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Director of the Highlander Fund | Lake Highland Preparatory School   

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Mgr, Customer Collections (Credit & Collections) | Orlando Utilities Commission   

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Registered Nurse RN 3W Hepatology Multisystem Progressive Care Unit Part Time Days 7a 7p | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Foundation Vice President & CFO | Valencia College   

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Strengthen Your PeopleSoft Skills by Connecting with Subject Matter Experts and Collaborating ...   

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One of the most enjoyable parts of my job is meeting with customers at regional user group events, industry trade shows, and national conferences.  It offers the opportunity to have meaningful conversations about what you are planning to accomplish within your HR organization and how PeopleSoft can help.  It is also a great way for you to strengthen your PeopleSoft skills to add more value to your organization.  You will network with Oracle subject matter experts, partners, and other like-minded customers to collaborate and share lessons learned.

Customers often ask me which events they should attend since no one can afford to attend them all and no one has the spare time to attend the wrong one.  The answer really depends on your organization, location, and goals for attending, but I suggest picking two events per year - one regional and one national.  I also suggest sending multiple people per conference (functional and technical staff) so you can divide and conquer to experience as many sessions and make as many connections as you can.  

See below for the conferences that are on our radar for 2020, with a little perspective on each, and links for you to learn more.  Hopefully this will help with your conference planning this year.

Event Sponsor Dates Location Notes PeopleSoft Special Interest Group India Oracle Feb 5 - 6 Bangalore, India 2 day conference in Bangalore hosted by the PeopleSoft Development team. Attendees are customers and partners primarily based in India and the surrounding area and the content covers all major investment areas for PeopleSoft. Open World - UK Oracle Feb 11 - 13 London Annual conference for UK and EMEA customers primarily covering Cloud topics.  This year there is an  applcations unlimited track of sessions covering PeopleSoft, eBS, JDE, and Hyperion.  Registration for the conference and networking reception  is free. Higher Education for Alberta uDigit Feb 19 - 20 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Annual two day conference for higher education institutions in the province of Alberta.  APA Capital Summit American Payroll Association Mar 16 - 17 Washington, DC Annual trade show for Payroll professionals. PeopleSoft Ohio Regional User Group ORUG Mar 19 Dublin, OH Regional user group meeting for customers residing in or near Ohio. Typically happens once in the Spring and once in the Fall. Modern Business Experience (MBX) Oracle Mar 23 - 26 Chicago, IL Conference for customers running Oracle Cloud applications already, or interested in learning more about Cloud applications in the areas of HCM, Finance, Customer Service, and Supply Chain. Alliance Higher Education User Group / Public Sector User Group Mar 29 - Apr 1 Philadelphia, PA Largest PeopleSoft user conference.  Sponsored by the Higher Education and Public Sector User Groups.  The entire PeopleSoft Product Strategy team will be there to answer questions and present on a variety of topics. Collaborate Quest April 19 - 23 Las Vegas, NV Annual conference focused on a diverse group of Oracle customers - including PeopleSoft.  Offers a variety of technical and functional sessions. This year PSFT sessions will be focused on collaborative education on topics that transcend PeopleSoft such as Chatbots, Analytics, Cloud Infrastructure, Cloud applications, among others.  Collaborate is not a bad alternative to Open World if you are interested primarily in Oracle applications and their supporting technologies. Open World - Singapore Oracle Apr 21 - 22 Singapore Annual conference almost exclusively covering Cloud topics geared for those customers and partners based in or near Singapore Asia Pac region. PeopleSoft Northwest User Group PSNWRUG May 5 Seattle, WA Regional user group meeting for customers residing in the Northwest United States.  Typically happens once in the Spring and once in the Fall. PeopleSoft Partner Summit Oracle May 5 - 6 Pleasanton, CA Annual two-day conference for PeopleSoft implementation consulting partners.  Partners dedicated to the PeopleSoft product line learn about all the new investment areas that will allow them to help their customers get the most out of their PeopleSoft investment. APA Congress American Payroll Association May 5 - 8 Orlando, FL Educational conference and trade expo for Payroll professionals. Alliance Down Under 2020 Higher Education User Group May 12 - 14 Brisbane, QLD, Australia Regional user group meeting for Higher Education and Public Sector customers based in the Australia and New Zealand region. Typically takes place twice a year Southeast Regional User Group SRUG May 14 Atlanta, GA Regional user group meeting for customers located in the Southeast region of the U.S. PeopleSoft Upper Midwest Regional User Group UMRUG May 21 St. Paul, MN Regional user group meeting for customers residing in Minnesota or surrounding states. Oracle HR User Group OHUG June 7 - 10 New Orleans, LA Annual conference for customers running Oracle HR related products. Open World - Brasil Oracle June 17 - 18 Sao Paulo, Brasil Annual conference largely covering Cloud topics for Latin American customers and partners. Healthcare Industry User Group - Interact HIUG June 21 - 24 Phoenix, AZ Annual conference for Oracle customers in the healthcare industry Reconnect Quest July 21 - 23 St. Louis, MO Annual conference focused purely on PeopleSoft.  Sessions are typically longer to allow for deeper dive presentations.  If you are looking for one national level conference for your team to attend to learn as much as they can about PeopleSoft, this is the one.  All PeopleSoft Strategy team members will be attending. Southeast Regional User Group SRUG Sept 10 Atlanta, GA Regional user group meeting for customers located in the Southeast region of the U.S. Oracle Open World - US Oracle Sept 21 - 24 Las Vegas, NV Oracle's flagship user conference.  Location for this year is moving from San Francisco to Las Vegas.  The sessions and schedule of events may change from what has been typically done in years past at OOW, but we do not yet know what those changes will be.  Stay tuned! Southeast Alliance SEARUG / HEUG Oct 12 - 13 Durham, NC The Southeast Atlantic Regional User Group event for Oracle application customers residing in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. HR Tech HR Tech Oct 13 - 16 Las Vegas, NV Industry trade show for HR technology Southeast Regional User Group SRUG Oct 22 Orlando, FL Regional user group meeting for customers located in the Southeast region of the U.S. UK Oracle User Group UKOUG Nov 12 London, UK Conference focused on Oracle applications and technology for users in the United Kingdom PeopleSoft Northeast Regional User Group NERUG Nov 5 or 19 Boston, MA - Gillette Stadium Annual conference for PeopleSoft customers in the New England and surrounding area.  As of the time of this blog post, the date in November for the 2020 meeting has not yet been decided PeopleSoft Special Interest Group - Mexico Oracle 11-Nov Mexico City Meeting hosted by the PeopleSoft Product Strategy team for customers in Mexico          

 

If you are aware of a PeopleSoft event that is not listed here, please let me know at robbin.velayedam@oracle.com

 


          

Registered Nurse Pre-Op and PACU Ortho/ Thoracic FT Day | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Registered Nurse Neuro ICU FT Days | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Registered Nurse Neurosurgical Unit FT Nights | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Orlando, Florida, Job Description Description Registered Nurse IV AdventHealth Orlando Location Address: 601 E Rollins St, Orlando, FL 32803 Top Reasons to work at Adve
          

Introduction to Buddhism - 3 part series   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

Here's your opportunity to learn basic Buddhist teachings and etiquette. Each week we present one segment of the three segment series. Join us for any or all! This week is segment 2 and is presented on Thursday 7pm and Sunday 9:30a and again at 11a. Each segment is independent so don't wait for the first segment to start attending - Start today! All are welcome, all belong.

