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Newsweek wimps out

Here are the International covers for this week’s Newsweek. Notice that the U.S cover is somewhat different. Once again mainstream media wimps out. If Newsweek…

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We need a condiment with values

Got this in my morning email. It’s a YouTube video from payattention.org. Their motto: “If you’re not voting, then who are you electing?” Check it…

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Tell us something new

Research 2000 recently conducted a survey testing whether progressive or conservative talk radio shows are more open to callers with dissenting points of view. None…

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Florida Sec. of State questions Sarasota vote

Florida’s Secretary of State Sue Cobb wants the Florida Supreme Court to rule whether a Sarasota referendum requiring a paper trail for all voting is…

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Housing slipping in South Florida

South Florida Sun Sentinel: Housing prices are dropping almost as fast as the gas prices in Palm and Broward counties – dropping 6 percent. Read…

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St. Joe sells off 4000 acres

Miami Herald: St. Joe Co. – the state’s largest private land owner and the company behind much of the development in Walton and Bay counties…

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RB Buzz: Lee wants county job

There are consistent rumblings from Pensacola Beach that Santa Rosa Island Authority Buck Lee has been lobbying Escambia County Commissioners to abolish the SRIA and…

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More Swiftboating in Florida elections

  Remember the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth – the “independent” politcal group that attack Sen. John Kerry’s military service during the 2004 presidential election? Well,…

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Studer blamed for tax increase

William Thurston is becoming a regular letter writer to the PNJ. This letter is from the Sunday edition: A boondoggle Well, it sure didn’t take…

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