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  • Scott on 'mystery man': Ask Crist. Sez Crist spokesman: We have no idea.

    Scott on 'mystery man': Ask Crist. Sez Crist spokesman: We have no idea.
    Controversy rises about the identity of a man in a Rick Scott campaign ad who explains how he was swindled by convicted Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein -- an ad that ties Rothstein to Charlie Crist. Who is the guy who got swindled? No one will say.
  • Mayo: Quick hits on guv, gays and Goodman

    Sunday print column: Catching up on some recent headlines while cleaning out my notebook (and joke book)… News item: John Goodman DUI manslaughter retrial will import jury from Tampa or Jacksonville. Oh great, just what this case needs: A...

    Politics is a dirty game

    It's going to be a long two months with the same TV ads running every 15 minutes. The Rick Scott campaign is running one that says Charlie Crist was for sale since he was the Republican governor during the Scott Rothstein era. Since he was a Republican at...

    Chan Lowe: Political attack ads

    Chan Lowe: Political attack ads
    Every election cycle, we lament the assault of political attack ads as though it’s the worst we’ve ever seen. The experts tell us there are so many of these slimy, demoralizing ads because they work. For example, you may have thought of...

    Rothstein judges approve Ponzi victims' settlement plan worth more than $50M

    Rothstein judges approve Ponzi victims' settlement plan worth more than $50M
    Scott Rothstein's Ponzi scheme was unusual on many fronts — it was one of the biggest and most audacious in U.S. history. But federal authorities say it is also unusual because, unlike most such frauds, they expect that almost all of the victims...