Orlando, FL 32822 - USA

Sunday, February 23 at 9:30 AM

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Buddhist Chanting Service - English/Chinese   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

Join us for a formal chanting service in the beautiful Main Shrine. From incense blessings to Sutra recitation to walking meditation the service is a wonderful experience for both new and old practitioners. Then if you like, join us for a Vegetarian lunch. All are welcome, all belong.

The English/Chinese chanting service is held on the last Sunday of each month. All other Sundays are in Chinese.

Orlando, FL 32822 - USA

Sunday, February 23 at 11:00 AM

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Buddhist Readings and Discussion   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

Come to learn Sutra and join in a lively discussion from a Buddhist perspective. It's informative, provocative and often amusing.

Orlando, FL 32822 - USA

Sunday, February 23 at 11:00 AM

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Temple Tour   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

Come join us for a tour of the temple. We will visit the entire building including the main shrine, tearoom, and Memorial Hall. If you wish, stay afterwords and join us for the vegetarian buffet at 1230 PM. Donations are appreciated.

New to Buddhism? Join us earlier at 9:30a for the “Intro to Buddhism” class.

Orlando, FL 32822 - USA

Sunday, February 23 at 11:00 AM

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"Budismo Humanístico”   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

"Budismo Humanístico” en nuestro idioma Español. Deseas saber técnicas, o prácticas, que de verdad trabajen para poder manejar el estrés, insatisfacciones, o inconvenientes que se nos presentan en nuestra vida cotidiana? Visitanos en el Templo Guang Ming 6555 Hoffner Ave, Orlando FL 32822, todos los Martes, de 7 30 a 9:00 pm.

Orlando, FL 32822 - USA

Tuesday, February 25 at 7:00 PM

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Introduction to Buddhism - 3 part series   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

Here's your opportunity to learn basic Buddhist teachings and etiquette. Each week we present one segment of the three segment series. Join us for any or all! This week is segment 2 and is presented on Thursday 7pm and Sunday 9:30a and again at 11a. Each segment is independent so don't wait for the first segment to start attending - Start today! All are welcome, all belong.

Orlando, FL 32832 - USA

Sunday, April 26 at 9:30 AM

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Temple Tour   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

Come join us for a tour of the temple. We will visit the entire building including the main shrine, tearoom, and Memorial Hall. If you wish, stay afterwords and join us for the vegetarian buffet at 1230 PM. Donations are appreciated.

New to Buddhism? Join us earlier at 9:30a for the “Intro to Buddhism” class.

Orlando, FL 32832 - USA

Sunday, April 26 at 11:00 AM

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Buddhist Readings and Discussion   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

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Orlando, FL 32832 - USA

Sunday, April 26 at 11:00 AM

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"Budismo Humanístico”   

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Guang Ming Buddhist Temple

"Budismo Humanístico” en nuestro idioma Español. Deseas saber técnicas, o prácticas, que de verdad trabajen para poder manejar el estrés, insatisfacciones, o inconvenientes que se nos presentan en nuestra vida cotidiana? Visitanos en el Templo Guang Ming 6555 Hoffner Ave, Orlando FL 32822, todos los Martes, de 7 30 a 9:00 pm.

Orlando, FL 32832 - USA

Tuesday, April 28 at 7:00 PM

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Orlando Festival: Productiemedewerker    

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Foundation Vice President & CFO | Valencia College   

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The best Airbnbs in Florida you can still book for spring break and beyond   

