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Stacy Swimp, President, The Frederick Douglass Society, 7:37 AM Mr. Swimp is also a member of Project 21, a coalition of black conservatives. He will discuss the "hyphen" issue. Click Here
Andy Alcock, WCTV Investigative Reporter Since his arrival in town, Mr. Alcock has been busy focusing on a lot of things. Perhaps, no one topic has garnered his attention more than happenings at Tallahassee's City Hall. We will discuss what he has covered, what he is following, plus the race to fill City Commission seats. Click Here
Parker gets new gig with COT Michael Parker is a good guy and he's been rewarded with a new role. He will head up the City's Economic and Community Development Department. This is kind of a big deal.
State wants changes to Medicaid's "Needy Program" Despite the criticism there is some merit to dealing with the issue of the medically needy in the state. This may not be the perfect solution, but it might be the start of finding one. Click Here
Florida gets a "D" It's the end of the school year, so why not hand out grades. The state got a poor grade for its support (or lack thereof) for working parents. This says something; we'll link, you decide. Click Here
ACC/ESPN deal shows FSU the money Not only the Noles, but all Atlantic Coast Conference schools will benefit from the new deal. It will be worth an additional $4 million per year.
Job numbers, Take two The White House wants all to feel warm and fuzzy about the job market. Well, try these boots on for size. Does anyone really think the market is improving?
The "left" exposed, again The alleged harbingers of tolerance have shown another example of what happens when one dares speak to the obvious. In this case a blogger calling out "black studies" for what they usually are...nonsense.