Charlie Crist is set to announce his intention to run as an independent for Florida's open Senate seat today. Independent politicians are incredibly rare in America's two-party system. An independent win is even rarer, though not unprecedented. So Crist's venture isn't completely uncharted. Here ... More >>
Governor Charlie Crist is now publicly acknowledging that he's considering pulling out of the Republican primary for the senate seat and running as an independent. But in classic Crist style he's remaining vague on the details, and won't even promise that if elected he'd caucus with the Republica ... More >>
via Ybor City Stogie Yeah it's all insider baseball type stuff that most voters don't care about, but I am pretty sure Floridians didn't elect Bill Nelson on a platform of Save our Liebermans. After the weird psychodrama that has been Joe Lieberman's political life of the past few years (lossing a ... More >>
A tragic High School shooting in Ft. Lauderdale. [Sun-Sentinel] Carvalho is going to save the schools, not by spending lots of effort and finding new teaching methods or anything. He's just going to lower expectations. [Herald] Bill Nelson is one of the Democratic Senators pushing leadership to let ... More >>
McCain was too late. The new prez spent heavily in Florida and eked out victory here.
This North Miami spot is a jack of all foods, ace of none. But at these prices, jacks ain't bad.
Ayers, on the extreme left. Arocena, on the extreme right. John McCain and Sarah Palin's desperate attempt to try and denigrate Barack Obama for his tenuous connection to Bill Ayers has been wildly irresponsible. Not only are some supporters at Republican rallies suggesting that Obama himself is a t ... More >>
Retreat to a restaurant that lives up to its name
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In this political season, Miami's high-profile campaign contributors favor Republicans and Democrats
Howard Dean is aiming for the White House, but first it's Miami Beach
Johnny Knoxville hangs at South Beach's Club Deuce, stumbles through the MTV Latin video awards, and laughs at it all
The Federal Election Commission has a few questions for an influential Miami political action committee
Radio and TV Martí are supposed to remain above politics and provide Cubans with unbiased news. This is not a joke; it only seems like one.
Hip hip hooray. The Homestead airport is dead. For now, at least.
Is it a harmless political party, or is it a cult?
You may admire him or you may find him disgusting. But at least you've got to hand it to him: Jorge Mas Canosa has got clout.
Are you felled by pesticides at distances of a mile or more? Can you lobby hard for legislation? Welcome to the club.