Let’s Expand Solar Farms Through the Free Market

Let’s Expand Solar Farms Through the Free Market

Opinion
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September 20, 2021
America’s solar industry experienced the strongest growth in its history under the Trump Administration. With fewer unnecessary regulations and less...
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“It felt like we were a prisoner”

“It felt like we were a prisoner”

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September 3, 2021
The men and women who serve us all deserve the best that we can give them – not the worst...
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Online Supplemental Learning Platforms Give Non-traditional Students a Chance to Defy the Odds

Online Supplemental Learning Platforms Give Non-traditional Students a Chance to Defy the Odds

Opinion
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August 31, 2021
By Lisa Brousseau Garcia As children, we are often led to believe that life is broken down into clean, distinct...
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‘Florida law, a Property Owner can be Held Liable for an Injury on Their Property’

‘Florida law, a Property Owner can be Held Liable for an Injury on Their Property’

Opinion
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August 30, 2021
Dear Editor, There is a lot on business owners’ plates, especially as we fully adjust back from the pandemic restrictions....
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To Regain Trust, Media Must Look in the Mirror

To Regain Trust, Media Must Look in the Mirror

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August 26, 2021
By State Rep. Alex Andrade   The Edelman Trust Barometer measures the public’s trust in institutions (government, business, media, etc.)....
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Biden Must Establish Clear, Decisive US Latin American Policy — Now

Biden Must Establish Clear, Decisive US Latin American Policy — Now

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August 11, 2021
By Luis Fleischman The recently inaugurated Peruvian president, Pedro Castillo, is a Marxist. Castillo has declared that he will call...
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Yellowstone National Park is a Gay, Transgender Mecca?

Yellowstone National Park is a Gay, Transgender Mecca?

Opinion
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August 3, 2021
Special interests groups like the Equality PAC, who like to believe they are the sole political action voice for all...
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Rising Insurance Rates

Rising Insurance Rates

Opinion
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July 29, 2021
Dear Editor, Florida is quickly recovering from COVID-19, and businesses and consumers are eager to participate in the anticipated economic...
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Puerto Ricans Counting on Senator Rubio to Lead on the Humanitarian Crisis Created by the PR’s Status Quo

Puerto Ricans Counting on Senator Rubio to Lead on the Humanitarian Crisis Created by the PR’s Status Quo

Opinion
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July 23, 2021
By Luis Figueroa While it seems like the 2020 elections just ended, the midterm election campaigning will ramp up over...
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Conservative Climate Caucus Brings Common Sense Solutions

Conservative Climate Caucus Brings Common Sense Solutions

Opinion
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July 13, 2021
As a political conservative, I applaud U.S. Representatives Mario Diaz-Balart, Carlos Gimenez and Maria Elvira Salazar for joining the new...
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OPINION: HB 403 Makes it Easier for Floridians to Start a Home Business

OPINION: HB 403 Makes it Easier for Floridians to Start a Home Business

Opinion
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June 4, 2021
By State Rep. Mike Giallombardo (R) In the race to repair state economies, Florida is winning. Under Gov. Ron DeSantis,...
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Gov. DeSantis is not a Dictator but a Defender of our Liberty

Gov. DeSantis is not a Dictator but a Defender of our Liberty

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May 28, 2021
The Sun Sentinel’s constant drum beat of anti-DeSantis articles only serves to show the paper’s agenda. However, calling Gov. Ron DeSantis...
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Tell Your Legislator to Vote Yes on Tort Reform

Tell Your Legislator to Vote Yes on Tort Reform

Opinion
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May 20, 2021
Florida has a long-standing reputation of being a litigious state, and it’s time we do something to fix it. In...
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President Biden has a chance to help the Venezuelan people

President Biden has a chance to help the Venezuelan people

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May 5, 2021
The people of Venezuela are facing a humanitarian and economic crisis of dire proportion. A 2019 report from the United...
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Florida’s Auto Insurance Rates Threatened by HB 719

Florida’s Auto Insurance Rates Threatened by HB 719

Opinion
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April 23, 2021
HB 719 poses a serious threat to Floridians auto insurance rates and it is headed to a vote on Friday....
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The Fight to Save Florida’s Medical Marijuana Program

The Fight to Save Florida’s Medical Marijuana Program

Opinion
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April 7, 2021
By State Representative Spencer Roach In 2016, Florida voters overwhelmingly expressed their desire for a safe and accessible medical marijuana...
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Matt Gaetz: ‘Washington scandal cycles are predictable, and sex is especially potent in politics’

Matt Gaetz: ‘Washington scandal cycles are predictable, and sex is especially potent in politics’

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April 5, 2021
By Rep. Matt Gaetz Washington scandal cycles are predictable, and sex is especially potent in politics. Let me first remind...
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Lago, Cruz-Gimenez, and Mitchell Will Serve Coral Gables Well

Lago, Cruz-Gimenez, and Mitchell Will Serve Coral Gables Well

Opinion
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March 16, 2021
Elections have consequences. All elections. Some of the local municipal races in Florida, no matter how inconsequential they may appear,...
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