An Introduction on the Strategic Game Of Clash Of Clans

Clash of clans is quite a popular game which is available for both the IOS and Android users and it has over the time taken the mobile industry by a storm. It is a multiplayer online game which needs to be played strategically and which has been developed by supercell. Clash of clans is also […]

Tips for buying your heater

Choosing your home heater requires you pay attention to a number of important details to ensure your heater works adequately well while your safety is guaranteed. Here are the major things you need to consider while buying you next heater and also read some very good tips on keuzehelper, which will help you decide the […]

Make your kitchen look new and happening

Are you looking for a quality kitchen faucet? You do not know what to do? Where to buy the kitchen faucet from? If yes then continue reading, your kitchen faucet is the most used fixtures in your home. Over time, it gets worn or simply go out of style. It is therefore common to often […]

The Case for Ferre

Maurice Ferré, former Mayor of Miami and nephew of legendary Puerto Rico Governor Don A. Luis, could be the surprise winner of the 2010 Florida Democratic U.S. Senate Primary and the first Puerto Rican Senator if the extensive Hispanic voter registration plans of three non-profit voter registration foundations are successfully executed by August of 2010. […]

The Senate’s Biggest Sellout

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid almost has the votes for cloture on a health care bill that includes a public option, which, as Jane Hamsher notes, means that there a few members of the Democratic caucus who will not pledge to vote for cloture and are threatening to participate in a Republican filibuster of the bill. Extra emphasis […]

LeMieux’s Got Conflicts

Before he was appointed to the U.S. Senate, George LeMieux benefited from a contract awarded in December 2007 by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to his law firm, Gunster Yoakley & Stewart, to advise the state on the purchase of right of way on the tracks of the Florida East Coast Railroad. Gunster Yoakley […]

Will Cronyism Take Down Charlie Crist?

n November of 2008, I posed a question: will Jim Greer take down Charlie Crist? With Governor Crist’s once seemingly inevitable Senate bid in dire straits and the the Republican Party of Florida publicly imploding before our eyes, it is time to revise and revisit this question. Will cronyism take down Charlie Crist’s Senate campaign? The Orlando Sentinel reported […]

Meek and Ferre Battle for Headlines

Florida Democratic Senate candidates are finding that grabbing attention opposite the hottest political race of the primary season is no easy feat. The high-profile contest between moderate Gov. Charlie Crist and former State House Speaker and conservative poster-boy Marco Rubio for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate has obscured the primary race between U.S. Rep. […]

Bill McCollum: M.I.A. on RPOF

As the Republican Party of Florida implodes over new allegations of profligate spending, first revealed at The New Argument in November of 2008, Attorney General Bill McCollum is M.I.A. Despite evidence that at least three party leaders – Chairman Jim Greer, his deputy Delmar Johnson, and former House Speaker Ray Sansom – abused their RPOF American Express […]