I’ve experienced the shock of the floor suddenly dropping out from under my feet as I sat atop Disney World’s 200-foot-tall “Tower of Terror.” I’ve felt the hair stand up on the back of my neck while being launched from nine miles per hour to 40 in a split second up the 105-foot first hill of Universal Studio’s ‘Incredible Hulk’ rollercoaster. But there’s nothing that compares to feeling flames kiss your hand as they spew out of a short-barreled fully-automatic M4 assault rifle while it eats through a 30 round magazine at 900 rounds per minute inside Orlando’s latest, and greatest, attraction: Machine Gun America.
Gulf Coast fisherman John L. Yates received a 30 day jail sentence and 3 years of probation after being convicted of breaking a law designed to prevent Enron style document destruction. Federal authorities accused Yates of destroying a number of undersized fish after being issued a citation for having caught them.
Hillary Clinton is traveling to Florida next month to headline a fundraising event for Charlie Crist, an ethically bankrupt man.