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Today we're pulling the curtains back on everything from secret concerts to bogus campaign claims. Let's start with last weekend's Jimmy Buffett concert. Didn't hear anything about the show? Well, you're not alone. Most Parrotheads missed it. And for...
I've heard from so many readers bewitched, bothered and bewildered by nasty campaign accusations that I decided to dust off the Malarkey Meter and start putting these claims to the truth test. Here's the problem: The fibs and fabrications are so numerous...
Time to ramp up the Malarkey Meter for one more round of truth-testing and lie-detecting, based on the campaign claims and attacks filling your mailboxes and airwaves this year. The claim: Voting for the new half-cent tax for schools in Seminole County...
"Win, lose, I don't really care," says Dan Webster. "I will stick with no personal attacks. I can have a clear conscience at the end whether I win or lose." That is what Webster told me this week after Alan Grayson dubbed him " Taliban Dan." I can see...
In today's edition of the Friday Files, we have political wisdom from the mouths of babes, news about an ethics complaint and some free advice for a few candidates … which is worth precisely what the candidates paid for it. Scott undermines himself...
Today we're talking about baggy pants, secret e-mails, teacher pay and politicians who are trying to rob Florida's retirees. But first, a quick observation that should worry Florida Democrats — those who believe in omens, anyway. Take a moment...
The Republicans are stacked up seven-deep, trying to boot the outspoken Democrat Alan Grayson out of office. But you probably don't have time to vet all the candidates yourself. So on Wednesday night — when the Magic were continuing their comeback...
Tags: Minority Groups, Iran, Defense, Google Inc., Republican Party
Lewis Carroll was way ahead of his time. It was more than a century ago when he first connected tea parties with madness. Yes, Alice met the Hatter for tea and biscuits long before activists in Orlando started screaming at each other during a press...
Tags: Florida, Key West, Democratic Party, Elections, Republican Party
"Disagreeable." That was the word one state senator used to describe two members of Florida's Public Service Commission who are being booted from the board. Among the things these two members disagreed with: Jacking up your rates and cozying up with...
In April of last year, Marco Rubio came to Orlando scrounging for attention. Now he squeezes in an interview between events. Now he has an entourage. Now he is favored to be the next U.S. senator from Florida. Much has changed, including a switch to...
Taking Names the Blog - Orlando SentinelSunday’s column – “The long, hard slog for straight answers” – attempted to get members of Congress to give straight answers to basic questions that readers and voters care about. You can see the chart – and the efforts...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelU.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, R-Orlando, is leading the charge against President Barack Obama's budget proposal that would change the way government figures the (usually) annual cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security payments. In the budget released...
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