Legislators gotta legislate. But it would be nice if they would unlegislate more often.
In my lifelong study of the liberal mental process I've always been amazed at the ability some have to take a totally meaningless talking point or bumper sticker and run with it as if it were a showstopper.
In marshes somewhere south of Lake Helen Blazes, the St. Johns River is formed.
It slowly meanders north one of only a few rivers in North America that flow in that direction. Near the end of its 300-mile journey it turns east, passes in a broad swath through the city of Jacksonville, and then merges into the Atlantic Ocean.
Anything can happen in politics but is it possible that conservatives in Florida will help depose a conservative governor?
School Choice Week this year gave more reason to celebrate than ever.
There's no question that Gov. Rick Scott's pro-business policies are producing results that benefit Florida families, but it is not a one-man show. The Florida Legislature deserves a share of the credit as well.
Media malpractice had become fairly rampant, but major change is in the air.
Most of what could be said about the "Duck Dynasty" flap has been said. My take is this: Liberals are all about rights, real and imaginary. Well, Phil Robertson had a right to express his religious beliefs. Liberals had a right to complain.
Ed Ball, the late head of the duPont trust, had a favorite toast: Confusion to the enemy.
The state of Florida takes in a lot of money every year. Unfortunately, legislators can't spend most of it.