Bron, don't go. But if you go, thanks!
Jul 10, 2014
I will always cherish watching your games with my Dad who is 95 this year and was the player-coach of the Army Air Corp All-Guadalcanal team in WW II. And with my daughters and 10-year-old son, Max, who reads your quotes and has your picture over his bed. And with my wife, who gets so anxious in the fourth quarter that she usually records the game and will only watch if I tell her "it will be fine."
So thanks, but don't go.
One million Floridians.
May 3, 2014
But now that there is zero evidence that Florida is losing jobs due to the ACA and with one million Floridians signed up and enjoying its benefits, I wonder what Rick Scott is going to say?More... ~ 2 Comments
Rick Scott lawyers up...again.
Mar 4, 2014
As a former federal prosecutor, I can appreciate Rick Scott's strategy. Most good defense lawyers advise their clients to say nothing when words can only get them in trouble. But Rick Scott is not a putative criminal defendant trying to avoid indictment; he is a governor leading a state. He needs to act like one.More... ~ 4 Comments
Before stand your ground you were allowed to stand your ground!
Feb 27, 2014
Nowhere in Florida would a person have been prosecuted for using deadly force if retreating was dangerous. If you found yourself in such a spot, you were allowed to stand your ground and shoot, stab, strike, bite, punch, and kick — whatever it took to protect yourself or another, with absolutely no obligation to retreat.More... ~ 4 Comments
The Gelber-Gladstone Children's Courthouse is Named
Feb 9, 2014
It's fitting that Miami-Dade's children's courthouse bears his name. He administered justice based on the simple principles he learned in his life's journey: everybody is born equal; every child deserves a chance, and some a second chance; the best way to teach is by example; and try to do right every day and history will treat you kindly.More... ~ 8 Comments
That's just mean!
Jan 30, 2014
As a society we are judged by how we treat our least vulnerable. Our poor, our aged, and our children. It's a sorry day when in a growing economy we can find enough money to give a tax break for major corporations, but not a few bucks to ensure our most vulnerable have access to something as basic as food. This is quite a commentary on what's really important to Rick Scott.
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