Florida House Speaker Richard Corcoran lives the high life. He’s raising big money for the state Republican Party and his political committee, and the cash is being spent on junkets to Napa Valley, charter planes and steak dinners.
A self-proclaimed foe of special interests, Richard Corcoran says using their donations on private jets, posh hotels, expensive restaurants and fancy cigars is how he gets Republicans elected.
If you thought Richard Corcoran was a true conservative, you're going to want to find out more about Florida's finest flip-flopper and establishment politician. Read about how he answered a reporter's question on his support of President Donald Trump in 2016.
As the United States marks National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day on Thursday — 76 years after the attack that drove American involvement in World War II — annual observances will once again ensure that Dec. 7, 1941, remains a date that lives in infamy.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) has donated to Democratic nominee Doug Jones’s campaign for Senate in Alabama. Flake on Tuesday tweeted a photo of a check he wrote for $100 to the Jones campaign, adding “Country over Party” in the memo line of the check and in the tweet.
President Trump on Wednesday formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, reversing nearly seven decades of American foreign policy and setting in motion a plan to move the United States Embassy from Tel Aviv to the fiercely contested Holy City.
Before she filed a sexual harassment complaint against Sen. Jack Latvala, Senate aide Rachel Perrin Rogers allegedly engaged in a pattern of raising claims against fellow staffers at the Senate Majority Office, according to a sworn affidavit released Monday.
Is Trump wannabe Richard Corcoran trying to elevate his opposition to sanctuary cities using fiction? Let us know what you think.
We're glad Richard Corcoran decided he wants to "clean up" Tallahassee. He sure has had a dangerous dependence on special interests in the past.
Richard Corcoran is on a politically motivated crusade to slash government-funded business incentives to prop his campaign and Jack Latvala isn't having any of it.