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It was a bit juvenile for Democrats to employ a stalling tactic to protest Florida House leaders’ opposition to Medicaid expansion.
Gainesville Sun
If you are outraged by how South Florida's latest public corruption case wound up, you are justified. Totally
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Words will never express my gratitude for your service, Marco Rubio. I can only hope to show it the next time you appear on a ballot.
Florida Today
Four years ago, Mike Rudisill was among the least-qualified applicants for a judicial post in Seminole County.
Orlando Sentinel
The Republican Party needs to make people feel the party is appropriately addressing the issues they care about, and to tackle those problems head on.
FSU Flambeau
Lane Rees, a former Walton County commissioner, was arrested on charges of possessing and transmitting child pornography.
Northwest Florida Daily News
To understand political leaders these days, it helps to consider the cicada.
Palm Beach Post
The battle for Don Gaetz’s Northwest Florida Senate seat has begun, and we’re still three years from the election.
Panama City News Herald
Marco Rubio, should join Nelson and other senators who recognize that equal protection under the law includes all Americans, including gays.
Tampa Bay Times
Former Republican Party of Florida chairman Jim Greer deserved to go to prison for stealing money from the party, and the 18-month sentence is fair.
Tampa Bay Times
The drive to change the state’s loophole-ridden campaign finance laws continues to gather steam in the state Legislature.
Miami Herald
The Florida House approved a bill raising limits on campaign contributions and permitting unlimited de facto bribes to candidates' committees.
Tampa Bay Times
In a recent Quinnipiac poll Charlie Crist won a hypothetical 2014 race against Gov. Scott, 50 percent to percent.
Northwest Florida Daily News
With each passing day, Jeb Bush looks more and more like a presidential candidate.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
The list of local public officials who have found themselves in trouble for violating the public trust for personal gain is lengthy.
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
The airport's biggest customers — the airlines — are fighting this expansion. (And the airlines use their own money. The airport uses ours.)
Orlando Sentinel
Former Osceola County School Board Chairwoman Cindy Hartig has gotten approval for benefits after voters kicked her out of her part-time post.
Orlando Sentinel

Letter To The Editor

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Sarasota Herald-Tribune

Democrats have been working against deliberately obstructive Republicans who openly said their priority was making Obama a one-term president,...

Bradenton Herald

We will continue to pursue our three goals of being fiscally responsible, following the Constitution and supporting free trade, all basic to the...

Palm Beach Post

As I walked around Lakeshore Boulevard I’d seen a lot of Mitt Romney campaign signs. Now that Mr. Romney has lost his bid for the White House, I...

Fort Meade Leader

Remember all those lawsuits filed by the Democratic Party demanding any voter identification laws be repealed? If it weren't for voter fraud...

Suncoast News

Op Ed

Now, as the GOP regroups from its electoral debacle, public criticisms of conservative dogmas have expanded beyond a small circle of dissidents....

News-Sun, Sebring

Record numbers of new voters were registered after the courts tossed out that portion of the law; new voters showed up in long early-voting lines...

Osceola News Gazatte

The challenge for the GOP will continue to be more difficult each election cycle and the work ahead is steeply uphill — but essential — if we are...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Record numbers of new voters were registered after the courts tossed out that portion of the law; new voters showed up in long lines to defy...

South Florida Sun-Sentinel

The major problem seemed to be reluctance to push harder for our conservative values. This is compounded by the overwhelming effort in the...

Citrus County Chronicle