Repeat bad information often enough and it sticks. Luckily, though, some senators are getting wise to a bogus pitch coming from a coalition of business groups and the insurance industry.
At least with debates, you've got issues. No debates, round-the-clock, TV-time silliness.
Seems odd to me why a Florida senator would want to continue a system that exposes thousands of Floridians to identity theft. But Jack Latvala is sticking to Florida's turkey of a law like a cheap suit in the rain.
Does the Florida Legislature really want to set itself up as the state food police?
No, Palm Beach County, you're not in some "Groundhog Day" remake. You're slap in the middle of Supervisor of Elections Susan Bucher's time warp.
Mitt Romney seems more and more like the winner of the Republican presidential nomination, but looking ahead to a main event between the former Massachusetts governor and President Barack Obama, Romney has lost ground.
According to a national ABC/Washington Post poll out Monday, the president is getting a boost from improved economic indicators and questions about Romney's wealth and taxes.
In its sleeping-with-the-enemy story last Thursday, Time magazine captured perfectly the eco-pretensions of a rich and powerful organization like Sierra Club.
Remember when former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty about-faced on a promise not to throw elbows during the 2012 GOP Presidential Primary campaign?
Neil Cavuto, cable television's unapologetic free-market voice, its vocal deficit hawk, describes his world as "an economic field of dreams," a paradise for viewers trying to make sense of trends driving today's uncertain economy -- and at the same time keep up with the 2012 presidential election.
Cavuto, 54, who directs content and coverage for Fox Business Network, talked to Sunshine State News in a telephone interview Monday about a host of election issues, from the GOP candidates to Florida Gov. Rick Scott and President Barack Obama.
There are silly bills and then there are the bat-crazy, dangerous, shoot-it-before-it-reaches-the-border bills. SB 1560 fits nicely into the latter category.