Last week, I was surprised. Now I’m just scratching my head.
Hey, I hear you. The start of the 2020 Legislative Session is only starting and many folks might want to hide under the covers for the next 60 days.
I’m writing this column with crossed fingers, which isn’t easy, but in this case, it’s necessary. Florida’s law to ban texting while driving finally has some real teeth. Along with everyone else, I can only hope that the message gets through.
As we look back at 2019, it’s important to remember time is a creation of humanity and we really have no idea what’s going on beyond our basic understanding of comfort and pain.
As a wheelchair user, I love roller coasters. They give me the freedom that I imagine the able-bodied world takes for granted. When I’m flying through Space Mountain in Disney’s Tomorrowland, I feel liberated.
I apologize ahead of time for the photos of dead bobcats that are being published with this week’s column. But there is a reason we made the decision to do this.
There is nothing amiss with the argument by Gov. Ron DeSantis that Florida students should have a working knowledge of civics before leaving high school.
The story at #1 is so good and so well-written that I’m going to struggle with not giving away too much. I don’t want to ruin it for you if you haven’t read the article.
In an interview with GQ called the Trumpiest Congressman in Trump’s Washington, Matt Gaetz said, “The organizing principle of today’s politics is ‘stay interesting.’”
We’ve already known for years that our readers love seeing stories about Venice. There is something about that city’s Disney-like downtown, its iconic beaches and its high school sports teams that people seem to love.
The recent news that Stephen Miller used his connections to Breitbart to trash Marco Rubio shouldn’t be surprising. It was just the latest salvo unloaded on Florida’s senior U.S. senator from the orbit of President Donald Trump.