Tim Nickens - Former Editor of Editorials

Former Editor of Editorials

  1. Photo courtesy of FOX 13  The four Democratic candidates for Florida governor, from left,  Chris King, Gwen Graham, Philip Levine and Andrew Gillum during a debate Wednesday, April 18, 2018, moderated by Craig Patrick and sponsored by FOX 13. The 60-minute debate was commercial-free discussion of issues facing the Sunshine State.
  2. The Florida Democratic Party recently sent this mailer with pictures of Trump and Baker - and of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. with his quote, "There comes a time when silence is betrayal.'' King led the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Baker is supported by Sevell Brown, the long-time former president of the SCLC chapter in St. Petersburg. Baker decisively won the poor, black neighborhoods of Midtown in the primary. But the Kriseman campaign and the Democrats would rather cheapen a phrase from King's seminal speech against the Vietnam War than deal with reality.
  3. House Speaker Richard Corcoran.
  4. Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi campaigns for Donald Trump in Jacksonville last week. She blindly follows a man morally and temperamentally unfit for the presidency.
  5. Despite overwhelming evidence that Trump is temperamentally unsuited to be president, many of his supporters are able to overlook the insults in their determination to keep Hillary Clinton out of the White House.
  6. Rep. Richard Corcoran, R-Land O’Lakes, left, is chairman of the House Appropriations Committee. Sen. Tom Lee, R-Brandon, right, calls a $1 billion tax cut financially irresponsible.
  7. The Florida Suncoast Dome (now Tropicana Field) is shown in the early stages of construction in the late 1980s.
  8. Gov. Rick Scott’s official Twitter account, @FLGovScott, tweeted this picture Tuesday morning of him signing the state budget. He did it in private.
  9. Jun. 9, 2015• Archive
  10. Jun. 9, 2015• Archive
  11. Rick Scott, a former hospital executive, is a secretive, tone-deaf governor who still lacks a firm grasp of the tools of the office.
  12. The Florida Cabinet meets at the Florida State Fair.
  13. Nov. 3, 2014• Archive
  14. Sep. 2, 2014• Archive

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