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  • US Senator Graham in Israel ahead of likely presidential bid

    U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham says allowing the United Nations to decide the Israeli-Palestinian peace process is a "mistake."
  • On the environment, follow the constitution

    On the environment, follow the constitution
    Maybe this time, the Florida Legislature will listen. Last year, three of four citizens voted to amend the state constitution to set aside money to buy precious public lands. But during the recent legislative session, lawmakers thumbed their noses at...

    Jeb Bush's campaign headquarters in waiting sees flurry of activity

    MIAMI There's no "Jeb Bush for President" sign at least, not yet outside the sturdy, six-story office building on West Flagler Street. But inside, the former Florida governor's political team has begun to organize his likely 2016 Republican presidential...

    Jeb Bush's war against Florida high-speed rail shows his governing style

    Jeb Bush's war against Florida high-speed rail shows his governing style
    When Jeb Bush was governor of Florida, he said his constituents didn't fully understand what they were doing when they amended their constitution in 2000 to build a high-speed rail line connecting the state's five largest cities. "People thought it...

    Amendment 1, Let's be blunt, folks. Tallahassee is ignoring us again.

    Amendment 1, Let's be blunt, folks. Tallahassee is ignoring us again.
    Amendment 1 supporters around the state have been writing editorials to voice their outrage that the Florida Legislature is ignoring their will. Amendment 1 was written primarily to restore funding to Florida Forever, historically budgeted at $300 million...