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Opinion: The truth about Trump’s worrisome war on media

Like him or not, President Donald Trump won the presidency fair and square. His upset of historic proportions was magnified even further by the overconfidence and noblesse oblige of Hillary Clinton and the Democratic elite. The Washington media need to stop whining, get off their high horse and do the jobs they chose.

Letters to the Editor

WLRN is a community treasure

As vice-chairman of the board of Friends of WLRN it is concerning when I read statements from the Miami-Dade School Board indicating its members have little knowledge of our organization’s mission and activities.

Letters to the Editor

Weak punishment for animal abuse

I was appalled that Miami-Dade Circuit Judge Yvonne Colodny offered Matthew Milewski a plea deal where he’ll serve one year of probation and will not have a felony conviction on his record. He’ll also have to make a $1,000 donation to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Letters to the Editor

Trump’s costly visits

After costing taxpayers $11 million in one month in travel expenses (compared to $12 million in one year for President Obama), I’m guessing President Trump will try to write off his trips on Air Force One on his taxes, which no will ever see.

Letters to the Editor

Enemy of the people

No, President Trump, free and inquisitive media are not the enemy of the American people. Rather, they are its champion. However, it seems that the least presidential president in living memory is well on that road.

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Crowds demand end to stand your ground law at Trayvon Martin vigil

Crowds gathered at the Friendship Torch in front of Bayfront Park for a Trayvon Martin vigil on July 14, 2013. Crowds demanded changes to laws and made a social call to arms after George Zimmerman was acquitted from the murder of Martin over the weekend.
Gregory Castillo Miami Herald
Crowds demand end to stand your ground law at Trayvon Martin vigil 1:55

Crowds demand end to stand your ground law at Trayvon Martin vigil

Trayvon Martin's parents on decision not to charge Zimmerman with hate crime 1:32

Trayvon Martin's parents on decision not to charge Zimmerman with hate crime

Leonard Pitts comments on his column, 5:47

Leonard Pitts comments on his column, "Mr. President: ‘Just who the hell do you think you are?'"

Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem' 4:16

Miami poet Richard Blanco's tribute to Orlando: 'One Pulse — One Poem'