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Stay Cheesy

Stay Cheesy

One ingredient that is pretty ubiquitous with comfort food is cheese. Seriously—just take cheese, melt it and smoother it over a carb and you've got a comfort food on your hands.  But you don't [...]

From Life to War and Back

From Life to War and Back

Veterans transition at UWF By Jeremy Morrison War zones exist on a completely different plane than Pensacola, and the passage back and forth between the two worlds can be formidable. Even the [...]

Oliver Fires Back

Oliver Fires Back

County Administrator speaks out on his successes, failures and firing Following the Escambia County Commission’s termination vote, Randy Oliver stood from his chair and left the chambers. His [...]

The Case for Re-Election

The Case for Re-Election

In 2008 the Independent News endorsed Barack Obama for president. The weight of two wars, escalating healthcare costs, senseless inequality and economic uncertainty were on our minds when we made [...]

Presidential Election Side-By-Side

Presidential Election Side-By-Side

Barack Obama (I) D Age & Birthplace: 51; Honolulu, Hawaii Alma Mater: Occidental College, Columbia University (B.A.), Harvard Law School (J.D.) Occupation: 44th President of the United States, [...]

Surveying the Field

Surveying the Field

In an effort to help readers better familiarize themselves with local candidates on the November ballot, the IN sent surveys to the political hopefuls. The candidates were asked about issues [...]

Vote 2012: IN’s Election Guide

Vote 2012: IN’s Election Guide

A free press is a cornerstone of our American democracy—a press that can analyze and critique government officials, political parties and candidates without fear of arrest or imprisonment. Without [...]

IN’s Endorsements

IN’s Endorsements

STATE/REGIONAL U.S. Senator Chris Borgia, NPA Bill Gaylor, NPA Connie Mack, Rep Bill Nelson (I), Dem The sad truth is that the Republican U.S. Senators have shown little love for Northwest [...]

Nelson vs. Mack

Nelson vs. Mack

Florida’s Senate Race By Jeremy Morrison Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) is defending his U.S. Senate seat this year against Rep. Connie Mack, IV (R-Fla.). The two have been hustled onto a stage [...]

The Skinny on the Amendments

The Skinny on the Amendments

Just Vote ‘No’ to Whole Batch By Rick Outzen The Florida Legislature has placed 11 constitutional amendments on the ballot this November, which may be a record for the lawmakers. For any to [...]

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