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Executing inmates is getting harder, more expensive and a lot loonier in Florida. But kill them we must, and so the follies continue. This year state officials added a new drug to their lethal-injection cocktail. The Florida Supreme Court blocked its...
Floridians are fired up! In the past few weeks, I've received hundreds of calls and emails from readers who want to fight back against politicians who waste their money, fight their votes and coddle the special interests. Well, amen, brothers and...
Last year, when Pam Bondi was in the throes of a cut-throat campaign for attorney general, she vowed to be a crusader for justice. Specifically, she promised to do more than her predecessors about Florida's shameful record of wrongful convictions —...
Tags: Brevard County, Prisons, Florida, Justice System, Lawyers
Today we've got all kinds of serious and infuriating items. But first, let's start with something fun — news that Magic coach Stan Van Gundy wants to be a politician. Yep, he told the Orlando Sentinel's Zach McCann as much this week. Now, Coach...
In today's Friday Files, we are talking about the wrongfully convicted and broken campaign promises. But first, I think I've finally figured out what Florida is in the eyes of corporate America: a John. A pathetic, prostitute-seeking John with a wad...
Belvin Perry may be best known as the even-keeled jurist presiding over the Casey Anthony case, which epitomizes this country's ability to turn most any tragedy into time-killing entertainment. But the veteran judge's true legacy is part of a report he...
Tags: Criminals, Prisons, Fraud, Punishment, Elections
Mike ThomasI guess Gov. Rick Scott includes dope dealing as one of the Florida industries he hopes to stimulate. Scott wants to kill a prescription-drug database that would track the flow of narcotic pain killers coming from "pill mill" clinics. This will help keep...
Scott MaxwellWe're giving hugs and slugs today, starting with a round of hugs for a trio of Republicans who started their new terms the right way. Sure, the governor made the biggest headlines for kicking off his first day in office by sucking up millions of...
In today's Friday files, we have bits about everyone from Bill Sublette and Dean Cannon to Mickey Mouse and Bozo the Clown. But first, let's talk about Jim Morrison. Charlie Crist wants to pardon The Doors' front man for his conviction on charges of...
Capitol IdeasYo! It’s no secret Attorney General Kathleen Kane has turned heads in Harrisburg since taking office in January. She closed a gun purchase loophole that allowed state residents, barred from getting handguns here, to apply for a permit in less-...
The Bottom Line - Beth Kassab on Business - Orlando SentinelFor struggling homeowners who are holding out hope that their banks may ultimately reduce the principal they owe on their homes, there may be a glimmer of hope. While I have never advocated for large-scale, blanket principal reductions for underwater...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelBy Jennifer Curington, Tallahassee Bureau TALLAHASSEE – A task force appointed to seek ways to reduce the number of babies born addicted to drugs approved recommendations Monday that included providing immunity to pregnant mothers seeking substance-...
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