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  • If Republicans want stale, Jeb Bush is their man

    If Republicans want stale, Jeb Bush is their man
    Let us now make the case for Jeb skepticism. Jeb Bush is a fine man. He’s a conservative. He was a highly effective conservative governor. He would probably make a fine president. And, if he were the Republican nominee, there would be precious...
  • Jeb Bush isn't the GOP's ideal 'change' candidate

    Jeb Bush isn't the GOP's ideal 'change' candidate
    Let us now make the case for Jeb skepticism. Jeb Bush is a fine man. He's a conservative. He was a highly effective conservative governor. He would probably make a fine president. And, if he were the Republican nominee, there would be precious few...
  • Live-streaming apps dominate buzz at South by Southwest

    A live-streaming app called Meerkat, calls to online activism and pedicabs with a "Game of Thrones" Iron throne seat were the top topics of conversation at South by Southwest over the weekend, as 33,000-plus members of the technology, marketing and...
  • Don't pop that champagne for Jeb Bush just yet

    Don't pop that champagne for Jeb Bush just yet
    Jeb Bush is a fine man. He's a conservative. He was a highly effective conservative governor. He would probably make a fine president. And, if he were the Republican nominee, there would be precious few good arguments -- from a conservative perspective --...
  • Romney's climate change conversion

    Romney's climate change conversion
    I couldn't help noting the irony of your recent editorial on the last days of climate-change denial appearing shortly after Mitt Romney announced his decision not to run for the White House in 2016 ("Last gasp for climate change denial?" Feb. 2). Mr....
  • Quiet Northlake Library Board gets 9 candidates, 2 kicked off ballot

    Quiet Northlake Library Board gets 9 candidates, 2 kicked off ballot
    The most unexpectedly competitive race in the west suburbs might be for the Northlake Library board. Nine people originally registered to run for the six open seats on the board: three incumbents and six newcomers. That's highly unusual for a board...
  • Rocket booster aiming for ocean barge in redo of SpaceX test

    Rocket booster aiming for ocean barge in redo of SpaceX test
    A space weather satellite is poised to blast off Sunday for a destination 1 million miles away, but it's the rocket's ocean landing that is stealing the spotlight. The SpaceX company will take a second stab at landing a booster on a platform floating...
  • Pharrell Williams had a very 'Happy,' successful and stylish 2014

    Pharrell Williams had a very 'Happy,' successful and stylish 2014
    It's hard to imagine many people who've had as productive a year as Pharrell Williams, the singer, producer, actor, designer and trendsetting fashion plate who could take home multiple awards at Sunday's Grammys, where he is nominated in six categories....
  • White House honoring Hollywood teacher for creating 'Green Team'

    White House honoring Hollywood teacher for creating 'Green Team'
    Trailblazer Linda Gancitano became the first girl to play on the boys' soccer team at Coral Springs High School in 1979. Seven years later, she made history again, playing for the first U.S. women's national soccer team. At 5-foot-2, she was one of...
  • 1/31/15: Medicaid, gas prices and global warming

    1/31/15: Medicaid, gas prices and global warming
    Democrats act like spoiled, entitled children, forcing Republicans to act like their parents, the original "party of no." Our incompetent Florida Legislature and Gov. Rick Scott should be ashamed of not accepting $51 billion in federal funds and...
  • Analysis: Republicans' biggest challenge in 2016 is a rosier economy

    For years, President Obama had a singular problem: convincing Americans who were not feeling the economic recovery that it was real and a cause for optimism, not to mention for electing fellow Democrats. Now Republicans seeking to capture the White...