Stand Your Ground Law Under Fire, Again

The Florida State law commonly referred to as Stand Your Ground has been increasingly controversial over the years, especially since 2012. George Zimmerman was accused of having fatally shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin that year, sparking an intense reaction from the…
Experts & Patients on GOP Healthcare Bill Concerns

Republicans have finally completed a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, the American Healthcare Act (AHCA), and criticism has come from both sides of the isle. The bill is seeing considerable opposition from not only political figures but also corporations in…
Capital Punishment Rollback for Florida

In 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a Florida state law concerning the death penalty was unconstitutional. According to the court ruling, the unconstitutionality of the law was based on it having given too much power to judges. On March…
Florida House Turns on Visit Florida

Visit Florida is a well-funded powerhouse of tourism for the state of Florida, and given how much of a destination spot Florida has consistently been for years, no one would expect anything to threaten financial stability of an agency capitalizing…
WikiLeaks: Largest CIA Leak in History

Once again, WikiLeaks makes a major release; however, this one is arguably one of the most significant leaks they’ve ever published. Jane Clayson, author and former correspondent for ABC News and CBS News, characterized it as appearing “to be the…
Influx of Muslims Running for Public Office

Radical Islam and its associated acts of terrorism have been reported from multiple European countries and are an ever-present menace in the Middle East. President Trump campaigned on promises to protect the United States from radical Islamic terrorism and took…