Monday, January 22, 2018
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Comcast Reaches Nearly One Million with Power of Broadband

Today, Comcast Executive Vice President David L. Cohen was joined by Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, Miami Dade County School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho, and Miami Dade League of Cities President...

Commies Prove Capitalist Pigs Wrong…by Doubling the Private Sector?

If you’re an entrepreneur, grandiloquent anti-Capitalism speeches by unkempt Occupiers and other avowed socialists, who’ve all benefited from the success of the American economic...

University of Florida is Next Stop on #VoiceYourVote College Tour

The following is the schedule for the Politic365 College tour which can be monitored by visiting www.Politic365.com/voice-your-vote.  You should also follow the #VoiceYourVote hashtag on twitter. Florida – University...

Chris Christie to Nets: “Don’t Let the Door Hit You”

New Jersey's abrasive Governor gives the sports team break-up a whole new name and narrative

The Politics of Ozzie’s Verbal Earthquake

If you have a Cuban American fan base, don't hire a guy who is pro-Castro. But, don't violate his free speech, either

Marco … Pinnochio?

Rubio has an explanation for everything: “I’m going off the oral history of my family."

Cities May be Whiter, but Metro Areas are Turning Brown, Study...

A new report by the Brookings Institution says minorities are now the majority population in many of the nation’s largest metropolitan areas, a demographic...

Maxine Waters and CBC Put Heat on Obama Aide at Town...

A representative from the White House joined Monday’s town hall of the Congressional Black Caucus’ Jobs Tour in Miami and faced tough questions about...

Congresswoman Frederica Wilson Talks of Technology, the Jobs Tour in Miami...

Although she has been in Congress only a few months, U.S. Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Florida, already has garnered attention – not only for her...

Politicians Use Pay-for-Access Methods to Get Constituent Feedback

The scenes from YouTube and cable news outlets of irate constituents at town hall meetings have left a mark on Americans and the legislators that represent them.