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  As winter's chill sets in, so does the desire to escape. For many, that chance comes sometime between February and April when many have a formal (or not so formal ) spring break from school or work.   Florida is a popular spring break destination for many reasons, namely the warm and pleasant weather, relatively cheap flights from several major US cities, and diverse offerings ranging from family-friendly resorts and theme parks to beautiful beaches and scenery.  To help narrow the field, we gathered a list of some of the best-reviewed Airbnbs across major destinations in Florida, with current availability for spring break 2020 (and beyond!), priced under $300 per night, with all the included amenities you'd want on vacation.  Read all Business Insider travel reviews and roundups here. Punxsutawney Phil may have predicted an early spring this year, but if you're anything like me, soon isn't soon enough. Thankfully for many, spring break is just a few short weeks away, and for a cheap, easy getaway, Florida checks off many desirable boxes. Easily accessible from most American cities, with relatively cheap and quick flights across the East Coast in particular, Florida offers everything from theme park magic with the likes of Walt Disney World or The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, as well as expansive family-friendly resorts, and stunning beaches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. I fondly remember my own spring breaks in Florida, which ranged from childhood Disney family vacations to trips with my college crew to Miami and Fort Lauderdale. They were always fun, easy to plan, and affordable. Prefer a hotel? Read all Business Insider hotel reviews here, or our list of the best Walt Disney World Hotels and Resorts. That's very much still the case, and so I gathered the following list of Florida Airbnbs that are well-reviewed, thoughtfully-designed, and comfortable whether you're seeking a week-long break, weekend escape, or getaway at any time of the year, chosen based on the following criteria: Airbnb listings are for the entire home (no one to judge you if 10 p.m. is still your bedtime, even on spring break). The home is priced between approximately $84 and $252 per night and available to book throughout the month of March, as of publishing time.  All are highly-rated Airbnb listings in popular Florida cities such as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Clearwater, Tampa, Sarasota, Panama City, and the Keys, with a review score of 4.7 or higher. Warmth is only enjoyable on your own terms – every listing has air conditioning, and many have access to a beach or pool, with necessary amenities like beach chairs or grills.  Properties are unique, modern, and accessible to area attractions such as the beach, nightlife, or theme parks. While we made an effort to keep nightly prices under $300, it's important to note that additional costs vary based on the host, and can include cleaning, facility, or resort fees, if applicable.  Ready to book? Just remember to pack extra sunscreen. Keep reading to book some of the best Airbnbs in Florida, ranging in price from $84 to $252 a night, and sorted by city.SEE ALSO: The 12 best Disney World hotels and resorts SEE ALSO: The best wellness resorts in the Caribbean SEE ALSO: When I visit Disney World I like to stay at Bohemian Hotel in Celebration, an Orlando suburb that looks plucked from a movie set — the town was originally created by the Walt Disney Company as a utopian community for Disney fans Miami: One-bedroom micro-studio in South Beach, $84 Book this South Beach apartment starting at $84 per night The colorful accents throughout this apartment are what initially caught my eye, but the real champion is the central South Beach location. Since this unit comes with beach towels, a beach blanket, an umbrella, and a cooler, it'll be tempting to stay on the beach all day. If you prefer variety, you'll find designer shopping nearby on Lincoln Road, and dining at countless trendy restaurants, followed by a night on the town.  Despite being listed as a micro-studio, this roomy unit still has two beds and can fit up to four guests, making it ideal for small families or friends. The hosts also own multiple units within the building, including smaller studios ideal for couples, and units that fit up to six guests. Reviewers warn of thin walls and potential for noise, but the hosts provide earplugs in case it gets too noisy. Aside from this one caveat, this listing has received rave reviews. Considering the location, it's an incredible value, and still available for March and April.  Rating: 4.78 Miami: Cozy one-bedroom home in Buena Vista, $116 Book this Buena Vista home starting at $116 per night Unlike many other Miami listings, this property offers the chance to stay in a house rather than an apartment. For this listing, it's all in the details. The bright blue "Eat" sign in the kitchen matches blue accents that appear across the home, right down to the bowls in the cabinet. Beach towels, an umbrella, and beach blankets are provided, and a travel crib is also available for new parents who crave a beach fix. Many reviewers cite the outdoor space as an advantage, specifically noting the various decks, grill, and even an outdoor garden as top features. One reviewer called the yard "gloriously tropical and serene; the photos simply don't do it justice." The full-sized kitchen and washer/dryer make it a great fit for a week-long stay, and it's walking distance to Midtown Miami and the Design District. Rating: 4.99  Miami: Contemporary one-bedroom studio in Coconut Grove, $149 Book this Coconut Grove apartment starting at $149 per night Rated five stars for communication, check-in, and location, the apartment's Superhost thinks of even the smallest of details, including a bottle of champagne upon arrival. I like how clean, simple, and elegant the listing is, with access to a pool, hot tub, and gym. Coconut Grove is full of shops and restaurants and part of Miami's revived downtown area. When you seek the sand, the beach is just a short ride away. The one-bedroom listing is also great for University of Miami parents, as the campus is just a 15-minute drive. Perhaps most notable is that it remains under $300 for the entire spring break season, and is almost entirely available through March and April.  Rating: 4.92 Miami: Trendy one-bedroom apartment in Wynwood, $170 Book this Wynwood apartment starting at $170 per night If you're looking to take advantage of Miami's vibrant art district, consider a base in vibrant Wynwood. This listing is just a short walk from the revered Wynwood Walls, which are an anchor of the local art scene, surrounded by plenty of shops and restaurants. The home harbors the same aesthetic of Wynwood itself: young, hip, and trendy. Its four-guest capacity is perfect for small groups (despite only having one bedroom), and the apartment is part of a larger complex with a pool and gym. Although it reaches the $300 price point during peak dates, the location, amenities, and availability make it a fine fit for art lovers.  Rating: 4.82 Miami: Ocean view one-bedroom studio in Miami Beach, $199 Book this beachfront apartment starting at $199 per night Nothing pleases me more than staying in an Airbnb that feels like a hotel and this property has all the makings of a dream beachfront stay. I like the sleek, modern decor coupled with resort-like amenities such as the pool, gym, and tennis courts, in addition to the prime beach location. It's also likely cheaper than you'll find at a nearby hotel in peak season. The well-reviewed Superhosts have other properties in the same building if this one books up, all of which are studio apartments. It's important to note that the price can rise to the $250-$300 range depending on desired dates.  Rating: 4.86 Orlando: Family-friendly two-bedroom condo in Kissimmee, $151 Book this Kissimmee condo starting at $151 per night This well-appointed condo would make a nice base for families or groups visiting Orlando and the Walt Disney World Resort area. There are two bedrooms, which can accommodate up to 10 people, and adults will appreciate the elevated style, while kids will like all the Mickey signage. When you're craving a break from Disney magic (just five miles away), this resort community offers plenty of perks: mini-golf, volleyball courts, and a pool complete with a lazy river and water slide, just to name a few.  Plus, the affordable price tag on this unit will help you save your money for the parks. Rating: 4.75 Orlando: 'Harry Potter' inspired five-bedroom home in Kissimmee, $195 Book this Kissimmee home starting at $195 per night "Harry Potter" fans, we've found the ultimate house for an upcoming visit to Universal's Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Just a 10-minute drive to the theme park, every inch of this home is covered in Hogwarts nostalgia and can accommodate up to 13 wizards or muggles with five themed-bedrooms. One reviewer raves: "This place is simply one of a kind, location is great and the communication with Sofi was outstanding. Despite having nine guests nobody felt cramped and all which is a testament to how well the property is designed. This is the Gold standard for being a SuperHost." Rating: 4.89  Orlando: Five-bedroom townhouse for Disney families in Kissimmee, $216 Book this Kissimmee townhouse starting at $216 per night This five-bedroom townhouse can accommodate up to 12 people and is only five miles from Walt Disney World. It's well-equipped with a full-sized kitchen and themed bedrooms for the kids or kids at heart, decked out in full Disney paraphernalia. When you inevitably tire out from the theme parks, retreat to this cozy space or take a dip in the community's on-site pool. Availability is a bit limited during peak spring break, but the size, proximity to the parks, and price should keep it on your Disney radar for all times of the year. Rating: 4.78  Hollywood: Sleek luxury one-bedroom condo, $199 Book this Hollywood condo starting at $199 per night With a minimalistic kitchen and waterfront terrace, this condo embraces luxury with hotel-like perks such as an inviting pool, hot tub, gym, and tennis court. It's directly on the beach, making it easy to maximize your time on the sand. Best for couples, it houses up to two guests. The apartment's shine has much to do with the fact that it's new, so there are only seven reviews at the time of this publishing, although past guests only have high praise. One reviewer states, "10/10 will stay again without a doubt. If you want to be blown away with the room, the view, the pool, location, etc. come to this place." Rating: 5.0 Fort Lauderdale: Relaxed one-bedroom pad, $99 Book this Fort Lauderdale apartment starting at $99 per night When I first came across this listing, I was shocked to see the high-end contemporary design for such a low nightly rate of $99. The granite kitchen, serene bathroom, and in-unit washer/dryer all make it a great pick for a week-long stay for up to four guests. Multiple reviewers note the shower as the highlight, with one describing it as "a dream shower with great pressure." The fenced-in pool is shared only between three units, so there's no rush for pool chairs in the morning. Consistent pricing makes it a worthy option for flexible travelers. Rating: 4.89  Tampa: Chic one-bedroom apartment, $102 Book this Tampa apartment starting at $102 per night Hardwood floors, a gorgeous kitchen, and minimalist lighting — can I live here? This apartment fit for four people is sophisticated and includes amenities like a lovely balcony, community pool, gym, and grill. It's also a five-minute drive to downtown Tampa, though, you may not want to leave. If this home gets snatched up, the Superhost also lists some other beautiful properties around Tampa.  Rating: 4.75  Sarasota: Quaint one-bedroom studio in Nokomis, $252 Book this Nokomis apartment starting at $252 per night This cute and cozy Sarasota home has all the makings of a tranquil couple's weekend. Facing the Gulf of Mexico, the waterfront studio comes complete with the necessary items to relax and escape, such as a deck dotted with beach chairs, chaise lounges on the water, and even complimentary housekeeping — just like you'd find in a hotel. One reviewer dubs it an "authentic 'Old School' Florida vacation bungalow." Rating: 4.92 Panama City: Beachy one-bedroom condo, $140 Book this Panama City Beach condo starting at $140 per night Panama City has long been the epicenter of spring break activity in Florida, but this picturesque beach house promises to be far more peaceful than you might expect of PC. Drink your morning coffee while gazing out at the ocean from the waterfront balcony, or grab a chair down by the beach or pool. With a King-sized bed and bunk beds, it accommodates up to six guests and would be great for families or friend groups. These Superhosts are particularly well revered for their cleanliness, and while they've only been reviewed 10 times, they've maintained a perfect rating.  Rating: 5.0 Key Largo: Resort-style one-bedroom apartment in Tavernier, $249 Book this Tavernier apartment starting at $249 per night The idyllic Florida Keys are known for stunning scenery and a slower, relaxed vibe and this property makes it easy to savor both. The apartment is actually part of a beach resort with breathtaking views, beach access, a great pool and hot tub, as well as tennis courts. It's new to Airbnb so reviews are limited, but the resort itself has an 8.0 rating on Booking. Aside from the basics, the resort also offers many standout perks, such as a poolside bar, an on-site restaurant, decks for fishing and boating, and grills.  Rating: 4.75 St. Petersburg: One-bedroom tiny house, $100 Book this St. Petersburg tiny house starting at $100 per night Tiny houses are all the rage, and this listing makes for a fun opportunity to try one without giving up your regular-sized lifestyle. Tiny but mighty, this St. Petersburg one-bedroom home can house up to four guests and is well-designed with hardwood floors and thoughtful details such as a bright blue coffee maker and nice outside deck. Tiny house also means tiny price, with rates well under $150 per night for most of March and April.  One reviewer gushes, "A great space! It was accommodating to everything I needed. It was a wonderful location, extremely clean and communication, the host was fantastic! I would definitely recommend staying here and would stay here again." Rating: 4.9  Clearwater: One-bedroom waterfront studio, $204 Book this Clearwater studio starting at $204 per night This listing is self-described by the Superhost as "the perfect space for a couple" and after looking a bit deeper, I must agree.  Complete with a waterfront view, beach chairs, and the option to rent jet skis and paddle boards, this studio comes with everything you might want in a beach vacation. Time spent on land will also be positive, based on past guest reviews noting the studio's cleanliness, coziness, and proximity to Clearwater's shops and restaurants.  Rating: 4.77  
          

