Friday, December 27 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, December 29 @ 12:00 PM
2013 Year in Review
We discuss the top state and local stories of 2013, such as the not-guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial for the death of Trayvon Martin and the political re-emergence of former Florida governor Charlie Crist.
Marc Caputo, The Miami Herald
Michael Mayo, Sun Sentinel
Terrence McCoy, Miami New Times
Michael Williams, WPTV NBC 5
Friday, August 17 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, August 19 @ 12:30 PM
Local Primary Election Results
We gathered a panel to discuss the results from Tuesday’s primary election, which was hindered by low voter turnout and questions of absentee ballot fraud.
Sean Foreman, Ph.D., Barry University
Anthony Man, Sun Sentinel
David Ovalle, The Miami Herald
Charles Zelden, Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University
Friday, July 13 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, July 15 @ 12:30 PM
Expiring Bush Tax Cuts
Earlier this week, President Barack Obama said he was in favor of letting the Bush tax cuts expire for the wealthy but would keep the tax cuts for those who earn below a certain threshold for only one more year. We discuss the pros and cons of this proposal.
Rudy Fernandez, Republican Political Strategist
Ray Ruga, CVOX Group
Miramar City Commissioners voted to give themselves a $2,500 raise last week in order to offset the money they say they will lose by following the county's new strict ethics code, which prohibits freebies. Michael Mayo joins us on the program to discuss this story and other county news.
Michael Mayo, SunSentinel
State Attorney Closed Primary
Are write-in candidates being used to force closed primaries in order to keep a segment of voters from participating in an election? Our guest Armando Lacasa thinks so, and is pursuing legal action to open Miami-Dade’s state attorney’s race to all voters.
Armando Lacasa, Esq. , Genovese, Joblove & Battista, P.A.