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The Women's March and Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Debbie Wasserman Schultz Chooses Sides in the Democratic Party’s Anti-Semitism Rift

The Women’s March, which has risen to prominence with the election of Donald Trump, is beginning to fracture. A number of its leaders have displayed or spoken anti-semitic positions, and it's led to major controversy within the party. Falling prey to the inevitable conflicts of intersectionality, there have been groups beginning to disavow the organization.

January 19, 2019 - 6:00am

Columns

Barack Obama and Andrew Gillum
The biggest story of the year in Florida in 2018 wasn't necessarily one of the stories we choose to present to you here. The biggest story was the personal one, the one that shook you to your foundation wherever you were, whatever you were doing, however it left you and your family. But we believe that years from now, when historians reflect on this dramatic year, these five events or conditions will go a long way toward defining our state and its people and how they responded together.
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen
Despite being a state since 1845, Florida hasn’t exactly been prominent on Capitol Hill throughout most of that time. Most senators and representatives from Florida simply failed to left much of an impression on the national stage though there are a handful of exceptions ranging from David Levy Yulee to Duncan Fletcher to Claude Pepper. 
David Straz and Ed Turanchik
A Tampa media entity suffered amnesia last week, denying three city mayoral candidates the opportunity to participate in a Jan. 9 debate it is sponsoring.
'Tis not the season to be jolly, thanks to Donald Trump.
Brian Mast, Melanie Peterson and Mark Perry
The Stuart News (TCPalm/Treasure Coast Newspapers) doesn't regularly cover South Florida Water Management District Governing Board meetings, but heaven forbid its editors would let a little thing like ignorance of Board policy stand in the way of furthering a slanted agenda. 
All of Washington is focused on the political peril President Trump faces from Robert Mueller's investigation. But the Mueller probe could very well turn out to be a disaster, not for Trump, but for the Democrats.
Floridians recently were surprised to learn that last year the number of children uninsured in our state increased for the first time since tracking began a decade ago. According to a recent report released by Georgetown University’s Center for Children and Families, the share of Florida children without insurance coverage rose from 6.6 percent to 7.3 percent.
Paris is in flames over a fuel tax increase that would pile 30 cents onto the $7.06 per gallon price paid by citizens whose average monthly salary is $2,753.This burdensome “carbon tax” on the midd
Ted Deutch
The carbon tax bill recently introduced by House Democrat Ted Deutch of Florida is a $1 trillion net tax increase over 10 years. 
Richard Corcoran
If new education commissioner Richard Corcoran wasn't knee-deep in enemies before Monday, he sure is fire-ant bait now.

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