When it comes to socialism, you don't jump in the deep end, in most cases. You start in the shallow end and wade until you are under water.
When voters approved a nicely worded amendment to the state Constitution in 2010 they may have thought the constant squabbling over political districting would be over.
What appears to be just the next evolution of the successful use of standards and accountability that has improved public education in Florida has fostered rather strenuous opposition.
It is astonishing how admittance to the ruling class can change someone.
There is a major pushback brewing against public school reform.
Not unanticipated. The Education Blob has been steaming about efforts to change the status quo, which is money, money, money.
Conservatives have this in common with sharks and polar bears: They eat their own.
Attendance Thursday at the annual Associated Industries of Florida (AIF) meeting in Palm Beach should be mandatory for politicians.
So Tony Bennett gets the boot, and liberals get a gotcha. Hooray.
In his never-ending political campaign, President Obama chose a strange topic for a speech during a whistle-stop in Jacksonville.
It appeared that the George Zimmerman trial was over. Then Barack Obama emerged from his office Friday like Punxsutawney Phil, saw his shadow, and sure enough we are going to have another six weeks of the winter of our discontent.