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The people have spoken

The national election worked as it’s meant to work. The House of Representative is suppose to represent the voices of the people – they aren’t…

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Money can’t buy you a seat

The GOP-backed Charles Glover couldn’t buy the Escambia County School Board District 3 seat. Nearly every person who voted in the 2004 general election in…

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Ding, Dong…Save Our City is dead

The Pensacola City Council results are in. None of the SOC candidates – Sam Hall, Jerry Howard, and Bob Walker – won. Sam Hall did…

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Iraqi Blogs

I wanted to gain a better perspective on the Iraqi view on the war so I searched for Iraqi blogs. Here are a few I…

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Film Fest – a hit!

Film Fest’s Artistic Director Tom Roush called to say the films were all well attended (except of the bitter cold Friday night outdoor viewing of…

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Sinclair takes shot at Mediacom

Sinclair and DIRECTV to Offer Rebates for Mediacom Cable Customers Who Switch to DIRECTV Mobile/Pensacola (November 7, 2006) – Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBGI)…

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New Baptist Hospital Administrator

Baptist Hospital Gets New Administrator A 38-year-old Pace man last night was appointed administrator of Baptist Hospital, Baptist Health Care’s nationally renowned flagship facility. Mark…

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Electronic voting machines breaking down

We’re getting news reports that touchscreen voting machines aren’t working properly in Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, New York and Florida. Ohio: There are widespread problems with…

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GOP strategy…will it work?

Announce conviction of Saddam Hussein trial before the court completes written verdict (that will be Nov. 9). Have Pres. Bush campaign like hell – reminding…

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