At a time where the unemployment numbers are improving dramatically, this morning the hashtag #MonthlyStimulusNOW is trending on Twitter as many seek the government to force others to pay their expenses via this UBI scheme. UBI has been promoted by… Read More ›
Florida’s B.E.A.C.H.E.S. Foundation holding raffle of big clothing-optional prizes with low cost of entry
The Beach Education Advocates for Culture, Health, Environment and Safety Foundation Institute’s (B.E.A.C.H.E.S.) Board of Governors and the Free Beach Unity Coalition organizations are conducting a fundraising raffle through March 27, 2021. The raffle tickets start at $10 (scroll 3/4 way down page to buy tickets)… Read More ›
Through Omaze’s charity organization, someone will benefit from winning a 1967 Mustang, a rare Mustang 2+2 Fastback, hand-built by Fusion Motor Company. The car is part of Omaze’s partnership with Charities Aid Foundation America (CAFA), a U.S. 501(c)(3) tax-exempt public… Read More ›
Mitch Katz and John Brewer Talk Politics in New ‘Sunday Morning Coffee and Delray Beach Politics Live’ Video
A new Facebook group has emerged for local Delray Beach politicos called Delray Beach Politics. As many locals know, former Delray Beach City Commission member Mitch Katz and Delray Beach realtor and Socially Distanced Supper Club founder, John Brewer, have had several public arguments which have been entertaining for the public. So now they have gotten together to have a “semi-public” discussion on local politics.
Muir felt black people were lazy “Sambos” and his feeling towards blacks was an open secret. None of his racist quotes made it onto the website’s ‘John Muir Quote of the Day.’ He made derogatory remarks about American Indians; however, over time, he took a liking to them based on their conservation and respect of their land.
There has been some recent chatter on the Internet about a desire by many to see life and business strategist Tony Robbins run for president. Most think their choices are limited to Joe Biden or Donald Trump and are not… Read More ›
With 130,000 Students’ Scholarships Hanging in the Balance, Florida’s Supreme Court Could Settle School Choice Question Once and For All
Tallahassee, Fla.—Yesterday, April 30, 2018, the Florida Supreme Court agreed to hear a nearly-decade old case challenging the adequacy and uniformity of Florida’s entire public school system. The ruling also has the potential to threaten the state’s thriving school choice… Read More ›
Boynton Beach, Fla – February 5, 2018 – The Libertarian Party of Palm Beach County (LP Palm Beach), the third largest political party in Palm Beach County, is looking forward to the day when the county government will help the… Read More ›
TROY, N.Y. — Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute administrators are doubling down on their crusade to stamp out student criticism. The school is bringing disciplinary charges against students who participated in a peaceful demonstration last month, even accusing one student of “operating… Read More ›
Washington, D.C. — Early this afternoon, November 16, 2017, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a major tax bill with potentially major ramifications for Americans and American businesses. The bill now goes to the U.S. Senate where the bill’s current… Read More ›