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After 10 Glorious Years, Sunshine State News and I Are Passing the Baton

You probably can't imagine how much fun I've had at Sunshine State News over the last 10 years. I don't think anybody could. 

November 1, 2019 - 6:00am

Columns

Our friends at NewsMax recently carried a column by Scott Uehlinger, a retired CIA station chief and naval officer, explaining the dire situation within America’s intelligence community.
Whether it deserves the distinction or not, the Iowa Caucus has been elevated to something just shy of virtual kingmaker of American politics.
Joe and Hunter Biden
The more the establishment media and the Democrats talk about the Ukraine and the president’s phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, the more the spotlight falls on Joe Biden’s ne’
Ron DeSantis and Donald Trump
Sometimes it isn't about the money. Gov.
For those who aren’t aware, my “Massa” is me. I control who I vote for. My reasons are my own.
Throughout the weekend, D.C. was in a severe lather over the latest outrage/scandal/impeachable offense involving the president. In fact it continues to gather steam well into this week.
Today is National Voter Registration Day, and of course Andrew Gillum, who has taken up the initiative to register a slew of new voters for the upcoming 2020 election, is excited.
Wen Fa
At a time when freedom of speech seems to be under assault, it’s worth stepping back to reconsider why it matters.
Jeff Brandes would be a powerful opponent in a predominantly blue city
An ordinarily innocuous St. Petersburg City Council race has roiled local politics and become a key bellwether as to who will be the next mayor of Florida’s fifth largest city.
Joe Sestak
Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day.
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