As ever, Florida is at the center of Election Day for dubious reasons. This time around, it's basically because no other state has spent more on elections this year than the Sunshine State. All told, the 2014 election cycle has raised a whopping $345 million, reports the Miami Herald. And accord ... More >>
In case you missed it, Tea Partiers around the country are mad at the IRS. Long story short: the IRS isn't supposed to let any old group be exempt from paying taxes. Agency rules dictate that it is only supposed to grant 501 (c)(4) status to "social welfare" groups -- ones that don't make politics ... More >>
via the Emily's List FlickrLois FrankelIt looks like Lois Frankel's butting in to the feud between Rep. Allen West and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz is now causing problems for people not even related to that well-publicized saga.After Frankel started a website saying West hates women unless he s ... More >>
Debbie Wasserman SchultzDemocratic National Committee Chairwoman and South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is now the basis of a recycled joke.American Crossroads -- the group that provided millions of dollars to put conservative candidates in office in the 2010 midterm electio ... More >>
house.govDebbie Wasserman SchultzDemocratic National Committee Chairwoman and South Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz isn't very good at retracting statements.Wasserman Schultz was on CNN Sunday when she said Republicans want to bring states back to Jim Crow-era laws, drawing the ire ... More >>
The RNCC thinks Allen West is going to need some help getting re-electedThe National Republican Congressional Committee says they're not giving out free campaign money to Republicans facing a tough re-election campaign anymore -- you have to earn it.That's why they started the Patriot Program ... More >>
A judge has cleared the way for the Green Party to figure out who's behind the Florida Five, a group of mysterious Green Party candidates who ran in contested races across the state last November. Most of the Florida Five were broke young people who couldn't have afforded the couple thousand dollars ... More >>
To catch a few johns, cops get down and dirty in Boca.