Environmentalists can be such hypocrites. Especially the rich ones. Closet flimflammers.
The folks you see out there yahooing and happy dancing and sending up fireworks -- figuratively speaking, anyway -- are probably Democrats.
He may perform his heroics these days in a Denver Broncos jersey, but the most talked-about player in the National Football League is likely to remain a Florida brand his whole gridiron career.
Quarterback Tim Tebow was a University of Florida Gator before he was the darling of the Mile High City. And what a Gator.
Despite increasing speculation that Bob Graham is mapping out a run against Rick Scott in 2014, the former U.S. senator and two-term governor emphatically denied he has any further personal interest in the governor's office.
"No way," Graham told Sunshine State News on Tuesday. "I have no intention of running for office again. I've had my last campaign."
Virtually all of Florida's largest business organizations are lobbying the Florida Legislature this session to make customers of online retailers pay a sales tax, same as Main Street's bricks-and-mortar customers do.
CNN just named Orlando one of the world's top destinations. It is, too -- for those lucky enough to travel on a company credit card or rich enough to put Mickey and friends at the top of the family budget.
Anybody who wonders why Gov. Rick Scott mixes it up with state colleges and universities need only look at Edison State College in Fort Myers.
Some 76,292 pages of regulations were added to the Federal Register in 2011, heaping an estimated $232 billion in new compliance costs on a struggling national economy.
According to Sen. Marco Rubio, even though that puts the paperwork burden for businesses at 119.4 million hours per year, a bill that might have "brought some common sense to the outdated regulatory system in America" never made it to the Senate, even though it sailed through the House.