Great story the governor tells about turning up at the polls dead. You might think that would win a few hearts and minds for the guy.
In a ballot initiative that caught the attention of Florida tea party conservatives and low-tax advocates the country over, North Dakota voters on Tuesday said "no" to making their state the first in the nation to end property taxes.
In fact, more than 76 percent of the electorate turned down Measure 2, according to returns from the North Dakota secretary of state.
The Tampa Bay Times has a political statement to make, OK, I get it. But their editors used a reckless comparison to make it, and I can't let that go without comment.
Don't trust your own judgment? Take I-95 north till you reach the 70-mile Nanny Corridor between New Jersey and New York City.
Listen to Florida's short-sellers and you'd think the tax system in this state is crumbling like a moldy cracker.
It's easy to see why Ron Paul scores a fan base the envy of sports franchises and rock stars.
The headline reads, "Voting rights groups ask Scott to stop noncitizen voter purge." Think about it. Why would any voting rights group in America do a thing like that?
And you thought the let-em-eat-cake boys all work on Wall Street. Little did you know.
There is no task force looking at Florida's minimum mandatory sentences and in all probability, none is coming. What a travesty.
I feel like the kid in the back of the class with her hand raised, jumping up and down in the chair. Ooh, ooh, I know the answer, teacher! Call on me!