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  • Adams named to NASA oversight panel

     
    WASHINGTON — It may be new to freshman U.S. Rep. Sandy Adams, R-Orlando, but her recent selection to the House panel with NASA oversight — announced by Adams today — is not unexpected. Central Florida has a long tradition of getting...
  • Haridopolos, others to be deposed next week in Jim Greer case

     
    Rene Stutzman, who's been tracking the criminal case against former Republican Party of Florida chairman Jim Greer and Greer's suit against RPOF, reports: Damon Chase, one of Greer’s attorney, has sent party attorneys a list of 50 people he says...
  • Look who’s sticking up for Norquist

     
    Anti-tax zealot Grover Norquist is coming under increasing criticism lately. It couldn't happen to a nicer guy. The public is waking up to the fact that the no-new-taxes-of-any-kind pledge Norquist has pressured so many Republicans  into signing could...
  • Mel Martinez on the debt solution – he’s right about this one

     
    At the Sentinel/UCF forum on the economy today, former Sen. Mel Martinezmade a point about this country's debt situation that I have long agreed with — there has been a very sensible and bipartisan effort to significant get this country's finances...
  • Tom Feeney is new AIF Chief

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Former U.S. Rep. Tom Feeney is the new head of Associated Industries of Florida, replacing Barney Bishop, who was ousted from the job earlier this year. Feeney is also a former Speaker of the Florida House. Here's the release from AIF....
  • In the heat of bruising Lee-Burgin battle, AIF endorses Lee

     
    TALLAHASSEE — With its top lobbyist linked to a potentially illegal and undeniably incendiary mailer attacking Tom Lee over his family life, Associated Industries of Florida released a handful of new Senate primary endorsements Friday —...
  • AIF backs Plakon, Antone, Currie, Tobia in House matchups

     
    TALLAHASSEE — Associated Industries of Florida has rolled out some more House endorsements for the coming primary and general elections, including a few contested Democratic primaries in Orlando. The business lobbying organization is backing Bruce...
  • Tackling debt requires courage — and a reality check

    Tackling debt requires courage — and a reality check
    It's fascinating to hear so many politicians suddenly concerned about the deficit. Because, until now, most of them didn't give a flip. Politicians from both parties went through money like Charlie Sheen went through coke. And they didn't even have the...
  • Rick Scott needs to remember what he promised

    Rick Scott needs to remember what he promised
    I'm looking at one of the many mail pieces that Rick Scott sent me when he was trying to win my vote. In it, Rick's wearing a hard hat. And he's promising to "Stand up to the Tallahassee insiders" and "End business as usual." I'd like that. But I'...
  • Esquire endorses the following for Congress in Florida

    District 1: Republican Jeff Miller Why: "His opposition to offshore drilling ... is proof enough of his principles ..." District 2: Democrat Allen Boyd Why: "Blue Dog godfather represents a wing of the party that's coming home to roost." District 3:...
  • New ad targets GOP on GI Bill

     
    by Aamer Madhani With Americans celebrating Memorial Day, Americans United for Change launched a television advertising blitz over the weekend against four House Republicans who voted against an overhaul of the GI Bill. The advertisements target Reps....
  • Where’s Tom Feeney?

     
    Republicans are itching to kick first-term Democrat Suzanne Kosmas out of the U.S. House, especially after she went from voting against to voting for health-care reform. Her flip flop was enough to persuade one nonpartisan electio...