At the end of last month, nationally prominent pundit Fred Barnes, one of the co-founders of the Weekly Standard and a familiar face on Fox News, spoke to the Federalist Society at Walt Disney World about how Republican state attorneys general have offered the most effective opposition to President Barack Obama.
One of the few really fun things to do when observing the American political game of elections is to speculate on a host of “what-ifs.” The Florida 2010 election offers more possibilities for this game than most elections do. The root cause of so many variant options to what might have been start at the feet of Florida Gov. Charlie Crist.
Senate President Mike Haridopolos, R-Merritt Island, started his bid to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson in 2012 with a bang Thursday, bringing in around $1 million at a fund-raising event in Orlando.