study that would look...

I wonder if Stacy Ritter wants to run the jails before she ends up in them...  (Jun 24, 2009 | post #33)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

South Florida radio icon Neil Rogers calls it quits, retires

There were times that Neil offended me. But on the whole he was the most entertaining broadcaster this town has ever seen.  (Jun 23, 2009 | post #279)

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Marlins fall to Rays 10-3

This team is not performing to its ability. Last nights game was a total disgrace. Gonzalez, even though he was not managing last night, probably has lost control and needs to be replaced.  (May 24, 2009 | post #25)

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Chrysler deals: Liquidating dealers offer bargains throug...

Right wing anti-union fanaticism on display. I suppose you have the same opinions about union-built BMWs and Mercedes, or is it only cars made by your fellow Americans that you detest.  (May 21, 2009 | post #42)

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Florida retirement pay: Florida public officials double d...

I find it astonishing that the Legislature has just discovered DROP. They created it and people have made decisions to remain in public employment because of DROP. It cannot be "turned off" as this Republican politician is proposing.  (Apr 24, 2009 | post #140)

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Riviera Beach's ban on saggy pants ruled unconstitutional

The plumbers in Riviera Beach must be relieved.  (Apr 22, 2009 | post #11)

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Gov. Charlie Crist's public planner shows a lot of blank ...

This is a shock? Unless the legislature is in session, there is not much for him to be doing. Governor Chiles was dead for half a day before his security detail even realized they hadn't heard from him in a while.  (Apr 17, 2009 | post #52)

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Stolen Nazi art: Boynton Beach man, family getting painti...

Why has the state of California fought this for twenty years? If property is stolen then good title can never be transferred.  (Apr 9, 2009 | post #2)

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Lieutenant Governor Jeff Kottkamp: Records don't support ...

Why do we need a lieutenant governor anyway? In fact we did not used to have one. If the governor should resign or die or become incapacitated let the Senate President become governor.  (Apr 5, 2009 | post #87)

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Turnpike slayings: Jury votes for federal death penalty i...

Not a surprising decision. It is the type of crime for which the death penalty may be appropriate.  (Mar 31, 2009 | post #59)

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Chaplain at Hospice by the Sea in Boca Raton resigns over...

Working in a hospice has got to be one of the most difficult jobs a person can do. It would not surprise me that the effect on some is to drive them away from religion and on others just the opposite. The ones who will take comfort from an invocation of God in their work may well need and appreciate the words in times of personal pain. The non-believers are not being proselytized in contrast. Belief in God by others is not an attack on them. They can listen quietly, respectfully and skeptically.  (Mar 18, 2009 | post #25)

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Sunshine laws make courts an open book

So basically this article is about the Public Records Act. Along with a companion piece of legislation requiring governmental meetings to be noticed to the public Florida became a national leader in the movement towards public accountability by state and local government. These remarkable laws are used by lawyers, reporters, and ordinary citizens . However rather than write an article about these laws, the reporter writes about Casey Anthony. What editor decided these laws deserved to be dragged into the tabloid swamp along with the rest of what passes for journalism these days?  (Mar 15, 2009 | post #7)

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Eugene Heinrich, trial attorney in Fort Lauderdale, dies

Working for Gene was an incredible experience. Gene was the kind of guy who "would spend thirty minutes telling you why he didn't have time to stop and say hello" as one judge explained to me. It is too bad there is not a hall of fame somewhere for lawyers letters to clients. Gene's would be in there front and center. They were long and rambling but still pointed and by the time you finished reading one, you knew exactly what the strengths and weaknesses of the case were, and what Gene expected to do about it. He usually did, but all trial lawyers lose cases, and when Gene occasionally lost he was truly despondent. It wasn't that he had lost; it was that his client had lost. He saw them as part of his family and he grieved for them.  (Mar 13, 2009 | post #1)

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Democrats plan to answer Rush Limbaugh near his Palm Beac...

Limbaugh is syndicated by Clear Channel Radio, through its syndication subsidiary, Premiere Radio Networks. Clear Channel pays him about $50 million annually. Clear Channel itsself can be the subject of advertiser boycotts which given the present economic mess we are in may work to Rush's disadvantage- the only way someone like Limbaugh can be paid like he is turns on long term high rate contracts which make less and less sense in this environment. Dumping the contracts can be blamed on a like of willingness to be associated with his oft racist messages branded as entertainment.  (Mar 6, 2009 | post #89)

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