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tick, tick, tick….Woodham High’s days are numbered

WEAR TV3 reported last night on the School Zone Attendance Advisory Committee of the Escambia County school system is working on its rezoning plans and…

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Irony: Black accused of suppressing white vote in Miss.

The Chairman of the Democratic Executive Committee of Noxubee County, Miss. – Ike Brown – is accused  of paying and organizing notaries, some of whom…

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Strong-mayor battle in Miami

The Miami Herald reports the Miami-Dade Commissioners back suit against strong-mayor vote The lawsuit seeks to toss out more than 123,000 petition signatures calling for…

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Barney Frank scandal very different from Foley

I’ve heard Luke “Angry White Man” McCoy and others keep saying. “Democrats didn’t do anything about Barney Frank”…or “Well, Foley isn’t any worse than Frank”…

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CMPA nominees

Here are the nominees for the three open seats on the Community Maritime Park Associates Board of Trustees (nominating councilperson in parenthesis): Judge David Ackerman…

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Did North Korea really explode nuclear bomb?

Although the Bush Administration wants us to believe North Korea tested a nuclear bomb this weekend – remember a scared American votes Republican – there…

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To the victors the spoils

In doing some research on Congressional spending, I came across this 2002 Washington Post article written by David Post of AP – Majority status enriched…

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Bill Nelson is luckiest man alive

GOP candidate for U.S. senate Katherine Harris declared yesterday( ) that she want barriers to oil drilling off U.S. coastlines lowered and attacked Nelson for…

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FEMA misspends money…..duh

Last year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency awarded Florida $22.6 million for “crisis counseling” for victims of hurricanes Wilma and Katrina. Florida’s program, called Project…

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