President Donald Trump nominates 10th Circuit Judge Neil Gorsuch for associate justice of the Supreme Court

Florida Politics 0:31 Driver hits 5-year-old boy crossing street (Graphic Content) 1:39 Emily Estefan finds her voice 1:56 Protesters march against Trump’s immigration order at Miami International Airport 0:26 Coast Guard plucks stranded diver off Dania Beach 0:36 Naika Venant’s mother: I have to bury my baby 1:01 Budweiser 2017 Super Bowl Commercial – “Born The Hard […] Continue reading →

Trump’s Gorsuch nomination: Rubio applauds, Nelson vows ‘full examination’

rubio-nelson-pbp.jpg Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, left, and Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson It took about one minute for the Democratic National Committee to slam President Donald Trump‘s nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch for the Supreme Court tonight.   Florida Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson, however, is holding fire.   “The confirmation of a Supreme Court justice is an awesome […] Continue reading →

Gov. Scott’s budget would tighten state control over Tri-Rail money

061215-biz-all-aboard-fares-02-1-1.jpg Gov. Rick Scott has waded into a growing debate over Tri-Rail funding, and it could mean less money for the agency responsible for the trains. Amid debate over a controversial contract awarded last week, Scott’s budget proposal released this morning includes a paragraph that would crack down on the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority’s spending. Passengers […] Continue reading →

‘This is not a Muslim ban,’ says Trump, compares it to Obama 2011 action

pbia-protests.jpg Protesters at Palm Beach International Airport (Jorge Milian/The Palm Beach Post) Facing a second day of nationwide protests — including one today at Palm Beach International Airport — over his executive order halting travel to the U.S. from seven predominantly Muslim nations, President Donald Trump compared his policy to a 2011 action by President Barack […] Continue reading →

John Thrasher: Florida State 'Deeply Concerned' About Trump's Deportation Order

johnthrasher-sunshinestatenews.jpg Former Florida senator and current president of Florida State University John Thrasher said he’s troubled by President Donald Trump’s deportation order on refugees. “Florida State University is deeply concerned about the administration’s new policy preventing the entry of citizens of seven foreign countries to the United States for the next 90 days,” Thrasher said Sunday. “At […] Continue reading →

Florida Republicans not hopping on Trump’s voter fraud train

102516-trump-palm-beach-12.jpg President Donald Trump continues to insist he didn’t really lose the popular vote to Hillary Clinton. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post) President Donald Trump‘s insistence that he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton because “millions of people” voted illegally, and his call Wednesday for a “major investigation into VOTER FRAUD,” aren’t getting an […] Continue reading →