As the oil crisis drags on, the governor has made up some of the ground he lost. Could BP's ruin be Crist's political salvation?
It's been six weeks since Florida Governor Charlie Crist announced that he would seek the open Florida U.S. Senate seat as an Independent. This decis...
Craig Kiser is a man on a mission. He wants to scale Mt. Kilimanjaro, the 19,000 foot snow-topped peak in the center of Tanzania, to raise money to help the blind and visually impaired.
To be, or not to be -- that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer the slings and arrows of outrageous primary defeat or take up t...
Charlie Crist's flip flopping based on his political fortunes makes it clear that he is someone who can't be trusted in the U.S. Senate or with anything he says.
As recent polls have demonstrated, Tea Baggers are little more than Republicans in wolves' clothing. And what's most interesting is how these rapacious wolves are eating their own.
The Tea Party can beat their chests all they want about the "hugeness" of their movement's big victory in Kentucky, but all it portends for the party in November's midterm elections is Republican-on-Republican bloodletting.
OPINION - Magnet education has been a huge success in the School District of Palm Beach County (FLA). So why does their Superintendent, Art Johnson, c...
By tomorrow, we will know whether Colorado lawmakers, particularly Democrats, mustered the will and courage to pass one of the most significant pieces of education legislation in years.
Some of the Democratic primaries being held next week may have just as interesting an impact on the Democrats as the Tea Party challenges are having on the GOP.
The partisan dethroning of Gov. Charlie Crist and the challenge to Sen. Bob Bennett is opening a window for third party politics and the flexing of muscle by the middle ground.
Sharing the marquee with groups like the Florida Family Policy Council and American Family Association and honoring men like Don Wildmon shows just where Rubio's views and "values" lie.
Tea Party candidates suffered defeats in yesterday's primaries in Indiana, Ohio, and North Carolina, but are enjoying varying degrees of success in Florida, Kentucky, and Utah. It's going to be an interesting election season to watch.
Over the next 10 days or so, Colorado will sit dead center in the debate over how to improve public education in this country.
Once you get started, it becomes quite easy to justify shaking people down for their papers. I think the police should pull over anyone who looks like they work on Wall Street, at any time.