By Isabel Villalon
In recent blogs, I expressed my surprise and disappointment in our lack of state-wide clean energy policy solutions in Florida to mitigate the worst impacts of climate change.
By Kartik Krishnaiyer
The Florida Squeeze
Our inaugural TFS House scorecard showed that the most conservative members of the Democratic Caucus in 2014 were in fact members of the new class elected in November 2012.
By Peter Schorsch
Running for the U.S. Congress can be the role of a lifetime for a budding politician, which would seem on the surface to fit right in with “conservative” Republican candidate Jacob A. Rush.
By Martha Jackovics
If only we could say three strikes and you’re out to Rick Scott, he would have been gone soon after inauguration.
By Bob Sikes
Scathing Purple Musings
One would think that an entity which assumed to be the primary steward of almost $1 billion dollars in money belonging to Florida taxpayers would have their numbers straight.