Posted in Escambia County

Outtakes—Raising ‘Little Monsters’

My column for the March 29 edition of Inweekly: Raising ‘Little Monsters’ Escambia County Commissioner Doug Underhill disapproved of the March for Our Lives rallies…

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Posted in Pensacola

Pensacola City Council, First Amendment: ‘You’ve gotta walk the walk’

On Thursday, the Pensacola City Council showed its confidence in Council President Brian Spencer in reaction to a letter Mayor Ashton Hayward sent regarding Spencer’s…

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Posted in Pensacola Politics

Have you heard the one about the Pensacola City Council, vote of confidence, circus, First Amendment rights?

Pensacola Councilwoman Sherri Myers has asked her fellow council members to pass a vote of confidence in favor of Council President Brian Spencer, whom Mayor…

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Posted in Business

Valentino strikes out again

A circuit court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by former Escambia County Commissioner Gene Valentino against Inweekly, publisher Rick Outzen, reporter Jeremy Morrison and…

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Posted in Pensacola

Occupy Pensacola has not given up the fight

Attorney Alistair McKenzie announced today that Occupy Pensacola has appealed the recent ruling by Judge Vinson in the case of Occupy Pensacola vs. The City…

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Occupy Pensacola ‘Denied’ in Suit Against City

Occupy Pensacola was handed a defeat yesterday in its lawsuit against the city of Pensacola. The United States District Court, Northern District of Florida ruled…

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Masters of the Universe?

The daily newspaper called this morning about a second public request made last night by Councilwoman DeWeese, who copied them on the request but not…

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The Sam Hall Question

It seems Pensacola City Council President Sam Hall isn’t out of the woods yet when it comes to the free-speech debate he sparked when attempting…

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