Florida's Governor Was Wrong For Removing First African American State Attorney From High Profile Murder Case

Jerry GirleyBy Jerry Girley, Attorney
Recently the State Attorney Aramis Ayala announced that she was not going to seek the death penalty in the Markeith Loyd prosecution. She also announced that she does not intend to seek the death penalty in any case while she serves as the State Attorney. This announcement triggered a firestorm of criticism and second guessing that ultimately culminated in Governor Scott replacing her as the prosecuting attorney in the Markeith Loyd matter. Reasonable people have voiced their concerns both for and against her decision.

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Three Weeks of Confusion and Chaos from Trump, White House

Roger Caldwell

By Roger Caldwell
In politics, I have been told that you pick your battles. But President Trump has a different theory, and he has decided to fight everyone that does not agree with his opinion, and that is a terrible way to start your administration.
There are over 600 administrative positions that must be filled, and staffers who have been hired are having meetings in the dark because they don’t know how to turn on the lights. There are leaks coming from aides who are questioning if the top staff understands the processes of the White House and/or the federal government.

Is Justice Candidate Luis Calderon Too Ashamed To Support Black People?

LuisCalderonby Lawrence A. Robinson
It is interesting to me, that Luis Calderon would gain the endorsement of famed Black Attorney, Benjamin Crump, then hide that endorsement from certain voters. Calderon is campaigning for Circuit Judge against Black Attorney, taleph Haynes Davis.

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