Kenneth Bluh

Kenneth has been writing a column for Community Newspapers since 1989 when he first wrote about the incorporation movement in UMSA (Unincorporated Municipal Services Area). His columns cover the political scene in Miami-Dade and Tallahassee. Educated at the Wharton School in Philadelphia, Kenneth has been a member of the banking/mortgage lending profession in Florida since 1962. Contact him at kbluh@americanbsm.com or 786-247-0547 where he manages American Bancshares Mortgage LLC’s Reverse Mortgage Department.

Partisan politics in Washington hits a new low

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After days of editorial comment, the letter addressed to Iran’s leaders is now just referred to as “The Letter.” Forty seven Republican members of the Senate have stepped in and possibly damaged America’s ability to negotiate successfully a nuclear arms agreement with Iran. The letter addressed to Iran’s Supreme Leader, ...

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Keep my monthly $3.58 to use for education

Great reading in the Miami Herald that the our state is growing at such a pace that the governor has the pleasant task of cutting taxes and, at the same time, being able to increase spending in a number of vital areas of our state — paramount being education. Unfortunately, ...

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Gov. Rick Scott facing a revolt within his own party?

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Seems as soon as Rick Scott is reelected and sworn into office for a second term as governor of our fine state his fellow elected Republicans are distancing themselves from his inner circle. Problems in the Department of Corrections (prison system), problems in the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, problems ...

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