Why is Florida's "conservative" Speaker of the House raising millions of dollars from progressive lawyers who advertise on television? House Speaker Richard Corcoran is no stranger to progressive sympathies, he openly does not support President Trump and has made millions personally working as a political insider prior to holding elected office.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is heading to Wisconsin, but it’s one year too late.
Fox News’ Lisa Boothe called out Democrats on Monday for failing to denounce the violent rioting from left-wing Antifa groups.
For once, cable news is not dominated by talking heads shouting at each other, but by images of volunteers, black and white, arriving in flat-bottomed boats to rescue neighbors from flooded buildings. Journalists are helping to direct emergency crews to save stranded drivers rather than encouraging enraged mobs to riot against the police.
Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson took on a Democratic strategist who supports a California bill that would sentence elder care workers to jail time for addressing transgender residents by the wrong pronoun.
A college professor said over the weekend that the devastation wreaked upon Texas by Hurricane Harvey “feels kinda like” instant karma for the state because it traditionally votes Republican.
On Monday, President Donald Trump posted a variety of tweets attacking former President Obama, The Washington Post, and thanking the National Guard for its help in rescuing Texans affected by flooding:
During a joint press conference with President of Finland Sauli Niinistö on Monday, President Donald Trump fielded a question regarding one of his long-held, highly contested campaign promises: The border wall between Mexico and the U.S.
Jack Latvala will formally kick off his campaign for governor today promising something almost unprecedented in modern Florida history: He will be a governor focused entirely on the state's future, not his own.
Clearwater Republican Jack Latvala, the chairman of the influential Senate Appropriations Committee, may soon be in a gubernatorial fight with House Speaker Richard Corcoran.