During the Boca Tribune's debate before the Special Election of 2018 Bernie Korn revealed something about people who run for City Council: They do it to let their contributors, their "friends", build whatever they want! Oh how true it is! In fact, it's also true about Bernie Korn himself! So how is it true about Bernie Korn? What is his game? What is it that he wants to allow his friends to build? A high rise? A condo on the beach? A train station? No! It's something far more FISHY!

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My Experience after 9/11 with South Florida’s BEST First Responders Immediately out of college I was extremely fortunate and found a job that I enjoyed a lot. It didn’t pay much, to be a scientist, but to me that was OK. I was happy with a...

Ok. So people are wearing masks and gloves, right? In a hospital those things get disposed of in a safe way, right? Special containers are marked in healthcare facilities to receive materials that are biohazardous, right? But where have we been throwing our gloves and masks? In special...

Light battling against darkness isn't just some disconnected philosophical perspective. It's happening right now, inside you, shown through the voices of the people here in our hometown. It's taking place inside the halls of government, inside the hearts of our leaders.  It's not an abstract battle of entities in Heaven and Hell, it's a battle against a hell that threatens our heaven here. The light and the darkness is inside us. We become what we turn our faces toward, what our faith in ourselves and our neighbors steer us into being.

There's a thought exercise we can play with, a way to think about protecting ourselves from coronavirus. This thought exercise allows us to ask ourselves some critical questions that are now being overlooked. How far should we go to protect ourselves from coronavirus, given all the steps we can take? How much is too little? How much is too much? Where does a prudent level of protection end and the oversteer into exacerbating our problems begin?