Customer Service Sales Advisor - Orlando, FL 32707   

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Customer Service Sales Advisor Make a Difference: As a result of current economic conditions, our clients are looking for viable alternatives to their current benefit programs and the demand for our products and services has never been higher! Our Advisors can make a...
          

CT Technologist - PRN | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Pedriatic Respiratory Therapist FT | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Cardiac Sonographer - PT/ Evening | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Neurodiagnostics Technologist I (Non-Certified) FT Nights | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Full Show (Garrett/Rudolph, Astros' scandal, Floyd Mayweather, Ja vs. Zion, Orlando Scandrick joins)   

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-Do the latest developments change your view of the Garrett/Rudolph situation? (00:15) -What do you think of PFF’s latest free agent rankings, with Drew Brees at #1 over Dak Prescott and Tom Brady? (24:00) -How much does Kawhi winning All Star MVP heat up the Clippers/Lakers rivalry? (37:32) -Rob Parker joins to discuss the Astros’ cheating scandal. (52:27) -Orlando Scandrick joins to discuss the situation between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph. (1:09:02) -Does Floyd Mayweather have a case that he should have won Athlete of the Decade over LeBron? (1:19:30) -Orlando Scandrick returns to discuss whether Brady is really the 3rd most valuable free agent in the NFL. (1:31:43) -Do you agree with NFL.com’s list of most exciting athletes in sports, with LeBron, Tiger Woods, and Mike Trout at the top? (1:42:24) -Who will win Rookie of the Year: Ja Morant or Zion Williamson? (1:48:10) -Skip and Shannon react to the outcome of the Daytona 500, and news of Ryan Newman’s crash. (1:52:50)
          

Executive Director Clinical Strategy | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Registered Nurse Cardiac PCU FT Nights $10k Sign on Bonus | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Registered Nurse Cardiac PCU Orlando $10k Sign on Bonus | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Cardiovascular Invasive Lab Specialist IV Full Time Days | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Cardiovascular Invasive Lab Specialist II Full Time Days | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Cardiovascular Invasive Lab Specialist III or Registered Nurse Full Time Days | AdventHealth Greater Orlando   

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Partidos de oposición piden a JCE llamar a convocatoria para tratar tema de elecciones municipales   

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Catorce partidos de la oposición presentaron una posición conjunta ante la secretaría de la Junta Central Electoral (JCE) por el llamado a las elecciones municipales del 15 de marzo.

Los partidos hacen una solicitud de audiencia amparados en el artículo 25 de la ley orgánica de Régimen Electoral.
Las organizaciones entienden que ante los acontecimientos ocurridos en vísperas de las elecciones del 16 de febrero y luego de la decisión de la JCE de suspenderlas, este órgano debe activar la consulta previa con los partidos acreditados.

Orlando Jorge Mera, delegado del Partido Revolucionario Moderno (PRM), dijo en nombre del grupo que los representaste técnicos convocados por la dirección de elecciones no asistirán a la reunión programada para esta tarde en la JCE, si no se acoge el llamado de convocatoria urgente para tratar el tema de las reprogramadas elecciones.

Los partidos piden una urgente investigación sobre los hechos que llevaron a la suspensión del domingo 16 y con régimen de consecuencia, que se trate con ellos el tema del presupuesto para las elecciones municipales.

Para esta audiencia piden que sean convocados los observadores de la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) y Participación Ciudadana.

El artículo 25 de la ley orgánica de Régimen Electoral, en lo que se basan los partidos, se explica: “Audiencia con los partidos políticos. En aquellos casos que la Junta Central Electoral considere conveniente escuchar la opinión de los partidos políticos, convocará a una audiencia con estos fines, para conocer los planteamientos de éstos”. Fuente Ensegundos.do

          

Paliza pide a OEA “Junta Central Electoral regule uso de fondos públicos durante campaña”   

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SANTO DOMINGO.– Durante una reunión con la misión de observadores de la Organización de Estados Americanos (OEA) el presidente del Partido Revolucionario Moderno (PRM), José Ignacio Paliza, manifestó este miércoles la necesidad “de que la JCE regule el uso abusivo que hace el gobierno de los fondos públicos para tratar de imponer una voluntad electoral diferente a la que aspira el pueblo”.

La comisión de la OEA será la encargada de observar las elecciones municipales que serán celebradas en el país el domingo y las congresuales y presidenciales de mayo próximo.

Paliza expuso a los comisionados el interés del PRM de que ambas elecciones sean procesos democráticos, abiertos y participativos.

La reunión contó con la participación del candidato presidencial y líder de ese partido opositor, Luis Abinader, y Orlando Jorge Mera, presidente y delegado político ante la Junta Central Electoral (JCE).

estuvieron además, Sonia Guzmán, alta directiva, Deligne Ascención, secretario de Organización, Roberto Álvarez, director de Relaciones Internacionales del Gabinete Presidencial de Abinader y Daniel García Archibald, director de Comunicaciones  del Comando de Campaña.

La comitiva de la OEA estuvo encabezada por el ex presidente chileno Eduardo Frei, e integrada por Gerardo de Icaza, director del Departamento para la Cooperación y Observación Electoral de la OEA; Aracelis Azuara, representante de la Secretaría General de la OEA en República Dominicana; Cristóbal Fernández, subjefe de Misión; Brenda Santamaría, jefa de sección de Observación Electoral; Fernando Pérez, asesor del Jefe de Misión; y Mireya López, oficial de prensa.
Fuente El Nuevo Diario 


          

The Progressive Prosecutor Project    

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The Progressive Prosecutor Project

How and why the nation's crime busters are becoming criminal enablers 
But no—the new San Francisco DA actually has in mind an immigration defense unit. He wants to assign a staff of prosecutors to protect undocumented aliens—those who are either illegal and thus deportable to begin with, or for whom a criminal conviction could result in loss of lawful status and thus eventual deportation. The unit’s enforcement target would be not the law violators but the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents who enforce federal laws, along with any local police and corrections officials who have the temerity to assist ICE in that endeavor. The prosecutors’ mission, in the words of their new boss, would be to “stand up to Trump on immigration”—the president having made signature issues of border security and the stepped-up deportation of aliens who flout the laws.That kind of immigration unit is not something you’d expect to find in a district attorney’s office. But of course, neither would you expect, upon this new DA’s election, a victory party marked by ear-splitting chants of “F*ck POA!” The POA is the Police Officers Association.
May I introduce to you, then, a new and uniquely destructive actor on the 21st-century scene: the progressive prosecutor.
For such law “enforcers,” the obstruction of immigration-law enforcement barely scratches the surface. The agenda here is to obstruct prosecution itself. It is, to quote Chesa Boudin, the newly elected progressive prosecutor described above, “a movement…rejecting the notion that, to be free, we must cage others.”
The movement he mentions is self-consciously racialist. It is not merely heedless of, but fiercely hostile to acknowledgement of, one signally inconvenient fact: The disproportionate incarceration rate for African Americans in comparison to their proportion of the overall population (like the closely related higher rate of crime victimization suffered by African-American communities) is due to striking differences in behavior. For all the chatter about “reform,” what the left calls “mass incarceration” is not principally a criminal-justice issue. It is the glaring symptom of a cultural issue, inextricably intertwined with what progressive governance has done to erode bonds of family, faith, and intermediate institutions that not so long ago had pride of place over the individual’s ties to (and dependence on) the state.
But you are not to see it that way. For progressive prosecutors, it is not that young black males commit strikingly more crimes than other demographics; it is that the system is endemically racist, both willfully and unconsciously. And pay no mind to the record-high minority recruitment in police departments and prosecutors’ offices, many of which are now led by black and other minority officials. Far from serving as the solution to systematic racism, they simply serve as cover when they join these indelibly bigoted institutions. The mass-incarceration “crisis,” we are to believe, stems from the bigoted targeting of “oppressed” populations for investigation.
We are told we inhabit not a constitutional republic but a “carceral state” when 2.2 million people, out of a population of 330 million, are in custody after being proved guilty of felonies beyond a reasonable doubt, followed by multiple rounds of appeal in a justice system run predominantly by political progressives—a “carceral state” that is the envy of the world (or haven’t you noticed that our immigration enforcement “crisis” involves millions seeking to enter and stay in the United States).
By the movement’s lights, the very act of policing, of enforcing the laws enacted by the people’s representatives, is an exercise in race-based persecution. Indeed, in its most triumphalist iteration—and it is really feeling its oats these days—the movement would eliminate police departments. Not tame them. Not scale them back. Eliminate them.
Criminal-justice “reform” is all the rage these days. Not just on the political left but across the bipartisan Beltway, with more momentum under President Donald Trump than it has ever enjoyed. (His Super Bowl commercial touted his work in this area.) This periodically astonishes those of us still mindful of our good fortune to live in an era of historically low crime, wrought by the intelligence-driven revolution in policing begun in the early 1990s.
The Manhattan Institute’s Steven Malanga crunches the numbers that a generation of domestic tranquility has bleached from memory and reports: “The nation’s violent-crime rate blasted from 161 crimes per 100,000 people in 1960 to 364 a decade later, reaching a terrifying summit of 758 in 1991.” In the early 1990s, however, law-enforcement principles guided by information technology and gimlet-eyed social science were pioneered by New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, along with his police commissioner, Bill Bratton. They included such innovations as “Compstat,” a system that enabled precinct commanders to allocate police assets based on timely crime statistics, and the “broken windows” theory posited in 1982 by James Q. Wilson and George Kelling, which championed the cultural and intelligence-gathering benefits of taking action against petty crime.
The results were transformative, and they spread across the country. Law and order were restored as the norm of the streets, gentrifying neighborhoods that had been riven by decades of gang violence and law-breaking. In the past 30 years, violent crime in New York City has plummeted an astonishing 70 percent. In 1990, there were 2,245 people murdered in New York City; in 2018, the number was 289, a decline of 80 percent, even though the city’s population had increased by more than a million (to about 8.5 million) in that span. (Murders ticked up to 318 in 2019, but that’s still just a fraction of 1980s carnage and compares favorably to the worrisome but still historically low 335 murders recorded in 2016.) New York is a trailblazer but not an outlier: Violent crime has been cut in half nationwide since 1990, and property crimes reduced slightly more than that.
Nevertheless, success can be its own undoing. The crime waves that washed over America from the tumultuous 1960s into the 1990s are not in the conscious memory of young Americans. New Yorkers graduating from college today were toddlers when Rudy Giuliani was mayor. Americans of a certain age, especially those of us who spent much of our professional lives fighting crime, remember the Bad Old Days and scoff at the conceit that they could not come back—and do so far more quickly than it took to suppress this manifestation of evil, an enduring human condition. Yet, as Malanga adroitly observes, the revival of urban neighborhoods has lured the well-to-do to cities. Among those relocating are college graduates attracted by the prospect of tech-sector careers. Those products of American higher education have “the progressive beliefs typical of their demographic.”
To say this demographic is spearheading a resurgence of progressive urban governance understates the matter. It is one thing to be soft on crime. Today, the hard-left shock troops who are ascendant in Democratic Party politics are fighting The War on Cops, to adopt the fitting title of Heather Mac Donald’s deeply researched book.
And ingeniously front and center in the waging of this war is the Progressive Prosecutor Project.
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Progressives grasp, in a way their political adversaries mostly do not, that executive power is the change agent in modern society. The Framers had in mind a vision of limited government in which power was divided and distributed among components that would be motivated to check one another—separate state and federal sovereigns, and within each, discrete executive, legislative, and judicial branches. It is a cliché to speak of the latter as “co-equal” branches of government. The founding conception was that legislative power—close to the people, endowed with the authority to enact law, create courts and agencies, make rules for them, and control their budgets—would be primus inter pares.
A century-plus of progressive governance has dramatically overhauled this construct. The executive is now the principal locus of power. The complexity of modern society, the theory runs, requires ever greater interventions by bureaucracies to which legislatures delegate their regulatory authority. Most of this administrative state ultimately answers to the chief executive, who is empowered to make key appointments and impose policy direction. Legislative authority is marginalized. The executive both manages the bureaucracy and, more significantly, exercises discretion regarding which laws get enforced.
In the arena of criminal justice, this implicates the venerable doctrine of “prosecutorial discretion.” Properly applied, prosecutorial discretion is nothing more than common-sense resource-allocation guidance. Law-enforcement assets (police, prosecutors, administrative support, and, ultimately, courts and prisons) are finite. It would not be possible to prosecute every crime, no matter how trivial. Nor would such overbearing enforcement comport with a free society. Therefore, prosecutors are given broad discretion to prioritize the enforcement of some laws at the expense of others (say, to focus more on gang violence and drug trafficking than financial-institution fraud if that’s what local conditions call for). Government attorneys also get to determine which offenders merit prosecution as opposed to some form of diversion (e.g., unconditional non-prosecution for a given offense, adjournment of an arrest case in contemplation of dismissal without formal charges after a period of good behavior, counseling or community service in lieu of indictment, and so on).
Prosecutorial discretion, picking and choosing which cases to pursue, should be and has historically been unremarkable. But like any discretionary authority, it can be abused. If the weighing of the merits of prosecution based on the facts of individual cases morphs into a programmatic decision not to prosecute various categories of crime, it becomes an executive veto of the community’s right to define and punish penal offenses through its legislative representatives.
This flouts the foundational executive duty to execute the laws faithfully. Similarly, if what is rationalized as “prosecutorial discretion” devolves into charging decisions that are based on class distinctions, particularly race, as opposed to a color-blind assessment of the criminal histories of suspects in individual cases, this eviscerates the bedrock principle of equal protection. It undermines the rule of law itself.
And here we see how muscular, how potentially transformational, is the power of the prosecutor.
If a state or local legislature dared to enact a law that made such distinctions as race, ethnicity, or sex dispositive of, or even relevant to, the decision to prosecute, such a law would promptly be invalidated on constitutional grounds. It would either be thrown out by the courts or repealed due to public outcry. Similarly, a judicial ruling that endorsed such invidious discrimination would quickly be reversed by appellate courts or legislative action.
District attorneys, by contrast, can achieve the same noxiously discriminatory result without any fuss—through the pretextual exercise of prosecutorial discretion. At first, it would be done subtly, ostensibly on a case-by-case basis, as if the merits of each suspect, rather than class distinctions, were driving the result. But as the public grew gradually inured to the notion that such distinctions were a legitimate factor in prosecutorial determinations, our assumptions would change, and so would the facts on the ground.
Eventually, we would come to the stage the left believes we have now reached: A critical mass of people in urban centers have bought into narratives about the racialist bias of law enforcement, so much so that progressives are comfortable brandishing them in campaigns for public office. These narratives are no longer up for debate in a growing number of cities where progressives dominate the political system, the media, and, increasingly, top-tier positions at law-enforcement agencies.
The key to understanding the Machiavellian brilliance of the Progressive Prosecutor Project is this: As a matter of constitutional law, no legislature or court has the power to order a prosecutor to charge any crime against any person. In our system, prosecution is exclusively an executive call. Practically speaking, short of voting a rogue district attorney out of office, there is no remedy for abusive discretionary omissions—decisions not to prosecute. To be sure, if a prosecutor performs some affirmative illegal act while enforcing the law, there are legal remedies available—motions to suppress evidence, lawsuits against government, potentially even prosecution. But omissions are a different story. It is nigh impossible to force prosecutors to take enforcement action. Thus, a willful district attorney has enormous power to install non-prosecution as the default policy.
Realizing this, the left’s social-justice warriors have grasped that the control of prosecutorial power may be the most effective route to rapid societal transformation. It is transformation driven not by law, logic, or a half-century’s empirical data on offense behavior and policing methods, but by cultural Marxist narratives: the criminal-justice system and its law-enforcement agencies as a superstructure reifying America’s pervasive racism, xenophobia, and forcible oppression of The Other.
Equally important, prosecutorial power is attainable at the ballot box. For the most part, district attorneys, who oversee state prosecution at the municipal level throughout the United States, are elected officials. (By contrast, United States attorneys, who oversee federal prosecutions, are Senate-confirmed appointees of the president.) But the vast majority of DA elections have not traditionally been high-profile, high-dollar affairs, in the way contests for governor and mayor tend to be. This, despite the fact that top prosecutors wield enormous power, setting the priorities and parameters of police enforcement action, which determine whether order or chaos reigns supreme on the streets.
DA candidates tend to be politically active lawyers who have gained prosecutorial experience as young attorneys before moving on to respected law firms. They are slated by their party to run for the chief prosecutor position. Often, these races are not competitive. In de facto one-party governance (Democratic), which controls most urban centers, the DA candidate runs virtually unopposed, the real contest limited to any intraparty vying for the nomination.
Consequently, DA positions have been ripe for the taking. Over the last few years, a network of progressive activists backed by big money has seized the day.
Most notable is George Soros, the 89-year-old billionaire investor and currency trader, whose Open Society Foundations lavishly fund leftist causes and politicians. As noted by the left-leaning scholar Rachel Elise Barkow (in her provocative bestseller, Prisoners of Politics: Breaking the Cycle of Mass Incarceration), DA campaigns are traditionally modest affairs, with budgets that seldom exceed five-figure fundraising. This creates an opportunity, and the Soros network has pounced, overwhelming the field by pouring millions of dollars into the coffers of favored candidates.
The Open Society Foundations network is joined in its effort by other progressive actors—Democratic trial lawyers, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the Civic Participation Action Fund, such political action committees as Color of Change and Real Justice, and Black Lives Matter. Together they have backed and supported the electoral efforts of progressive prosecutors in Chicago, Denver, Houston, Orlando, St. Louis, Mississippi, Louisiana, Georgia, New Mexico, and elsewhere.
Barkow intuits that the lesson is that overtly progressive agendas can win if they have sufficient financial support to get their message out. I’m more inclined to believe that, at least for now, in cities living off the low-crime legacy of the intelligent policing revolution, hard-left community organizers resonate with heavily Democratic constituencies because they now outspend, as well as outwork, left-leaning moderates.
The progressive prosecutor is perhaps best instantiated by the aforementioned San Francisco DA. He is 39-year-old Chesa Boudin, the honoree at that raucous anti-cop victory celebration and pioneer of the anti-enforcement approach to enforcement. If the name has the faint ring of the dim and distant past, there is a good reason. Yale- and Oxford-educated Boudin is the son of Weather Underground terrorists Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert. Alas, his parents were not around for his formative years. Still an infant on October 20, 1981, Chesa was left with a sitter as they went off with their Black Liberation Army confederates to execute the infamous Brinks armored-car robbery in Nanuet, New York—a blow against the indelible racism of AmeriKKKa, in which the plotters murdered a private security guard and two police officers, including Waverly Brown, a U.S. Air Force combat veteran who had become Nyack’s first African-American police officer.
Airbrushed into an “author and activist,” Gilbert is still serving his murder sentence. Released after decades in custody, Kathy Boudin is now—you’ll no doubt be shocked to learn—the co-founder and co-director of Columbia University’s Center for Justice. There, she studies the effects of (what else?) mass incarceration while agitating for criminal-justice reform.
Chesa was raised in Chicago by their Weatherman comrades Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, two other terrorists who escaped prosecution due to the excesses of the FBI’s COINTELPRO scandal (“Guilty as sin, free as a bird,” as Ayers himself put it). They, too, have been reinvented as distinguished academics. Dohrn, co-author of the terrorists’ “Declaration of a State of War” against the United States, recently retired from her perch as a clinical law professor at Northwestern’s Children and Family Justice Center. Ayers retired as a Distinguished Professor of Education at the University of Illinois. In 1997, he penned A Kind and Just Parent, a scathing indictment of the American justice system, which he analogized to South Africa under apartheid. Barack Obama, then a young Chicago pol and acquaintance of Ayers and Dohrn, raved that the book was a “searing and timely account.”
As he recounts in his memoir Gringo: A Coming of Age in Latin America, Chesa Boudin cut his political teeth as a translator and think-tank researcher for Hugo Chavez’s regime. In this, he was tracing the footsteps of Ayers, a frequent visitor to Venezuela and devotee of the Bolivarian revolution’s education “reforms”—and how well that is all working out! Boudin eventually joined the San Francisco public defender’s office but did not try cases and had no prosecutorial experience when he ran for DA.
In that progressive paradise, though, he is radical royalty, his candidacy lauded by Senator Bernie Sanders, Communist icon Angela Davis, Islamist apologist Linda Sarsour, and Shaun King, the civil-rights activist and Black Lives Matter promoter. His fundraising blew away the field, led by Soros ally Chloe Cockburn (program manager for criminal-justice reform at the Open Philanthropy Project, a left-wing mega-donor, after a stint as counsel to the ACLU’s “campaign to end mass incarceration”). Also included among Boudin supporters were such Soros-backed ventures as the Tides Foundation and the Brennan Center for Justice.
No one will ever describe the new DA as abashed. He vows to dial back what he frames as undue police focus on people of color, the implication being that it is police animus against people of color—not the fact that communities of color are inordinately victimized by crime—that generates arrests, prosecutions, and imprisonment. Boudin would halt prosecution of minor “quality of life” offenses—essentially rejecting the “broken windows” approach.
His campaign promises included ending both the cash bail system and enhanced sanctions against gang members. Repealing cash bail is a hard-left hobby horse, a storyline that accused felons languish in prison for nonviolent crimes because they are minorities of minimal means, while the well-to-do are sprung. In reality, bail is presumptively granted to all arrestees (they are presumed innocent until proven guilty), but it is denied in cases that present some combination of a serious offense, an accused with an extensive criminal history, and strong indications that the accused is apt to abscond. It is fair enough to argue that the rich should not escape pretrial detention in cases that call for it; but it is preposterous to contend that, to achieve equal justice, we should just indiscriminately release everyone, heedless of the risks of danger to the community, intimidation of witnesses, and flight.
In the eyes of the left, anti-gang measures such as intelligence databases, enterprise prosecutions, and sentencing enhancements are seen as pretexts for surveillance and harassment of poor communities—vehicles by which the dominant white class keeps people of color checked and “caged.” In point of fact, gang-related crime results in higher punishments because (a) it is inherently violent (even the ostensibly nonviolent offenses are abetted by the well-earned reputation for brutality), (b) it accounts for an inordinate amount of total crime, and (c) the heinous effects of gang crime are disproportionately inflicted on poor communities. In New York City, for example, City Journal’s Robert A. Mangual notes that gangs are responsible for between 30 and 40 percent of homicides and nearly half of total shootings. Fully 20 percent of shootings in the city occur in public housing projects, though only 5 percent of the population inhabits them. That is precisely because they are hotbeds of gang activity and rivalry.
Besides thwarting immigration enforcement, Boudin plans to prioritize investigations into excessive-force claims against police. For felons, by contrast, he would establish a unit specializing in the reexamination of prior convictions for legal flaws—i.e., diverting resources from protecting the public against ongoing crime to the mitigation of convicts’ criminal histories.
Overarchingly, Boudin rejects the premise that prosecution and imprisonment are the proper way for, you know, prosecutors to address crime. Alternative techniques, such as “restorative justice,” would be implemented. This is the newfangled theory that crime is not a matter of willful predator and innocent victim. Rather, crime is a societal phenomenon in which there is no individual agency or culpability, just a congeries of players (the person directly wronged, the accused defendant, the families of each, the investigators and administrators), all victimized, all assuming the roles imposed by a “broken system.” Instead of prosecution, instead of all that handwringing over who mugged whom, shouldn’t we all just talk it out?
Boudin is the paragon of the Progressive Prosecutor Project’s aspirations. But the project has been underway for a number of years, providing good examples of progressive prosecutors in action. In 2017, Philadelphia elected Larry Krasner. Named for brotherly love, the city is better known today for its cauldrons of crime. Krasner, as progressive pols like to say, has a plan for that. Because high levels of arrest, prosecution, and mass incarceration are caused by the justice system, this dolorous situation can be reversed only if we stop prosecuting so many people, stop seeking bail for arrestees, water down the charges against people who are prosecuted, and then accelerate the release of people already in custody.
Krasner has thus homed in on a favorite piñata of the Progressive Prosecutor Project: mandatory-minimum sentencing provisions. These statutes instruct judges, upon a defendant’s conviction for certain serious felonies, to imprison that defendant to some minimally required period of time (say, five years for rape; or 10 years on a second violent felony conviction). Probation and similar slaps on the wrist are not options.
The left howls that this divests judges of the discretion to administer individual justice with empathy and compassion, the hallmark of judging. In fact, mandatory minimums are enacted by the people’s representatives because they reflect the community’s judgment that serious crimes warrant prison time. The purpose of punishment is not merely to address the accused’s need for rehabilitation but the public’s need for retribution, incapacitation of (typically) habitual offenders, and deterrence. Judges are legal elites who hail from the same self-proclaimed progressive academic institutions as the new breed of prosecutors. Many of them buy the narrative and prioritize the interests (and the perceived victimhood) of the accused over those of the community. Without mandatory minimums, they would not incarcerate sociopaths whom it is imperative to sideline.
Now, there is a worthy argument that some mandatory minimums are too draconian. Again, though, these provisions are statutory, so they can be (and in some cases have been) tapered back. Plus, if real injustice is done in individual cases, the governor’s pardon power (or the president’s at the federal level) can alleviate it by reducing sentences. But if our choice is between unaccountable judges or elected representatives answerable to the people most affected by crime, most of the public would favor putting in the legislature’s hands decisions about what prison terms are minimally necessary for serious crimes.
Knowing that, the progressive prosecutor usurps the decision for himself. Krasner’s office defeats these minimum-sentencing statutes by not invoking them, even if the criminal conduct at issue fits the statute prescribed by the legislature. Rather, it engages in fictional “fact-pleading”—pretending, at the charging or pleading stage, that the offense did not occur, or reimagining it into vanilla crime. In so doing, Krasner’s people erase indicia of violence, firearms, drug-weight, and other factors that trigger statutory minimums. In one case that left many Philadelphians speechless, a defendant shot and nearly killed a store owner during a brutal hold-up, and thus potentially faced decades in the slammer on attempted murder, aggravated assault, and robbery charges. Krasner struck a plea deal that will allow the felon to serve as little as three-and-a-half years’ imprisonment. Alas, this is what Philadelphians voted for when they elected their new DA.
The same was true when Chicagoans, the residents of the nation’s murder capital, elected Kim Foxx the DA of Cook County in 2016. She is yet another Soros progressive prosecutor, who campaigned on the standard “disparate impact” delusion: The justice system must be structurally bigoted because minority defendants are prosecuted at numbers that vastly overrepresent their proportion of the population. But it was the Jussie Smollett debacle in 2019 that thrust Foxx into the national spotlight. An openly gay African-American actor who was starring in a cable-television drama, Empire, Smollett claimed to have been subjected to a vicious attack by Trump supporters shouting racist and homophobic slurs. The incident spurred a major police investigation, with dozens of personnel working long hours to interview witnesses, pursue suspects, and conduct forensic analysis. The effort yielded powerful evidence that the actor himself had staged the “assault.”
When Smollett was finally arrested for filing a fraudulent police report, Foxx was contacted by a friend, Tina Tchen, who vouched for the Smollett family and admonished that there were “concerns” about how the police conducted the investigation. (Tchen just happens to have been chief of staff to former First Lady Michelle Obama.) Foxx intervened, contacting a Smollett family member and trying to pressure Chicago police to let the FBI take over the case. In the resulting uproar, she intimated that she had recused herself but did not do so formally. After Smollett was indicted on 16 counts, Foxx’s top aides abruptly dismissed the case for a song: a few hours of community service and the forfeiture of $10,000 in bail, while the court sealed the case file from prying public eyes.
Foxx insists this was not sweetheart treatment but the level of punishment commensurate with a nonviolent crime committed by a first offender. Having been extraordinarily taxed by the demands of the investigation, the police remain livid and the FBI is said to be exploring potential federal charges (a tough case for the feds to make when it is state law enforcement that has been obstructed). Foxx’s kid gloves, meanwhile, extend liberally to violent criminals, too. As she hews to the progressive prosecutor template of minimizing prosecutions and sentences, police increasingly find that suspects arrested for serious felonies are preying on the streets despite lengthy rap sheets. Crime is beginning rise again, and, naturally, the spike is mainly detectable in the poorest neighborhoods.
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Prepare to spot a trend. With its foundation built on scandalous fictions, the Progressive Prosecutor Project cannot help but imperil the public and squander the urban flourishing achieved by the historic reduction of crime. This becomes clearer each day. The racial scapegoating of cash bail, for example, has been taken to parodic heights in New York, which has dispensed with bail entirely for broad categories of crime regarded as “nonviolent.” Gotham, the original laboratory for intelligent policing, is becoming the Progressive Prosecutor Project writ large. The results would be comical if not so dangerous.
In the first weeks of the new law, a bank robber named Gerod Woodberry was released multiple times during a string of six attempted heists—sometimes detained just long enough to have lunch between robberies and marvel that he was not kept in custody. The rationale? Woodberry’s modus operandi is to hand tellers a threatening note rather than confront them at gunpoint. Hence, he is deemed a “nonviolent bank robber.” (Federal authorities, who are not subject to state anti-bail provisions, finally stopped the madness, charging and detaining Woodberry pending trial, under U.S. law.) Meantime, a raging anti-Semite named Tiffany Harris physically assaulted three women while screaming “F-U Jews” at a Hanukkah observance in Crown Heights. She was released—not violent enough, you see—only to sucker punch another young woman the following day in Prospect Heights.
Of course, bail is only an issue because we have police making arrests. In Seattle, progressives are thus working on a “reform” that would simply abolish the police department. Documentary filmmaker Christopher Ruso recounts in the City Journal that Sean Scott, who came within a hair of winning election to the municipal legislature, campaigned on a platform of defunding the “police state” that “steer[s] many black and brown bodies back into, in essence, a form of slavery.” One of Scott’s allies in “build[ing] towards a world where nobody is criminalized for being poor” is Kristen Harris-Talley, who briefly sat as an appointed city councilwoman. She traces the origin of policing to slavery: “How do you reform an institution that from its inception was made to control, maim, and kill people?”
Now, Americans are not going to abolish the police any time soon. And there are glimmers of hope that the Soros funding network has become sufficiently notorious that it will no longer sneak up on unsuspecting cities and towns. In the last cycle, its DA candidates were defeated in California and upstate New York, with voters more antagonized than enticed by the anti-enforcement agenda and the incursion of out-of-state progressive ideologues and funding streams, seeking upheaval, not sensible reform.
Then again, Chesa Boudin’s candidacy, and the agenda he champions without apology, would have been inconceivable a decade ago, even in San Francisco. Now, he is the elected DA, an undeniably charismatic leader of a movement that, however patently destructive upon close scrutiny, has real traction in our cities. It has become a commonplace for clueless pols to wax delirious over criminal-justice reform—craving any glimmer of bipartisan light in our deeply divided politics. We’d do well to resist the kumbaya moment. Crime was suppressed, to the nation’s great benefit, by clear thinking about the willfulness of offenders, and the realization that compassion is owed, first and foremost, to the aggrieved. The reformers prominently include progressive prosecutors and their patrons, who would have us unlearn those hard lessons. They are making real strides toward the dystopia we thought we’d left behind.
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