Did you know that if needed, the Department of Veterans Affairs will reinforce the American medical system during challenging times such as the ones we’re currently experiencing fighting the Coronavirus pandemic? It’s true. Here in Orlando, it would be in the best interest to bring in the VA’s facilities in
As the people of Orlando try to survive the Coronavirus disaster, it’s elected officials decided to implement a shutdown of Orange and Osceola counties. A move that runs opposite of other counties in the area, and will force lower middle class workers to struggle to make ends meet as their
As Orlando leaders continue to fight back against the Cornoavirus by shutting down everything, the solution that will leave many workers stuck at home as the bills accumulate, could actually be part of the problem that may result in more cases. We’re talking about dense multi-family housing that has gone
If you haven’t seen them already, you might start noticing plexiglass around the cashiers at grocery stores. The latest retail protection measure in the battle against the Coronavirus. I believe it’s a real possibility that those barriers may be in Orlando to stay. While I enjoy going to my Publix
Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried has raised her profile during the Coronavirus crisis. She’s done this primarily through importing partisan beliefs from New York and California and calling on Governor Ron DeSantis to shut down Florida. Fried survived a recount in 2018 to become the only statewide member of her party
This afternoon, Orange County leaders installed a shelter-in-place order that will keep workers that are considered non-essential at home as the region continues to battle the Coronavirus. While both sides of the debate present very credible points, the decision at this point of time will only hurt the most vulnerable
Over the weekend Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried called for a statewide shutdown of Florida. This comes after New York and California decided to issue orders of their own in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic. Unfortunately for Commissioner Fried, her opinion is more political than pragmatic at this point.
As Central Florida continues to deal with the Corona virus crisis by closing public areas and enforcing a curfew, many are frustrated that Orlando’s youth population continue to spend time with each other, ignoring the advice of their elders judging them on social media and shaking their fists at them