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  • GOP Congressional District 9: Quinones gets McCollum endorsement; Melendez gets two nods

     
    Former Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum has endorsed Osceola County Commissioner and former State Rep. John Quinones in the multi-person race for the Republican nomination to run for Congress in the new District 9. Meanwhile, one of Quinones'...
  • Romney at Isleworth: Obama out of touch with middle income people; business success makes America more powerful

     
    At a $2,500-per-person fundraiser at Isleworth Country Club in suburban Orlando, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney berated President Barack Obama for being out of touch with middle-income Americans and for stating that he did not know the...
  • Romney moves on to Isleworth fundraiser

     
    After the morning speech, Republican president candidate Mitt Romney went to the Isleworth Country Club for a fundraiser of 150 people who paid at least $2,500 to the Romney campaign and the Republican National Commmittee. Before Romney's 18-minute...
  • Romney’s Orlando speech focuses on small businesses, health care

     
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney laid out his plans to replace the Affordable Care Act with a new health care plan that emphasizes tax breaks and picks up many of the popular parts of the law he derides as “Obamacare.” Speaking...
  • Art Grindle and his wife eulogized as “amazing pillars” of community

     
    From our colleague Stephen Hudak: Art Grindle and his wife Phyllis were eulogized as “amazing pillars of our community”  by Ann McGee, president of Seminole State College of Florida, at a Friday memorial service held on campus. The college's ...
  • Constantine raises money – for himself

     
    Newly elected Seminole County Commissioner Lee Constantine recently held a fundraiser of the most troubling variety — one where the money goes directly into his own pocket. It happened last week at Cafe Murano. (The e-invitation is below.) And the...
  • Will Florida's growth-a-holic tendencies change with new reality?

    Will Florida's growth-a-holic tendencies change with new reality?
    In a state hooked on development, Flagler County became a junkie. Explosive growth was its crystal meth – a potent and relatively cheap path to revenue, plentiful jobs and a brief sense of economic euphoria. When the drug flowed freely, the county...
  • The good, the bad and the idiotic of 2009

    Before we dive into 2010, I thought we could take a few minutes to look back at some of the best — and worst — topics we covered in "Taking Names" during 2009. We witnessed some spectacular flubs, exposed some major hypocrites and covered all...
  • Replacing Greer leads to even more GOP infighting

    Embattled Republican Party Chairman Jim Greer may be on the way out, but that doesn't mean the folks who wanted him gone are entirely happy. A day after Greer announced his resignation — and blistered his GOP critics in the process — grass-...
  • Rising debt: It's always the other party's fault

    In today's edition of the Friday files, we're spotlighting lackluster candidates, imprisoned innocents and your letters. But first, a look at the massive debt this country is racking up. Many of us have been concerned about this growing mountain of...
  • Picking on the carcass of Rothstein's fallen firm

    Picking on the carcass of Rothstein's fallen firm
    A prominent Miami builder, a Broward circuit judge and the daughter of former Florida Gov. Lawton Chiles were among the winning bidders who hauled off relics of Scott Rothstein's collapsed law firm at a bankruptcy auction held Saturday. "Look –...