Florida Unemployment Drama Continues: Built To Fail

As the drama continues to unfold regarding the state of Florida’s unemployment system, Gov. DeSantis has announced he plans to open an investigation into the creation of the system, throwing some serious Republican interparty shade at Florida Senator Rick Scott. $77 million was spent on the development of the unemployment system seven years ago during, […]

South Florida New Releases: Discotheques of Darkness

Trevor Something – You Are My Obsession When I think of Miami and the culture that it permeates, it’s artists like Trevor Something that play in my head.  The neon lights, the white sand shorelines, gluttonous wealth, beauty in the human form that can’t be overexpressed, and a devilish need for fame or infamy.  Trevor’s […]

DeSantis & The Damned: The Saga of Florida’s Unemployment System

Don’t worry you sad pathetic Floridians, Governor DeSantis plans at some point to fix the unemployment website.  We wait with bated breath. As of April 25th, there have been over 1.8 million unemployment claims in the state of Florida.  Out of those 1.8 million claims,according to the State Dashboard, just over 209k have started receiving […]

State of Labor: Right-to-Work Florida

Prior to COVID-19, the wage gap in Right-to-Work South Florida is of the widest gaps between wages and cost of living in the United States and approximately 1 in 16 employees in the state of Florida are card carrying union members, one of the lowest rates in the US.  Anyone that follows current events in […]