Whatever the merits of Medicaid expansion and other low-income health-care programs in Florida, the recent kurfuffel illustrates one downside of getting free money from the federal government.
The question remaining after Jacksonville's city elections Tuesday is, was Alvin Brown a one-hit wonder?
In virtually every state where reformers are trying to give children especially poor, minority children a better chance in life, the Education Blob is vigorously opposing that goal.
California's mismanagement of its water -- and government in general -- is benefiting Florida, but the Sunshine State needs to make sure it doesn't begin making the same errors.
When will Florida's elected politicians get the gumption to do something about public employee pensions that are eating the taxpayers alive?
Florida legislators have a choice on a key piece of legislation this year: Do something that makes sense or do something supported by the left.
In 2002, Florida voters were assured by the liberal media that reducing the size of classes in the public schools would improve educational outcomes.
Was Jacksonville's historic mayor a flash in the pan?
A liberal columnist at a South Florida newspaper doesn't like Fox News. Shocker, huh?