Puerto Ricans Relocating to Florida Bring Possible Electoral Consequences

Hurricane Maria was a monster Category 5 storm that struck the Caribbean in mid-September and pretty much flattened Puerto Rico’s infrastructure, which wasn’t in great shape before the storm. Restoring electricity has been painfully slow, because of the totality of devastation, plus other complications like the difficulty of shipping all necessary materials to an island, […]

Storm Dangers Highlight Florida Growth

As the powerful Hurricane Irma moves toward Florida, climate change is already being named as the culprit for the storm’s projected level of damage. But we needn’t look beyond the state’s rapid population growth and corresponding construction to understand the escalating cost of big storms there.

Florida is one America’s top five states for immigration-caused population […]

Miami Schools Bear Immigration Costs

Poor Miami. It used to be a nice American city, until over a million Cuban exiles arrived who thought they could do a better job of running the place. Plus, in 1980 Castro dumped 125,000 of the worst of his criminals in the Mariel boatlift, celebrated by diversity enthusiasts as a great success as long […]

Florida: Santeria Slaughter Reaches South Beach

South Florida has been afflicted with a special mix of Caribbean diversity in addition to the usual gaggle of foreign lawbreakers. So in addition to dealing with drug smuggling, welfare mooching (Medicare fraud a local specialty!) and job thievery, the remaining Americans must endure practices like the cruel slaughter in the night of horses to […]

Tom Wolfe’s Miami Novel Gets a Background Documentary

Novelist Tom Wolfe announced several years ago that his next book would take place in south Florida and would explore immigration. One can only hope that he will skewer the diversity cult in his own unique style.

Wolfe engaged Oscar Corral, a reporter from the Miami Herald, to sherpa him through the local culture, and Corral […]