In conjunction with a Harrisburg, Pa.-based public-opinion polling firm, Sunshine State News will release the results and analyses of its first two Florida Republican primary polls on Tuesday and Wednesday.
One looks like a tanned, slicked-back lothario, whirling across the floor on Dancing with the Stars; the other, a bitter, lonely wallflower at the high school prom.
No offense, Weiss, Handler, Angelos & Cornwall. But youre only a law firm. You can do without Ken Pruitt.
Either Bill McCollum doesnt know a principle from a prawn or hes as slippery as a Mississippi swamp.
Though nobody has attempted to calculate it yet, LeBron James's economic impact on the Greater Miami area could be something akin to the eruption of Mount St. Helens -- only instead of lava, the city could be looking at a flowing sea of greenbacks.
As sports business commentator and author Rick Horrow said in Friday's Miami Herald, "LeBron is a walking, talking, free-throw-shooting stimulus plan."
High-speed rail is the lover we dream about but can never, should never, have. So elusive, so romantic, so ingrained in us.
Its time to wake up, people. Time to let it go.
The cost of building a high-speed rail network anywhere in America today and that includes Florida far outstrips the benefits we hope to gain.
Imagine a Super Bowl Sunday that parties on for four weeks.
Where late-to-work is forgiven with a smile and productivity slows to a crawl and not a single soul gives a hoot.
Thats the World Cup. And thats the power soccers grandest tournament has just about everywhere else on the planet but the United States.
Chris, be careful when you call a story up. It should have a note shaded in green at the top that says you'vebeen locked in as the user. If it's red, someone else is in the story and get out of it as soon as you can. You could cause that person to lose all of his/her editing changes.
Always remember to hit "save" at the bottom once you've read the story.
Along comes Sen. Mike Bennett, another political egomaniac who believes he's above scrutiny or honesty or answering for bad behavior in office -- and you know what? He almost is.
Few spectacles these past two months have been as nauseating as Big Powers goose-stepping march through the Florida Legislature.
Actually, I've known whole countries that put up a lustier fight against the enemy than this group of grasping lawmakers did to protect Florida's long-suffering energy consumers.