Two years ago, I sold one of the last American offshore drilling vessels to a foreign buyer. The Ocean Titan was an obsolete jack-up rig, an equipment platform for deepwater exploration and development. Over its forty-year lifespan, American shipbuilding had been ravaged by rivals abroad and burdensome regulations at home. Today, the industry falls grievously short of the hope expressed by the drafters of the Merchant Marine Act of 1920: “that the United States shall have a merchant marine of the best equipped and most suitable types of vessels.”
National Republicans and Democrats continue to place their bets in Florida as they ready for 2018‘s congressional races.
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Twenty-five years ago on Nov. 3, 1992, William Jefferson Clinton was elected president of the United States -- and Hillary Clinton is still trying to take his place.
We saw milquetoast before in the form of Alex Sink. Heck, Gwen Graham actually reminds me of Sink, only Sink doesn’t run around saying, “Dad did this, and dad did that”.
Needing a victory to validate their majorities, congressional Republicans have chosen not to emulate Shakespeare's Henry V before Agincourt. He advocated stiffening the sinews, summoning up the blood and lending the eye a terrible aspect. The Republicans would rather define victory down.
Beware the low-level volunteer.
On Tuesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., took the Senate floor to urge expanding the child tax credit be included in its tax reform efforts. Rubio and U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, are backing legislation to expand the child tax credit. Rubio said the following on the Senate floor:
What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive ourselves into believing that corporate welfare can be seemly. Consider the caper, both amusing and depressing, that began when mighty Boeing sought protection behind the skirts of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
What kind of wild world has just been revealed?
Latest to the vandals goes Teddy Roosevelt, whose bronze likeness astride a horse in front of New York's American Museum of Natural History recently received a splash of red paint upon its base.
Is there something in the water down there in Weston? Debbie Wasserman Schultz's Democratic National Committee endgame simply won't end.
Responding to people’s confusion and frustration about their rights related to claims, the Florida Justice Association (FJA) announced Monday the creation of the FJA Insurance Emergency Response Ta
Hillary Clinton lashed out at the National Rifle Association Monday,
South Florida Water Management District gates and flood control structures in the Upper Kissimmee Chain of Lakes are operating at maximum practical capacity to lower water levels in anticipation of
Former congressional candidate and Brigadier Gen. Mark Bircher is giving political newcomer Berny Jacques the green light for his campaign in Florida's 66th House District.
Speaking in Sanford, Gov. Rick Scott announced Thursday that Florida’s law enforcement officers and first responders "will be able to enjoy license-free freshwater and saltwater fishing beginning today through June 30, 2018."
As a result of the Republican Party of Florida's Project Majority Red, the party's statewide voter registration effort, Polk and Volusia Conty have both moved from majority Democrat to majority Rep
Speaker Richard Corcoran announced Tuesday the creation of the Select Committee on Hurricane Response and Preparedness.
Florida-based government affairs firm Ballard Partners has announced Fort Lauderdale Managing Partner Justin Sayfie will move to Washington, D.C., where the seasoned government affairs strategist w
Citizens Property Insurance Corporations has announced it is opening Catastrophe Response Centers (CRCs) in Florida City, Key
Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton made the following statement regarding Thursday's ruling by United States District Judge James E.
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