VENEZUELA AND THE LATINO VOTE

VENEZUELA AND THE LATINO VOTE

Opinion
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November 2, 2020
By Pedro Paúl Betancourt @PedroPaulB Every four years, the U.S. media, political analysts, and even the presidential candidates themselves, recognize...
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As Arms Embargo on Iran Expires Next U.S. President Must Stop Iran’s Criminal Enterprise Expansion In Latin America

As Arms Embargo on Iran Expires Next U.S. President Must Stop Iran’s Criminal Enterprise Expansion In Latin America

Opinion
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October 29, 2020
By Luis Fleischman @LuisFleischman Since the 1979 Islamic revolution, Iran has been a state sponsor of terrorism. Iran has sought...
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Surprise Medical Billing

Surprise Medical Billing

Opinion
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October 29, 2020
Even before COVID, 1 in 5 Americans were receiving a surprise medical bill after seeking emergency room care.  That can...
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A Major Step Forward in Protecting Florida’s Water Resources

A Major Step Forward in Protecting Florida’s Water Resources

Opinion
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June 28, 2020
This session, the Florida Legislature passed the most comprehensive and groundbreaking legislation to protect and restore Florida’s water resources. Just...
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Offshore Leasing Critical to Florida’s Conservation Funding

Offshore Leasing Critical to Florida’s Conservation Funding

Opinion
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June 24, 2020
New levels of uncertainty stemming from the novel coronavirus have driven fresh policy agendas. These policy decisions can have serious...
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House Democrat Lawson falsely states police have killed 10,000 Blacks

House Democrat Lawson falsely states police have killed 10,000 Blacks

Javier Manjarres
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June 16, 2020
With all of the tension between the black community and police departments across the country after the murder of  George...
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China withheld supplies, and they’ll do it again

China withheld supplies, and they’ll do it again

Opinion
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April 28, 2020
Prior to the coronavirus pandemic, few Floridians or their elected officials gave much thought to where their hospital gowns and...
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The Time to Open is Now

The Time to Open is Now

Opinion
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April 23, 2020
Beginning this weekend, the Governors of Georgia and South Carolina—based on the most recent scientific data—are re-opening the economies of...
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Trump indictments may save Venezuela from coronavirus and Maduro regime | Opinion

Trump indictments may save Venezuela from coronavirus and Maduro regime | Opinion

Opinion
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April 5, 2020
It’s not as good as the first season but the ripped-from-the-headlines geopolitical drama is enough to keep you watching and...
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Senators Rubio and Scott Should Reconsider: Offshore Energy Moratorium off Florida’s Coast Jeopardizes Military Readiness

Senators Rubio and Scott Should Reconsider: Offshore Energy Moratorium off Florida’s Coast Jeopardizes Military Readiness

Opinion
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March 24, 2020
From a military standpoint, the moratorium blocking offshore energy in the Eastern Gulf of Mexico makes little sense and an...
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Radical Leftist Enviro Group and Trump Foe Continues to Side with Brian Mast

Radical Leftist Enviro Group and Trump Foe Continues to Side with Brian Mast

Opinion
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December 19, 2019
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is tasked to manage the water flowing in and out of Lake Okeechobee, and...
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Congress Must Act on Surprise Billing—the Right Way

Congress Must Act on Surprise Billing—the Right Way

Opinion
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November 27, 2019
By Asha Padmanabhan, MD and Leopoldo Rodriguez, MD Patients in Florida and across the U.S. have enough complications and costs...
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Metastatic breast cancer patients not getting the legislative support they need to survive

Metastatic breast cancer patients not getting the legislative support they need to survive

Opinion
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November 21, 2019
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was given information about a support group by a social worker. Before...
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State Lawmakers Must Boost Long-Term Care to Address the Approaching Silver Wave

State Lawmakers Must Boost Long-Term Care to Address the Approaching Silver Wave

Opinion
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November 13, 2019
For four decades, policymakers have wrestled with how to address the health care needs of Florida’s growing elderly population. For...
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Close Loophole that lets Teens buy E-Cigarettes Online

Close Loophole that lets Teens buy E-Cigarettes Online

Opinion
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November 7, 2019
The teen vaping epidemic has made national headlines across the country and in Florida because of the rapid increase in...
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OPINION: Florida state Rep. Cindy Polo’s “hateful & divisive” ideology

OPINION: Florida state Rep. Cindy Polo’s “hateful & divisive” ideology

Javier Manjarres
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September 30, 2019
This past weekend, liberal Democratic state Representative Cindy Polo, who I can only assume may have drank too much aguardiente...
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OPINION: The great “Gay Pride” hypocrisy of Progressives

OPINION: The great “Gay Pride” hypocrisy of Progressives

Opinion
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September 2, 2019
The hypocrisy that House Democrats, the media, and the tons of “equal rights” activists are expressing over the recent “Straight...
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Progressive Democrats really do hate Matt Gaetz

Progressive Democrats really do hate Matt Gaetz

Javier Manjarres
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August 23, 2019
Liberal congressional Democrats loathe President Donald Trump and would give one of their eyes to see him impeached. But the...
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