Category Archives: Blogging

Pardon the interruption…

You may have noticed that TRR has been very lightly serviced as of late. Well…

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TRR vacation open thread

While the editor is away (in Colorado), feel free to blog about the country. I’ll be updating when I’m not having a martini. Enjoy!

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Happy New Year, you gorgeous creatures! Now enjoy these awesome fireworks…

As you can see, in the spirit of American exceptionalism, I’ve outsourced the fireworks to Asia …

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Blogsurfing: An ill wind blowing through the Sunshine State?

What’s percolating on the Florida blogs this morning? Over at SaintPetersblog, Peter Schorsch breaks down the bad, very bad, nasty numbers facing Democrats in the I-4. Read them here, but only while sitting down, preferably with a good, stiff drink. … Continue reading

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TRR gets Buzzed: runner-up for ‘winner of the week’

Well it’s a fine thing coming in second to Joe Garcia I guess not everyone can have an opponent who channels Mr. Bean … Congratulations to him, and thanks to The Buzz for the pub!

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Brand New Buzz

Congratulations to Adam Smith and the crew at the St. Pete Times on their new Buzz blog digs. Check out the new site here.

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In the tank? Conservative blogger on the Rubio payroll **UPDATED**

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Florida round-up: Republican Party of Partial Disclosure, America taken back! And Best of the Bay

The Republican Party of Florida releases “just the Crist parts” of its forensic audit, conveniently leaving out the years when a certain former House speaker was living it up on his party credit card, and when another former speaker was … Continue reading

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Kenric Ward comes unglued: assigns Reuters poll to Reid Report

The right wing website Sunshine State News, described by its executive editor Nancy Smith as a “conservative organization” (see here in comments, and note that she didn’t say “conservative news organization…”) has finally taken the chaser out. The site is … Continue reading

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@SaintPetersblog: Kendrick Meek, ‘new media’ and the perils of netrootlessness

Peter Schrsch reacts to the Kendrick Meek campaign’s dismissal of its new media director, Kenny Quinnell, and challenges the myth of a Florida netroots. At issue: does a campaign that doesn’t seem to “get” new media even need a new … Continue reading

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