Congressmen assessing All Aboard Florida and Brightline in Florida might want to keep their eyes on California's deeply troubled high-speed rail project in California.
Carpetbagger candidates leave me cold. You know the ones I mean. The politicians who move to a jurisdiction they've never lived in before for the express purpose of running for office.
The Gaming Industry's biggest cheerleader has to be its boyish-faced leader, and right now he's cheering hard for an end to the ban on sports betting.
A young Florida woman who literally fears for her life needs a champion. I'm hoping it will be Attorney General Pam Bondi.
Watch out for George Soros. He's buying politicians in Florida again.
Bill Nelson will need a trick up his sleeve to hold onto his U.S. Senate seat in November. His campaign just ran into the frightening reality of Rick Scott's fundraising freight train.
Gov. Rick Scott wasted no time Friday suspending Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie, who faces criminal charges of official misconduct and corrupt misuse of her office.
The Center for Constitutional Values doesn't make the big headlines in Martin County. Those belong to blue-green algae and public records violations. But, trust me, this nonprofit, whose simple mission is to promote the community's understanding of the United States Constitution, is something very special.
Sen. Debbie Mayfield, R-Melbourne, has asked Gov. Rick Scott to call a 90-day moratorium on the involvement of Florida Development Finance Corporation (FDFC) and any of its affiliates in the financing of All Aboard Florida/Brightline because members of Congress are weighing its legality.
Not many stories bring me to my knees. But what happened to one 59-year-old woman appearing for a Broward County bond hearing in first-appearance court April 15 shot straight through my heart.