It's no secret Rick Scott was all ready to get to work on our faces for another four years, but now it's officially official. On Tuesday, Scott filed all his "I Wanna Be Govner of Florida Again" paperwork to the state Division of Elections, making his bid for reelection a thing now. Scott's Let's ... More >>
Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S.economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
UPDATE: Newsmax figured it out at 3:11 p.m., posting it in a not-so-prominent location.Either Newsmax is the only national media outlet in the U.S. that doesn't know Donald Trump has pulled out of moderating their debate, or they're having a real tough time crafting their damage-control plan ... More >>
Craig MillerCraig Miller, the former Ruth's Chris Steak House CEO, announced he's running for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Sen. Bill Nelson.Miller, running as a Republican, has decided to enter quite a busy field of candidates wishing to overtake Nelson, including Adam Hasner, Georg ... More >>
The story of the killing of Osama Bin Laden still hasn't been told truthfully. We first heard that the terrorist leader had used a woman, believed to be one of his wives, as a human shield before a Navy SEAL tapped two quick bullets into his chest and head. Eradicated"There was a female ... More >>
Rep. Allen West gave the keynote address at CPAC on Saturday, and was typically effective. Politico likened his performance to the throwing of "red meat" to the massed conservatives. It's a good metaphor. His speech drew the loudest applause in its bloodiest moments -- those moments in which West de ... More >>
time.comIt's a complicated ballet in South Florida today as politicians warily stump for one another, hedging bets all around. The Palm Beach Post's George Bennett minds the choreography: First off, it's Ron Klein, who's campaigning with the president in Coral Gables later today. Lest too much of ... More >>