Cigar Rights of America has been arguing its case that the Food & Drug Administration has overstepped its authority with cigar packaging and advertising. The FDA rule forcing cigar companies to print warning labels on cigars was vacated yesterday, September… Read More ›
The annual Delray Beach Open announced their event will happen February 12-21, 2021. The ATP Champions Tour Legends event may include (though not confirmed at time of publishing) Tommy Haas, David Ferrer, Vince Spadea, James Blake, and others. The ATP… Read More ›
The Cinemark Palace 20 and XD in Boca Raton and the Cinemark Boynton Beach 14 and XD are reopening today, September 11, 2020. Cinemark will require that face masks be worn throughout their theatres. Guests may remove masks when eating… Read More ›
Today, September 8, 2020, Palm Beach County businesses, including restaurants, will reopen in “Phase 2” under the county’s Board of Commissioners’ Emergency Order #24 (EO24). Today will be “Step 1” of “Phase 2” for businesses to reopen, and for example it enables restaurant guests to sit at the bar, so long as social distancing practices are in effect. EO24 affects businesses in both incorporated and unincorporated Palm Beach County (county-wide). The county’s emergency orders are the government’s response to COVID-19 and the emergency orders handed down by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
This weekend the Kentucky Derby was the most watched sports event on television since the Super Bowl this past February, and the most watched Labor Day weekend sporting event since 2017.
The 25th James Bond movie ‘No Time To Die’ is scheduled to hit U.S. theaters on November 20, 2020.
Tesla Motors is holding a touchless touch drive event this weekend in Miami, August 29 and 30th from 10 am to 6 pm each day. If you wish to give it a go, you will need to RSVP as they limit space.
In another reversal for travelers looking to enjoy the beaches of the Caribbean, the U.S. Virgin Islands (USVI) are now off limits for Americans. The U.S. territory had opened itself to mainland American travellers; however, in an abrupt reversal USVI… Read More ›
A new study released yesterday, August 11, 2020, from Standford Medicine found that people who eat plant-based burgers instead of beef burgers helped their cardiovascular health. This small study backs up dozens of previous studies showing the health benefits of… Read More ›
One of Ayn Rand’s lesser-known works of fiction paints a disturbingly familiar picture of cancel culture
Recent legislators, activists, and education reformers have promised to lead us into a new world of equity. No longer will some groups have a different lifestyle from others. No longer will some groups have a different education from others. There will be reform or else, Hawk Newsome warns, “we will burn down this system and replace it.”
For a preview of these glories, we have only to open Ayn Rand’s Anthem. In this dystopian novella, collectivists achieve their ideal by burning cities and books, then implementing central planning. Now everyone is equal: equally poor, equally housed, equally limited in what they can say and do and think.