For the casual audience tuning into Showtime on Sunday evenings, it’s not likely they’re searching for artful deconstructions of a nation in the midst of clandestine war, illegal surveillance, and retaliatory attacks on civilian populations. But for the award-winning Homeland, still laced with plenty of suspense, sex, and smut, this is precisely what is offered. Using character studies, thematic elements, […]
By Yaël Ossowski | Florida Watchdog ST. PETERSBURG — If Sen. Bill Nelson had his way, local police departments across the country would not only be empowered to go after criminals breaking local laws, but also enforce federal tax crimes related to fraud and identity theft. The Identity Theft and Tax Fraud Prevention Act, introduced by Nelson on July […]
By Yaël Ossowski | Florida Watchdog ST. PETERSBURG — In the last days before election time, the media narrative inevitably falls on tracking quick shifts in public sentiment or mood that may swing the general election, chiefly through public opinion polls and newspaper endorsements. Polls are reprinted almost daily, leaving plenty of interpretation from the pundits […]
More from my contribution to this week’s Human Events magazine: FLORIDA McCain stumps in Miami as Romney pulls ahead in Sunshine State With debates out of the way and a full accelerator on political advertising, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are in the last stretch to woo Florida’s independent, female and Latino, voting blocs that could […]
My Florida television debut on WTSP News 10 in Tampa, all about the potential for voter fraud and the very real attempt and to intimidate and deceive voters in one of the nation’s most important swing states. I was nabbed for the interview after I wrote “The All-Out Battle to Fix the Florida Elections.” Read […]
By Yaël Ossowski | Florida Watchdog ST. PETERSBURG — For the average voter in the state of Florida, questions about the legitimacy of the election process are about as common as candidates’ specific platforms or policies. In the year 2012, that mantra holds true again. In the past two weeks leading up to the general election, […]
Fresh off the news that the European Commission will continue its push to control national budgets across the European Union, UKIP leader Nigel Farage takes to the floor to once again uncover the perilous state of democracy on the once-civilized continent.
More from my contribution to this week’s Human Events magazine: FLORIDA Romney, Ryan, Biden in Sunshine State looking to persuade undecided voters More uncertainty abounds in the race to capture Florida, with only two weeks remaining before the election and more miles due to be logged by the Republican and Democratic candidates. Thursday, GOP vice presidential […]