Tag: South Florida Sun Sentinel

Mitch PerryAugust 11, 2016

(UPDATED 6:51 p.m.)  It’s official — Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Tim Canova will debate for a full hour this Sunday morning on “Facing South Florida with Jim DeFede”  from 8 to 9 a.m. on CBS4 Miami. It will also be streamed live on CBSMiami.com and facebook.com/CBSMiami. “After four months of dodging debates and running scared, Wasserman Schultz has finally […]

Mitch PerryAugust 11, 2016

Debbie Wasserman Schultz is up with the first television campaign ad of her primary campaign against challenger Tim Canova. “People who don’t even live in Florida, including Republicans, are spending outrageous amounts of money on personal attacks directed at me. And the attacks are just garbage,” she says to the camera in the 30-second ad. Though […]

Mitch PerryJuly 10, 2016

Frustrated by her refusal to entertain a debate with him in their Democratic primary in Florida’s 23rd Congressional District race, Tim Canova laid into DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz on Saturday, writing that she “doesn’t want you to know that she is part of the problem” when it comes to the toxic algae bloom disaster along the Treasure Coast in […]

Jac VerSteegMay 24, 2016

In a “Dear Colleague” letter, the Obama administration has issued guidelines explaining how public schools should treat transgender students. As a policy, it is good. As a political tactic, maybe not so much. The directive says public schools should let students use bathrooms and dressing rooms that match their gender identity rather than the gender […]


Carlos Beruff isn’t backing off comments suggesting people from the Middle East be banned from entering the United States. According to a report in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Beruff told a crowd of Broward County Republicans that he didn’t think it was “safe to allow anybody from the Middle East into this country.” The comment […]


The Sun Sentinel of South Florida and the Orlando Sentinel have endorsed Hillary Clinton in advance of Florida’s March 15 Democratic primary. The Sentinel also endorsed Marco Rubio on the Republican side, while the Sun Sentinel refused to do so. Both papers are owned by the Chicago-based Tribune Publishing Co., but  often do not mirror […]


The Sun Sentinel won’t to endorse in the Republican presidential primary, the newspaper’s editorial revealed this week. In an editorial posted Friday, the editorial board said it was “not going to make an endorsement in Florida’s March 15 Republican presidential primary because the kind of person who should be running is not in the race.” […]


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