10/24/12 - Topical Currents is with attorney Greg Lukianoff, who specializes in college campus free speech issues. He’s written the book, UNLEARNING LIBERTY: Campus Censorship & the End of American Debate. He says “the road to censorship is always paved with good intentions.” And for most people, free speech is extolled . . . until it crosses a personal border.
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Sandy became a hurricane this morning, the 10th of this active season, as it approached Jamaica. A tropical storm watch continues in Florida from the Keys north to the Brevard-Volusia county line. South Florida is not in the cone, but it can expect wind and rain Thursday though Saturday. Here's the latest update from the National Hurricane Center.
Support for President Obama has declined so radically in South Florida that it will cost him the state on election day.
That's what Tony Man at the Sun Sentinel reported over the weekend after taking a look at modeling and projections prepared by Moody's Analytics. Moody's predicted Obama would win the Democratic strongholds of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties but by margins too small to leverage the rest of the state.
Tropical Storm Sandy is expected to bring wind and rain to South Florida Thursday and Friday as it tracks north toward the Bahamas through Jamaica and Cuba. A tropical storm watch is already in effect from Jupiter Inlet south to the Florida Keys. Get the latest update from the National Hurricane Center.
And now, on the other side of a pretty prestigious political night for South Florida - one last look at the Presidential debate at Lynn University. Kenny Malone was onsite at Lynn University and wanted to watch the debate through the eyes of the Florida voter.