If the United States government were a family, it would be making $21,700 a year, spending $38,200 and drowning in $142,710 of credit card debt.
Florida's renewable energy bright lights -- feeling frisky Wednesday during the first day of the Florida Energy Summit -- took turns describing feats of new-energy derring-do just over the next horizon.
Huge problem for Florida Team Democrat looking toward the 2012 elections: There's no sign of a miracle likely to come dancing out of the locker room later this week.
If you want to know whether Marco Rubio lied, ask another son or daughter, grandson or granddaughter of a Cuban exile.
It's about time somebody had the cojones to challenge the liberal arts crowd on the veracity of degrees that aren't working in the 21st century workplace.
The position of compact commissioner for the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children might not flash across every Floridian's radar screen, but perhaps the man Gov. Rick Scott appointed for the job on Monday should.
Robert Buehn, 60, of Fleming Island, comes directly from the city of Jacksonville as its primary military liaison -- chief of military affairs.
Former Jacksonville Mayor John Peyton has said of Buehn, "His credentials and his competence should light up anybody's night sky."
On a hot day in mid-August, without so much as a press release to declare it, Gov. Rick Scott's office reached a considerable milestone.