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  • Scott touts tax cuts, STEM funding at Orlando Science Center

    Scott touts tax cuts, STEM funding at Orlando Science Center
    Florida Gov. Rick Scott used the Orlando Science Center as a backdrop today to pitch permanent manufacturing tax cuts and increasing science, technology, engineering and math training. Scott's "Jobs for the Next Generation" statewide tour started...
  • Jokowi: The new face of Indonesian politics

    JAKARTA (Reuters) - When Indonesian furniture business owner Joko "Jokowi" Widodo turned to a career in politics nine years ago, he was a complete novice. But the can-do, clean image he has cultivated as a small-city mayor, and over the past year-and-a-...
  • A fairer (small) business environment [Commentary]

    A fairer (small) business environment  [Commentary]
    Is there a way to actually unite economic populists on the liberal left and libertarian right? Maybe not. But one promising possibility is the prioritization of American small businesses over powerful, multinational corporate dominance. The events of...
  • Disagreement Over Wethersfield's Deming-Standish House Continues

    WETHERSFIELD — The town council rejected a Republican proposal Monday to bestow official status on an independent committee reviewing the lease for the town-owned Deming-Standish House. The council deadlocked 4-4 on a party line vote, causing the...
  • Only Dems will get absentee ballots in county D2

    Only Dems will get absentee ballots in county D2
     This just in: Despite a court order to open the Broward County District 2 primary election to voters of all parties, the Broward supervisor of elections will send ballots today to Democrats only. That's according  to this letter sent this morning by...
  • Race for North Dakota's agriculture commissioner is all about oil

    TOWNER North Dakota (Reuters) - North Dakota's biggest oil producers have picked a side and put money into an obscure election for the state's agriculture commissioner, hoping to ward off a rising Democratic challenger who could limit development of new...
  • Indonesia's new leader promises to make life easier for investors

    JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia's new president, Joko "Jokowi" Widodo, promised to make life simpler for investors by beefing up the country's threadbare infrastructure, untangling near-impenetrable regulations and sacking his ministers if they aren't up to...
  • Stop complaining about the system: Vote instead

    The public should quit complaining about the political mess and do something about it. They could begin by voting out all the career politicians at all levels of government and get new blood flowing. They could put term limitations on politicians, and...
  • Congressmen Paul Ryan, Charlie Dent raise money in Allentown for House Republicans

    Paul Ryan, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, and Lehigh Valley Congressman Charlie Dent appeared Tuesday in Allentown to raise money for fellow U.S. House Republicans. Dent, R-15th District, hosted the National Republican Congressional Committee...
  • Poll shows Brazil's Rousseff would win presidential runoff

    SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazil President Dilma Rousseff would win a second-round runoff against either opponent and has 38 percent of voter support ahead of her October re-election bid, a new poll by the IBOPE polling institute showed on Tuesday.     Her...
  • McKinney Crossed Line In Altering Foley's Words

    McKinney Crossed Line In Altering Foley's Words
    Casting one's opponent in the worst possible light is a longstanding political practice. As communication techniques become ever more sophisticated, and the opportunity for capturing every word, gesture, or facial expression becomes easier, smearing the...