To the Editor: The fake Basquiat crisis did not end with the termination of the disgraced director, but rather has only deepened...
Op-ed: As Banned Books Week celebrates its 40th anniversary, it’s time to unequivocally condemn censorship
By Mickey Huff
Leave it to Florida's Ron DeSantis to utilize overt racism and abject dehumanization as a national political strategy
The 2024 Republican presidential primary is shaping up to be a battle royale of bullying.
By Jeffrey C. Billman
Fewer Americans than ever profess confidence in the Supreme Court. That’s because we’ve seen them for the political hacks they are
Biden's speech ripping MAGA nation shows he finally accepts that the Republican Party he knew is a distant memory
The prez seems to have hurt the feelings of the 'f*ck your feelings' crowd.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Florida is at the vanguard of states giving teachers the finger
Short-term populism has long-term consequences.
The extremist positions and jackass bellicosity required to win a Republican nomination are going to cost the GOP seats this year
A precarious democracy can’t afford to look the other way while self-serving authoritarians pour gas on a fire
It looks like Chuck Schumer learned how to do politics like a Republican
A secret deal with Joe Manchin, passage of the semiconductor bill *and* the reconciliation bill, and a forced self-own for the GOP ... not bad.
Letters to the editor: Thanks a lot, Grandpa
'Not only is Grandpa feeling free-er by having his freedom taken away, he is voting in grifters who will take his money.'
By Orlando Weekly readers
If Biden plans to be a doormat for the new Republican House or the radical Supreme Court, he should bow out of 2024 now
Op-ed: An opinion of the housing crisis in Florida from a drowning tenant
‘I need a life raft!’
By Jessy Correa
Former Rep. Ric Keller writes in about ‘The day I locked up Martha Stewart’
By Ric Keller and Jessica Bryce Young
It is not hyperbole to say the current U.S. Supreme Court constitutes a democratic crisis
It’s time to panic.
After the death of Roe v. Wade, Democrats need to do more than fundraise and say 'see you in November'
Promises to do something eventually aren’t enough.
Op-ed: An open letter to the chairwoman of the Orlando Museum of Art Board of Trustees regarding their exhibition of fake Basquiat works
By Samuel S. Flax
Today's SCOTUS rulings show that the majority doesn’t care about torching its legitimacy, only about pushing its radical agenda
Republican presidents have won the popular vote once since 1988, yet they’ve appointed six of the Court’s nine justices.
The myth that all cities are violent is a right-wing article of faith, one they’re promoting and exploiting shamelessly
The GOP base have called Jan. 6 a false flag, blamed it on infiltrators, and insisted it ‘was not an insurrection’ — everything but look it in the eye
The big liars
The Second Amendment is legal gibberish, and you can interpret it to mean almost anything you want
We could, like every other developed nation on Earth, make these atrocities vanishingly rare. Instead, we choose fidelity to an amendment that was written to mean nothing.
States with highest numbers of abortion-restricting laws also have the highest levels of maternal mortality
The links between increased abortion restrictions, reduced public health spending and higher rates of maternal mortality are established beyond question.
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