living in love and harmony

Miami-Dade to unauthorized immigrants: Don't fear hurricane shelters

Miami-Dade to unauthorized immigrants: Don’t fear hurricane shelters

Immigrants in South Florida illegally should not fear deportation if they seek shelter during Hurricane Irma, according to political leaders who urged the undocumented to heed local evacuation orders. “We don’t ask anybody for their identification,” Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said in a briefing late Wednesday from the county’s emergency operations center in Doral. “Everybody who needs shelter in Miami-Dade County is welcome, and you should do so without any fear of any repercussi…
See all stories on this topic

GOP launches campaign pushing Democrats for Menendez ouster

The start of Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez’s federal corruption trial Wednesday has hung a question mark on the future of his Senate seat, and national Republicans have already begun pushing for his ouster if he’s convicted. The Republican National Committee rolled out a campaign this week aimed at pressuring Democratic senators to call on Menendez to step down if he’s convicted. The campaign includes a Snapchat filter available near the courthouse that has a banner saying “Bye Bye Bob Mene…
See all stories on this topic

Legal Hurricane Rights

(WSVN) – So many South Floridians are scrambling to get ready in case Irma comes roaring in. You know about the storm, but do you know what rights you have — whether it’s at your job, your condo or with your insurance company. For that, we bring in Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser. The sight of this has South Floridians stressed with the thought of the damage a storm like Irma can do to each of us. All we can do, of course, is prepare and arm yourself with the knowledge of, legall…
See all stories on this topic

New York sued over voter roll purges

New York is wrongly purging voter rolls to remove the names of supposedly inactive voters, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday on behalf of a government watchdog group. The legal challenge against state elections officials argues the state’s purging policy violates federal law governing how states can scrub names from their list of registered voters. “New York’s outdated policies disenfranchise tens of thousands of eligible voters in clear violation of the National Voter Registration…
See all stories on this topic

Delaware task force digs into the details of legalizing pot

From stoned driving to the taxation of marijuana, Delaware would face multiple vexing challenges if lawmakers ever legalize recreational cannabis use, and a state task force is getting ready to dig into those issues. The panel’s first meeting Wednesday came amid a broader national debate, with a bill introduced in Congress last month to legalize cannabis nationwide, at the same time that Attorney General Jeff Sessions wants to crack down on the legalized marijuana industry. While eight states a…
See all stories on this topic

Tips And No Tricks

5 Keys to a Happy Marriage

A happy marriage is not an accident, you have to play your part...

Children Learn Violence From A Young Age

We may be playing a bigger role then we think in youth violence....

Contribute To Our Website

Do you want to share your story?

Contact us and we can review your story for publication.

Do you have a website in Miami? Link with us and help us spread the word.

Ask A Question

Our Contributors: