The election was literally six days ago (well, okay, two days ago if you count Florida), and Florida Republicans are butthurt about the results. So the fine folks at Public Policy Polling thought it would be a neat idea to exploit that GOPer melancholy and the infinite sadness, and ask them to look ... More >>
When Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus was asked last month about Florida Gov. Rick Scott speaking at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, he offered a less-than-welcoming indication of Scott's role:"I'm sure he's got, I'm sure he's got plenty, uh, you know, I'm sure there's ... More >>
Harriet TubmanApparently there's great concern over Rep. Allen West's reelection bid, since Tea Party hero Joe Miller -- the guy who lost a Senate campaign in Alaska to a write-in candidate -- and his political action committee have started the "Allen West Defense Fund" to keep the congressman in ... More >>
Wasserman-SchultzLet's just get this out there, 'cuz somebody's gotta say it and the Infiniti-driving Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is apparently too thick-tongued to articulate anything other than decades-old talking points. So here it goes: Debbie Wasserman-Schultz did not lie, and did not display i ... More >>
The Drug Enforcement Agency, as part of the investigation into Anna Nicole Smith's death at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, conducted another raid on her doctor's office recently. Dr. Sandeep Kapoor reportedly wrote prescriptions for methadone to Smith's alias, Michelle Smith, and author ... More >>
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The front-page Super Bowl coverage sweepstakes go like this: The Sun-Sentinel is the big loser with a huge dud of a story leading its newspaper and website. The story starts with this thud: "The Super Bowl has become a major American ritual," and doesn't get any better. Third sentence: "An event s ... More >>
That gotcha moment at Florida Stage somehow gets away. So does the story.
Okay, the Miami Herald I understand. They need to play this story huge, because it's a huge story in their circulation area. So it's okay that they run another giant headline on the front page about Fidel. Hell, he is a god in Miami, an evil god perhaps (certainly to the expatriates), but a god no l ... More >>
Slow day so I thought I'd share a picture for you taken by NT photographer Colby Katz. It's Deerfield Beach Mayor Al Capellini at a recent city hall meeting. The gentleman in the blue shirt with outstetched hand at right is your peaceable Pulp host. I wonder why Cap doesn't seem happy to see me. It ... More >>
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