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After 10 Glorious Years, Sunshine State News and I Are Passing the Baton

You probably can't imagine how much fun I've had at Sunshine State News over the last 10 years. I don't think anybody could. 

November 1, 2019 - 6:00am


Comedian Dave Chappelle has come under fire for his new Netflix standup show, “Sticks And Stones." But lost in the furor of his routine, angering leftist ideals and liberal policies were Chappelle'
Top-tier Democrats at Thursday's debate
Well, the first rule of Thursday night’s Democratic debate was a first in the history of the Republic: ABC asked Democrats to refrain from swearing during the three-hour event.
Donald Trump insists "Alabama" was right ... and it was
It would be laughable were there not rampant devastation just off our shores, but the press is content to hammer away at President Trump over his supposed gaffe involving Hurricane Dorian and the s
Gov. Ron DeSantis was right Monday when he said Bahamas hurricane response and recovery are not Florida's responsibility, they're the federal government's. 
FPL's Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station
The debate in Tallahassee over the deregulation of Florida's power supply market is largely flying under the radar. But it's a very big deal.
In 2016 more than half Cuban-American voters chose Trump
While things have calmed somewhat regarding President Trump and immigration (I mean, his Sharpie pen on a hurricane map IS vastly important), Florida Democrats are trying to build the importance of
The cockamamie suggestion of an assault weapons registry is back in the public conversation. That's a good thing.
Flattened Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas, Sept. 3, 2019
As dawn breaks Wednesday, the world is seeing what a tourist-dependent island nation looks like when a powerful hurricane smashes it to bits: mile upon mile of flooded neighborhoods, shredded homes
Dwayne Johnson in HBO's so-called "Florida" comedy, "Ballers"
The HBO football-based comedy “Ballers” was a production tailor-made for Florida.
A panel of state economists on Tuesday estimated it would cost $4 million to build a registry to carry out a proposed constitutional amendment that targets possession of assault weapons, if Floridi
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