How grand was Charlie Crist's arrival at yesterday's Democratic Party rally in Boynton Beach? See also: - Is Charlie Crist Florida's Next Governor? The silver-haired politico entered handshaking, working his way through the crowd as it rose to its feet; then he spotted, across the hall, the Rev. ... More >>
In a controversial decision to allow advertising along trails and greenways in the state parks system, the Department of Environmental Protection on April 3 inked a deal with Bikepath Country Florida, a Fort Myers company whose managing partners include two powerful Tallahassee insiders. See also: ... More >>
The Palm Beach County Human Rights Council, a group dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, have released their list of candidates they're endorsing. Among them, President Barack Obama, West Palm Beach Attorney and police officer Dave K ... More >>
Joyous news, proselytizers of the world -- if Gov. Rick Scott signs the bill that the Florida House passed moments ago, Florida public school districts will now totally have the ability to allow prayer in public schools.The bill, SB 98, doesn't explicitly allow prayer in schools, but it does ... More >>
Alright, Davis beats Smith in a close race (which I thought would be even closer). That's what Smith gets for selling his soul to Big Sugar (B.S.) and using dirty political ploys to try to fool voters into thinking Davis was anti-Semitic and racist. The victory sets up what I think is going to be a ... More >>
In this primary season, these political superheroes really stand out.
A black man is killed by an 81-year-old white driver, and she's pretty happy about it.
Rod Smith, Sack O' Shit The Tribune Co.'s Tallahassee team, Linda Kleindienst and Jason Garcia, tell us of the shameless political smear being used against U.S. Rep. Jim Davis, who is vying against Rod Smith in the Democratic gubernatorial primary. Seems some unsavory folk are spreading the informat ... More >>
-- The Sun-Sentinel's Gregory Lewis had some strong stories over the weekend, starting with a look at some of the real issues involved in the fight over the mosque in Pompano Beach. It's not all religious bigotry, ala O'Neal Dozier, it also involves economic issues, namely Arabic ownership of conven ... More >>
Wisecracking Democrats in Tallahassee were steamrollered during the presidential contest. But they didn't take it lying down.