Trying to Make Sense of How Voters Decide...

Dec 4, 2016

This presidential election has been mentally and emotionally exhausting. I’ve had to turn off cable news to regain my sanity. The news coverage focused almost solely on the horse race—incessantly going over the polls...

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Gov. Scott’s Hits and Misses on Handling Zika...

Aug 21, 2016

Florida is ground zero for fighting Zika in the United States, with 470 cases—more than any other state. To his credit, Gov. Rick Scott is taking it seriously. He’s traveling the state to warn...

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A Return to Common-Sense Governing

May 24, 2014

Sometimes you just don’t know how things you write about are going to be perceived or what might occur as a consequence. After my column on the farce of regulatory reform hit Florida papers,...

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Congress Should Limit Focus To Economic Agenda...

Jan 11, 2014

While the national economic indices are improving — unemployment numbers are moving down, job numbers in key segments are looking better, consumer confidence is up, the stock market has reached record highs, and deficits...

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