As we noted earlier, we've invaded Lynn University for tonight's third and final presidential debate.
As get ready to live-blog tonight's nuttery for you, please enjoy the photos of things we've spotted so far, including a Budweiser taste testing booth for the media (woo-hoo!) and John Kerry looki ... More >>
7-Eleven is no stranger to clever marketing schemes, but their 7-Election campaign -- which kicked off earlier this month -- is, like, genius level selling. Now through Election Day (Tuesday, November 6) cast your vote by spending money while a subsidiary tallies the election; just like in real life ... More >>
Yesterday we told you about how one RoboRomney seized the opportunity of the attacks on Libya that left Chris Stevens and other U.S. diplomats dead to pounce on Obama's terrorist-coddling, apologetic ways by attacking a statement Obama never actually made.
Well, it turns out, the president watches ... More >>
The writers over at the Beast -- manic, vulgar folks who once prank-called embattled Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker pretending to be a Koch brother -- have released their annual "50 Most Loathsome Americans" list, and Gov. Rick Scott is featured prominently at number 18.The list describes him as "th ... More >>
saucesome.netFifty percent of Florida voters say otherwise.According to a poll released yesterday evening by Suffolk University, Florida voters like highly unlikely vice-presidential scenarios.If Sen. Marco Rubio were to be the selection on the GOP ticket, pollsters say Republicans would carry Fl ... More >>
Instead of a big showdown in court with big-time witnesses like U.S. Sen. John McCain, former Gov. Charlie Crist and Broward Sheriff Al Lamberti, Russell Adler and the bankruptcy attorneys representing his former law firm settled the clawback suit today with little fanfare.
The Rothstein ... More >>
FlickrA week after health-care reform has passed and still no sign of Vladimir Lenin's reanimated corpse, which was supposed to be laying waste to hard-working (retired / unemployed, technically) Americans. What's more, the economy is slowly shaking out of its slump. By next fall some of those un ... More >>
FlickrA week after health-care reform has passed and still no sign of Vladimir Lenin's reanimated corpse, which was supposed to be laying waste to hard-working (retired/unemployed, technically) Americans. What's more, the economy is slowly shaking out of its slump. By next fall, some of those une ... More >>
Like air guitar, but with different fake instruments.
But no air sex--that's the worst of all. And right now South Florida is effectively air-sex celebate. (Don't get me started on the air-religious groups.)
What is this "air sex," you ask?
"It's a lot like air guitar, but r ... More >>
Dear national voter,You've probably heard a bit about our governor down here in Florida, you know, the one who was lucky enough not to be picked to go down with the John McCain ship. But you're about to hear a lot more about Charlie Crist, because our boy is running for Senate, and there's no doubt ... More >>
Flickr User: CABridgesThe would-be future senator with the soon-to-be past Sen. Martinez.Now we got ourselves a bona fide political jamboree. Charlie Crist will seek Florida's U.S. Senate seat on behalf of the Dixiecrat, I mean the Whig, I mean the (could this be right?) Republican Party, even thoug ... More >>
Flickr User: marsdencartoonsMaybe Rush Limbaugh doesn't spend enough time in his Palm Beach home. Because clearly, there's no path back to political relevance for the Republican Party that does not include winning back Florida. And yet the two figures who have the most credibility on that front, gov ... More >>
allenstanford.comR. Allen StanfordThis Stanford Group case keeps getting uglier. Stanford employees gave over $31, 000 to Barack Obama's presidential campaign and over $28,000 to Republican candidate Sen. John McCain.The only good news: FBI agents found alleged $8 billion fraudster Allen Stanford in ... More >>
It's high time we size up Fort Lauderdale's mayoral field. With so much ground to cover, we'll have to go one by one. Batting leadoff...Dean Trantalis is a real estate attorney who became Fort Lauderdale's first openly gay commissioner in 2003, defeating Jon Albee, a insurance and real estate agent, ... More >>
You don't need a half-wit music critic to tell you it's been a remarkable year for America, one historians will be discussing and researching for centuries to come. War, financial collapse, politics, technology: All have been dinner-table topics for many Americans. Racial barriers in 2008 were dem ... More >>