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Cinderella still dancing in Boca Raton while Coach L continues his magnificence in Coral Gables. The Miami women are rolling as well. It’s March in south Florida!
Incredibly, the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach MSA is the only US metro area with two Sweet 16 men’s teams (and a women’s one as the University of Miami women have made the Sweet 16). FAU and Miami have both made the Sweet 16, taking different routes with differing expectations. For FAU, this is an incredible […]
On this week’s Florida History Podcast we continue our Women’s History Month theme with a discussion of two extraordinary Floridians- Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings and Marjory Stoneman Douglas. You can listen to the Florida History Podcast on Anchor (which hosts our show), Spotify, Google, Apple Podcasts, Radio Public, Breaker, Overcast, Castro or Pocket Casts. Overcast, Castro, Spotify, Radio Public and Breaker have App Store apps for free […]
Bank failures are due to “woke,” and Russia-Ukraine is a “territorial dispute” with no US “vital interest” Ron DeSantis was perhaps fatally exposed this week as a not ready for prime time, unseasoned character that’s probably not getting any real savvy advice. DeSantis distrust of expertise and political consultants is legendary in Florida – as […]
While Governor DeSantis continues his campaign against “woke,” Florida is benefiting from the American Rescue Plan. As Governor DeSantis touts Florida’s strong economy and takes credit for job creation, remember it was federal legislation, opposed by every GOP in the Florida delegation that facilitated this growth. Below are some key facts about the legislation.
In the late 1990’s conservatives throughout the country were pushing Tort Reform as a larger scheme to “defund the left.” Florida was an epicenter of activity as Jeb Bush’s Republican Party made breaking the Trial Lawyers and Teacher’s Unions (via merit pay, school vouchers and other education “reforms”) the priorities after gaining complete control of […]
On the week’s Florida History Podcast, we discuss Marjorie Harris Carr’s commitment to conservation and fight against the Cross Florida Barge Canal. Carr pioneered environmental advocacy and activism in the state in the 1960’s. You can listen to the Florida History Podcast on Anchor (which hosts our show), Spotify, Google, Apple Podcasts, Radio Public, Breaker, Overcast, Castro or Pocket Casts. Overcast, Castro, Spotify, Radio Public and […]