BBC News

As Democrats and Republicans vie for domination of the US Senate come November's mid-term elections, two Florida politicians are vying to demonstrate who cares most about the solar system.

Florida Today

Some ads, mailings and signs that tout one candidate or trash the other are paid for by outside political groups that critics say can wield huge influence with little accountability and few limits on contributions.

Orlando Sentinel

In a congressional race that might otherwise be an uneventful re-election stroll for incumbent U.S. Rep. Bill Posey, R-Rockledge, Democratic nominee Gabriel Rothblatt is drawing attention for family connections that are fueling his run with money.


Now, the question is will we ever return to the moon? NASA has its sights set somewhere else: Mars. But lawmakers, including the one who represents the Space Coast, would rather we return to the moon first.

NYT Rebuttal

Preposterous? Preposterous is the New York Times publishing an article without even trying to attempt to contact its sources. No better than and similar low-brow internet blogs who republish and spin the honest journalistic efforts of USA Today's Fredreka Schouten...

USA Today

Democrat Gabriel Rothblatt may be a political newcomer in Florida politics, but he says his bid for a U.S. House seat is just the beginning...

NewSpace 2014

At the 2014 NewSpace Conference Gabriel Rothblatt shared his perspectives on making cheap access to space an American priority. While delivering the dissenting opinion, he eloquently explains why cheap access to space is necessary but should not be the overwhelming focus.

Time Magazine

A new religion has set out to store memories for centuries and deliver its believers into a world where our souls can outlive our selves… Welcome to the future. Hope you don’t mind E.T. leafing through your diary.