Has America entered the new age when even the police are not safe from being suspect because they do not support Barack Obama as president? This seems to be the case for a…Continue
RESOLUTION TO IMPEACH HOLDER BEING DRAFTED, FLORIDA REP. SAYS
Some House Republicans are talking impeachment these days, but not of President Barack Obama. The scalp they’re looking for is that of Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
From Operation Fast and Furious to the wiretapping of…Continue
Added by Kathryn McEwen on November 7, 2013 at 4:16pm — No Comments
It’s hard work being a modern day patriot. But people all over Florida did just that on Tuesday.
Joe Kilinski of Palm City was up at 3:00 a.m. and headed to Ocala, where a group of over 20 people were already in place to wave signs on an overpass during the morning rush hour traffic. Leaving that venue, Kilinski wanted to stop by Orange City, but was too late. So he headed for West Palm Beach. He didn’t arrive back at home until 6:00 p.m.
The group, Overpasses for Obama’s…Continue
After spending the night at the state Capitol with protestors, Jesse Jackson has refused to comply with Gov. Rick Scott’s request. Scott called on Jackson to apologize to Floridians after his most recent remarks referring to the Sunshine State as the “Selma of our time.”
Jackson stood by his remarks on Wednesday and said he prefers a private conversation with the governor instead of apologizing, according to a statement from the governor’s office.
After sending Senator Don Gaetz(R) my letter explaining the positions of James Madison, Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton on State Sovereignty, the Republican leader of the Florida Senate says that citizens who agree with the writer of the Declaration of Independence should be summarily shot and hanged. Does that means Don Gaetz is in favor of shooting the many Catholic Bishops and other religious leaders who have said that they will not comply with this mandate? Notice the…Continue
Well it is election season in Florida and we have a reputation for causing minor controversy – remember the 2000 election where President Bush won Florida by a few hundred votes? As I have repeatedly said Florida is the key in deciding who will be President and can help shift control of the U.S. Senate this…Continue
I recently wrote a column about Caren Lobo, wife of Richard M. "Dick" Lobo (pictured), and her attempt to stifle free speech in Sarasota, Florida. Well her husband Dick is doing the same globally and runs “the worst organization in the Federal…Continue
Added by Dr. Rich Swier on March 29, 2012 at 7:59am — No Comments
Diane McFarlin, Publisher of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune (SH-T), gave a platform to Caren Lobo (pictured) to attack the free speech rights of Mike Fox. Mrs. Lobo wrote a guest column titled, “A Sarasotans' negative sign”. The column is…Continue
On April 6, 2008 then Senator Barack Obama, candidate for the Democrat nomination for President, said at a campaign stop, “They get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or…Continue
Mike Fox is an ordinary citizen who has played by the rules and done his best not to become a burden on society. Mike recently purchased a piece of property in Sarasota, Florida. According to Mike, “I purchased the property as a lifelong saver who played by the rules, paid all taxes, honored my debts and obligations and had a very conservative economic plan, who found my savings being repeatedly devalued by the Federal government's stimulus plan and the Federal Reserve's quantitative easing…Continue
Hat tip to Diane from EducatingFlorida.com for this report from CPAC.
Rick Santorum’s IA surge turned into a tsunami Tuesday night, as he won three out of three nominating contests by commanding margins that swept away Mitt Romney’s inevitability and Newt Gingrich’s grandiosity. Santorum’s wins will energize his supporters, excite conservatives…Continue
Added by Eugene Wakefield on January 30, 2012 at 11:00am — No Comments
Following the two Florida debates this week, the intensity of the GOP presidential contest seemed to increase dramatically. Beginning on Wednesday there were numerous articles and statements from elites discussing Newt’s numerous flaws. It appeared as if all his opponents were in league to deny the nomination to the former Speaker. The Thursday debate almost made me yearn for a monarchy….until I recalled that we have an embryonic one in place right now. In a nation of 312 million people…Continue
Added by Charlie Earl on January 28, 2012 at 5:24am — No Comments
There are few who know Mitt Romney better than those who voted for him and then saw his administration in action. Brian and Amy talk about how Romney actually…Continue
Added by Dr. Rich Swier on January 27, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
South Carolinians are voting in the primaries today (Saturday). If the most recent polls are correct, Newt Gingrich should eke out a victory. This development would mean that Santorum narrowly wins Iowa, Romney cruises in New Hampshire and Gingrich nails the first Southern contest. Delegate apportionment is all over the map, but it appears that Ron Paul will be hanging in there in second place with committed delegates. Newt’s victory (if it occurs) would suggest that Republicans of South…Continue
Nearby my home here in Northwest Ohio are two little towns that have been tempting me to use them metaphorically. There are other towns in the region that are phenomenal candidates for illustrative purposes, but these two are a mere 15 miles apart and are perfect for a reflective metaphor. Liberty Center and Whitehouse are ideal settings for an apocryphal look at our current situation in the United States of America. For those of you familiar with our little corner of the world, the nation…Continue