Brewster Bevis: Karenna Gore out of touch with Florida’s energy future

Floridians have heard a great deal about the potential expansion of renewable energy, and for good reason. Per the Energy

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For ‘Dem-witted’ Florida Democrats, stop arguing and get to work

In case Democrats haven’t figured it out yet, they are in a position of increasing irrelevance for a couple of

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Miami-Dade residents, rise and activate!

I was born and raised in Miami, after my family was forced to flee from our home country of Nicaragua

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Dan Raulerson and Dennis Baxley say ‘Let them eat steak’

In 10 years as head of the Florida Housing Finance Corporation (FHFC), Stephen Auger didn’t do much to solve the

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Hail Britannia: U.K. could teach U.S. a thing or two about running government

Late in the campaign, the New Yorker satirist Andy Borowitz wrote that Queen Elizabeth II was offering to take the

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We don’t have a president. We have a high priest of the American id

I don’t know what to tell you. Honestly. One of the hallmarks of an unfree society is a lack of

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Economic development incentives drive jobs to Florida, boost state economy

Shaping up to be one of the biggest battles in the Legislature in many years, the fight on economic development

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Subliminal message no help in Enterprise Florida fight

I was watching the fascinating video from the Florida House of Representatives in its escalating war with Gov. Rick Scott

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In mock court, UF law students argue case echoing infamous FSU ‘Jane Doe’ lawsuit

The black-robed justices who filed solemnly into a courtroom at the University of Florida law school Thursday morning were not

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Out like Flynn: The firing of National Security adviser Mike Flynn

“In like Flynn” has been part of American language since the 1940s. The San Francisco Examiner in February 1942 contained

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Frank Artiles: A review of the facts — SFRTA gets it right

Over the last few weeks, South Florida has seen criticism regarding the process used by the South Florida Regional Transportation

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Patrick La Pine: Credit unions work to protect consumers’ interests, balance Florida economy

As a member-owned cooperative, a credit union’s success is directly related to the financial health of the people who use

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Florida’s drug laws are giving me a pain in the ass

No one disputes that opiate addiction is a national problem. Statistics show that over 52,000 Americans died because of drug

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Florida abuses teachers and can’t figure out why there’s a teacher shortage

At the rate Florida is hemorrhaging classroom teachers, it soon won’t matter that we can’t hire school bus drivers for

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The new civics course in schools: How to avoid fake news

Teachers from elementary school through college are telling students how to distinguish between factual and fictional news — and why

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Charlie Crist may be likable, but how soon before he eyes a new gig?

One of Charlie Crist’s best traits is his likability. He can be a candle-in-the-wind on issues, depending on his audience.

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Federal judges’ lifetime tenure for good reason; Tallahassee should take note

There is a profound reason why the Founders gave life tenure to federal judges, subject only to impeachment for bad

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Palm Beach County Commissioner has great advice for Rick Scott

The Very Best Idea in Florida Right This Minute comes from Palm Beach County Commissioner Melissa McKinlay, who is asking

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Florida seniors, be careful what you wish for with Donald Trump, Medicare

Florida’s estimated 3.8 million senior citizens wanted change. They wanted to, how you say, drain the swamp? They voted overwhelmingly

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Travis Hutson, Mike La Rosa: Florida needs 5G now

What do smart cities, driverless vehicles, autonomous drones, and instantaneous 3D downloads all have in common? The need for 5G

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How can we respect the presidency, when Donald Trump clearly doesn’t?

When President Harry S. Truman threatened in December 1950 to punch out a Washington Post music critic who had panned

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Carol Dover: Florida’s future depends on tourism

Marketing is a contest for people’s attention, and state tourism marketing is no different. However, the detrimental impacts of removing

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FAU puts its money where its priorities are, part 2

Brand-in-himself (and biggest celebrity football coach in our state) Lane Kiffin has hit the headline-grabbing ground running. Just weeks on the

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On Rick Scott/Richard Corcoran feud; ‘incentives’ not needed to draw business to Florida

In 2012, Hillsborough County Commissioner Ken Hagan went on a personal crusade to convince Bass Pro Shops to build a

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Darryl Paulson: We are not the same; the immoral equivalency of President Donald Trump

Voters who supported Donald Trump for president did so because they liked his free-speaking ideas, his attacks on the political

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Blake Dowling: Drones, drones everywhere — Super Bowl to Prison

Yay sports! Or “yay ball,” as one of my techie staff members used to say (she had zero interest in

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Santa Rosa Creep of the Week reveals cockroaches in school district kitchen

Santa Rosa County Creep of the Week is also the Santa Rosa County School District’s 2016 Substitute Employee of the

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