Its as if the whole family is climbing aboard a bus and starting a journey thats been in our head for as long as we can remember.
Sunshine State News was born of a need to complete the news of the day.
Still think Rick Scott doesn't know what he's doing?
Somewhere south of Winterfell, in Florida's ever-engrossing Game of Groans -- Scotties vs. Feds -- the Feds blinked first.
The Scott team won a big one this week.
Team Hillary picked up a big, BIG playerwhen the State Department signed on to run interference for the former secretary of state-turned-presidential candidate.
The department, among the federal government's largest, might as well be an arm of the Clinton campaign. It has her back on those 55,000 pages of email she turned over last year.
Look her up, Democrats -- Tulsi Gabbard. If you're going to pay $250 a plate to hear her speak, you ought to know a little bit about what she stands for.
But before I tell you, I have to ask: Aren't you guys a little offended?
I mean, your party poobahs combed the ends of the earth for the best two people they could find to jerk money out of your wallets and fire you up for the 2016 campaign kickoff and look what they came up with.
A pair of B-List speakers who have trouble packing a room in their own states.
At exactly the time I should have been paying the closest attention, Florida was suffering probably the biggest environmental disaster in its history. It happened on my watch but I wasn't watching.
During the early 1990s through 1995, 38 percent of the once-abundant living coral in Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary had died.
Calling Rick Scott a lame duck is like calling Betty White a retired actress.
Until last week, we were hearing the "lame duck" line a lot. The media loved it. But now, except for a growing rumble in the beanstalk, it's gone eerily quiet.
It's been 19 years since investigative reporters Bob Malloy and Will Bourne wrote how money and political influence contributed to the demise of water quality and the seagrass/coral reef ecosystems of Florida Bay and the Florida Keys.
In England they'd say Willie Meggs has the luck of a pox doctor's clerk. Which is really, really unlucky. You would never want to be a pox doctor's clerk.
Medical marijuana entrepreneurs aren't only growers, specialty law practices and assorted vendors. At least one is working to crack one of the toughest nuts -- helping cannabis-friendly doctors feel safe, confident and armed to treat their patients.
And MarijuanaDoctors.com-- also known as Medical Cannabis Network --has just signed up its first Florida physician.