Carrying the environmental “Send the Water South” banner, columnist Sally Swartz, who generally runs her message in The Palm Beach Post, commenced to scolding a local politician in a column this week on the all-opinion website Context Florida.
Finishing our celebration of five years of covering Florida politics and business from a conservative perspective, Sunshine State News wants to mention the political figures who fell just short of our top 20 list of the state’s movers and shakers.
The outlook might get brighter next week for the Everglades Foundation and its allies, but for now their voice crying out to buy U.S. Sugar Corp. land is like a wolf howling in the middle of the Tundra.
When the Florida Water and Land Conservation Initiative first made it to the 2014 ballot, I would've bet my last dollar that by now it would be about as popular as earthquake insurance. But, boy, would I have lost that bet.
Former Republican Party of Florida (RPOF) Chairman Lenny Curry had an eye-opening first month as he angles to defeat Jacksonville Mayor Alvin Brown next year. Curry’s team announced this week that they had brought in $568,730 in June, claiming that was twice the amount they had hoped to bring in.