Facing South Florida: Jeb Bush AnnouncementA look at what’s ahead for Jeb Bush after he announces his bid for President earlier this week from Miami-Dade College.
Facing South Florida: Charleston Church MassacreWe will focus on the church massacre that took place in Charleston, South Carolina.
Miami Herald's Patricia Mazzei In SC Recalls Church MassacreA Miami Herald reporter, in Charleston to cover a Jeb Bush event scheduled to take place Thursday morning, was staying less than a block away from the church where the massacre unfolded Wednesday night.
Facing South Florida: The 2015 Florida Legislative SessionWith less than a month until the 2015 Florida legislative session adjourns, Jim and his guests look at what the might or might not accomplish, specifically in regards to casino gambling and Medicaid expansion.
Facing South Florida: CPAC The 2016 presidential elections are still 21 months away, but a key first test for Republicans took place this week near Washington, DC. CPAC is the largest conservative gathering of the year, and Florida’s Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush were among the speakers. Jim analyzes what they and other conservative Republicans had to say with Miami Herald Political Writer Patricia Mazzei.
Facing South Florida: Reporters Roundtable Jim and his fellow journalists talk about Gov. Rick Scott’s campaign problems, Obamacare, county budget issues, the "Ultra" controversy, Beckham and the soccer stadium, and the presidential plans of Jeb Bush & Marco Rubio.
Facing South Florida: Miami-Dade ElectionsMiami-Dade County Mayor Carlos Gimenez and elections supervisor Penelope Townsley have decided to push back “re-precincting” until early 2015. We look at the impact the delay to evenly divide voters among precincts might have on voters and voting lines in the upcoming November election.
Facing South Florida: Poll Puts Clinton Ahead Of Rubio, BushMiami Herald political reporter Patricia Mazzei discusses the latest Florida polls including the hypothetical match-ups between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio as well as the state’s views on same-sex marriage, gun control and legalization of medical marijuana.