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Who owns U.S. Sugar?

We know who U.S. Sugar owns but who owns them?

“US sugar is owned 30% by the Mott Foundation. 30% is owned by the Mott Children’s Health Center. 1,229 more words


Past Dem governor nominees Charlie Crist, Alex Sink, Jim Davis host Patrick Murphy fundraiser

Florida’s last three Democratic nominees for governor — Charlie Crist, Alex Sink and Jim Davis — are on the host committee for a June 28 fundraiser in Tampa for Rep. 173 more words

George Bennett

5 Lies the Florida Democratic Party Needs to Stop Telling

The LEAD (Leadership Expansion to Advance Democrats) Task Force Report led by Former Orlando Police Chief Val Demings and US Senator Bill Nelson is about to come out, so there’s going to be some discussion about how the party does stuff going forward. 1,791 more words

Florida Democrats

On having "skin in the game" this Memorial Day

The Florida Squeeze has been hosting some interesting discussions lately,
particularly regarding the role of activists and blogs like this one. With regard to the discomfiting loss in Jacksonville one notion repeated a few times was the idea that bloggers and activists need to be still. 626 more words

Florida Democrats

Totally St. Augustine #21 (April 20, 2015)

Will pigs fly for Rubio once again?

I normally do not cover politics in my role as a community columnist. I think I touched on the subject one time so far and that was after an election had concluded. 575 more words


Candidate Evaluations: Marco Rubio

Marco Rubio has declared his intent to run for president, so it’s time for another entry in the 2016 Candidate Evaluations series, where we examine a candidate’s background, policy history, and explicit statements in an attempt to figure out whether the candidate would actually be any good at being president. 1,006 more words


U.S. Senator Marco Rubio giving up Senate seat to seek White House

Rubio, trying to become America’s first Latino president, kicks off 2016 campaign in Miami

MIAMI (CFP) — Charging that “our very identity as an exceptional nation is at stake,” … 631 more words