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Greer Looted His Own Campaign 1/11/10
The Idea that Jim Greer, the embattled Florida Republican State Chairman was removed from office by right-winger in some ideological jihad, is a joke. Rather than being a moderate Republican martyr, Greer was removed for financial improprieties, political incompetence and the worst people skill since Simon Cowell.

Does LeMieux Have A Conflict? 1/11/10

Rothstein's Plea 1/11/10
Fort Lauderdale attorney Scott Rothstein's decision to plead guilty in the billion dollar PONZI scam that he perpetrated on innocent investors is ominous news for Florida Democratic candidate Alex Sink.

2009 Best Dressed List 1/1/10
Every year Hollywood designer and arbiter of fashion, Mr. Richard Blackwell, published his list of the ten best and worst dressed people in the demimonde. Mr. Blackwell has since gone to his maker, but the STONEzone refuses to let this fine tradition die. Last year we published our first 10 BEST AND WORST DRESSED PEOPLE in the world. It was well received.

Roger Stone Talks About The FLA Senate Race, Rothstein, Indian Gaming and Barack Obama 1/1/10

Politico: Roger Stone's long campaign against Eliot Spitzer 1/1/10

Open Letter to Arianna Huffington 12/21/09
I like Arianna Huffington. I know her a bit from our mutual days in Washington. She is a gutsy woman who has become a major force in public opinion through sheer persistence and determination. I admired her bid for Governor of California. It takes courage to enter the arena. She's also not above changing her views when the facts change. She is quick on her feet, knows her facts and is always good television. I appreciated her posting my 'TEN BEST DRESSED' list for 2009 on the Huffington Post last January. With Mr. Blackwell having moved on to that great fitting room in the sky, someone had to pick up this tradition.

Why Does Anyone Give Gail Collins A Column? 12/21/09
The New York Times has plenty of smug, annoying and fashionably liberal writers but none can top Gail Collins for ad hominem attacks, condescending snootiness and a false belief in her insights - all them "of the moment" Manhattan conventional wisdom.

Spitzer For Comptroller 12/15/09
Normally I like the New York Post's Andrea Peyser. She's a sassy writer who tells it like it is and isn't afraid to challenge the politically correct or break the china. When it comes to Eliot Spitzer's comeback however, she is wrong. He may run but he will never again win a position of public trust.

Crist Pressed In Primary 12/15/09
Where is the Charlie Crist who ran for Governor in 2006? That Charlie Crist was focused on a set agenda, optimistic and approachable. His goals for Florida were clear. Now in the U.S. Senate race, he sounds petulant and even arrogant. He needs to avoid the hubris of his fellow Governor, Eliot Spitzer.

The Bruno Decision 12/11/09
The cockamamie criminal case of Joe Bruno, the longtime New York Republican Senate Leader, with its assorted procession of colorful witnesses, its arrogant pro-prosecution judge who didn't bother to hide his hatred of Bruno, and a pugilistic and unbowed defendant, has laid bare the business of Albany to the public eye. For those who daily slog its halls, news of such tacit wink and nod arrangements that are at issue in the Bruno trial, are so pedestrian in a capital of leaky ethics that nary an insider pricked a brow. It is also why Joe Bruno is so contemptuous about the charges he faces; he played by the rules as he and all of Albany understood them.

Stone With Morley On Rothstein 12/8/09

Sharpe Shenanigans 12/7/09
The Bruno Jury in Albany is hung. After six full days of deliberation, the Jury has passed notes to Judge Gary Sharpe, a hard-drinking former U.S. Attorney for this district with questions that are all arguably favorable to the 81 year old former Majority Leader in the New York Senate.

Rock and Roll Rothstein 12/4/09
People don't really recognize the extent to which Fort Lauderdale lawyer and accused Ponzi schemer Scott Rothstein was a showman. Rothstein had a way of being the center of attention in any room or setting. He was loud, gregarious and affectionate. He kissed male and female acquaintances and signed all his closing correspondence "Love Ya."

The Spitzer Watch 12/3/09
Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer continues to make the rounds of ?safe? media interviews ? that is interviews with liberal media outlets where the interviewer will ask him about the Fed, Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Wall Street but won?t ask him about the $80,000 a year he spent on prostitutes while he was the highest law enforcement officer in the State, as well as Governor, his use of multiple escort services, his misuse of the State Police to spy on his political opponents, and the illegal loans from his father that financed his political career or his physical abuse of individual call girls.

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