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Nonviolent Resistance. A Presidential Candidate Vs. Democracy

A Ministry of Risk – Philip Berrigan’s Writings on Peace and Nonviolence Edited by Brad Wolf From the battlefields of World War II to the front lines of peace activism, Philip Berrigan evolved from soldier...

Episode 17: Pro Se Experience in Federal Courts by Andrea Debose

In the federal court system, over three hundred thousand Pro Se represent themselves. A look into the Pro Se world was defending self in Federal Courts and winning. Today the interview will be with Ms. Andrea...
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Florida Rep. Joe Harding — the sponsor of “Don’t Say Gay” law — resigns after his fraud indictment

Florida State Rep. Joe Harding resigned his House seat after being charged with fraudulently obtaining coronavirus-related business loans.

MidPoint: Why Are My Electric Bills So High??

Monopolistic electric utilities in Florida have been caught cheating, scamming, and funding ghost candidates in our elections to maintain their outsize influence in State politics and keep their profits soaring.

Surly Voices: Male Fragility, Family Labels, Gillum’s Indictment

This week on Surly Voices, the Surly fems discuss the concept of male fragility, family labels, and Andrew Gillum’s indictment. Listen to the full episode here:https://sound.wmnf.org/sound/wmnf_220623_100600_surly1_460.MP3 Male Fragility Around Juneteenth As Juneteenth and Father’s Day...

MidPoint: City View with Patrick Manteiga

For over 100 years, Tampa has been the home of La Gaceta, the country's only trilingual newspaper and longest-running family-owned publication. La Gaceta has its fingers on the pulse of the city's politics and the...
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WaveMakers: Tampa Neighborhoods with Stephanie Poyner

Stephanie Poyner of the Tampa Homeowners Association of Neighborhoods and Creative Loafing's Justin Garcia talk about tensions in Tampa.
Mosaic sinkhole

Possible tear in the lining of Mosaic’s New Wales gypstack

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection reports a possible tear in the lining of Mosaic’s New Wales gypstack.

Florida Power & Light trying to undermine net metering for solar, according to newspaper report

Florida Power & Light is being accused of corruption in its fight to rewrite net metering laws concerning solar.

Ten years ago: Occupy Tampa holds first protest in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street

The first Occupy Tampa demonstration occurred on Saturday, September 24, 2011. WMNF republishes the story ten years later.
by Seán Kinane WMNF 2020 Nov 3 Election Day Gulfport (Pinellas County) Florida. Florida's most densely populated county. A swing county along the I-4 corridor in the country's largest swing state. Webb Meyer Twitty Biden Edmond 2020 Gulfport

Fair Districts Coalition hopes to avoid repeat of Florida’s contentious, gerrymandered 2012 redistricting

A group of civic organizations hopes to avoid a repeat of the 2012 redistricting debacle that led to numerous court battles and uncovered gerrymandering in the drawing of maps. The Fair Districts Coalition is calling...

Florida lawmakers call for reform after DOJ report finds ‘systemic’ sexual abuse in women’s prison

Florida lawmakers are calling for sweeping reforms after a Department of Justice investigation alleged a culture of “systemic” sexual abuse and cover-ups at a women’s prison in Ocala. State legislators last week held a Zoom...

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