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I have a friend from Tampa who is a true believer in the tea party, a believer to the 10th power. We have interesting talks. Mention any subject and he will speak with the authority of someone convinced the only possible answer is the one he is givin...
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You hear there’s a new people mover about to be built at Tampa International Airport, along with some other stuff, and, well ... OK.
A lot of words come to mind when trying to make sense of the formula the state has mandated to evaluate how well public school teachers are doing their jobs.
Sure, that was a righteous veto Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer used to a bill that would have sanctioned discrimination in the name of religious freedom. Gay rights groups and many others flooded Arizona with protests and threats of economic consequences....
When then-Gov. Charlie Crist hugged President Barack Obama a few years ago, members of his Republican Party were aghast. How dare he show civility and respect to the leader of the free world in a public setting!
People complain about stuff at their jobs all the time, but most of the time that's as far as it goes. In today's corporate world, putting your name on a complaint can be a career-killing move.
TAMPA - One reason I love the Publix Gasparilla Distance Classic is because I can participate in an event I cover. I'm sure that shatters some journalistic tenets, but all anyone ever says about that is "good luck" and "have a great race" - stuff lik...
Florida’s legislators can pass all the laws they want in the name of protecting the rights of gun owners, but one thing escapes them. Lawmakers have been unable to legislate common sense to those in our state with the itchiest trigger fingers....
Near the end of “The Bonfire of the Vanities,” Tom Hanks' character, Sherman McCoy, was desperate for the truth of a situation to come out, and convinced there was only one way that would happen.
Tears are golden.
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