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The Hypocrisy of Liberals Rears Its Head Again

When a Republican man speaks his mind concerning a Democrat woman, he is accused of personally attacking her. However, when the left personally attacks a woman on the right, you never hear a peep. Once again, we are seeing a case of the liberal’s double standard tactics at its finest! One of the hottest topics in the news currently is ...

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Where’s Sheila Jackson-Lee When You Need Her?

Sheila Jackson-Lee. Just her name alone invokes controversy. Never fear, she is at it again! On Friday, on the floor of the  House, Sheila Jackson-Lee let forth a rant accusing some members of Congress of refusing to raise the debt ceiling because President Barack Obama is black. “Read between the lines. What is different about this president that should put ...

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Casey Anthony, Not Guilty! Well Kinda

“If it doesn’t fit, you must acquit” seems appropriate as the news media pounces Casey Anthony’s jurors for making what they consider the wrong decision. In the court of public opinion, she is guilty! As the news media creates the newest reality star, they did not fall short on the accusations of the flaws within our judicial system. If you ...

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Michele Bachmann – Fluke, Flake or Phenom?

Michele Bachman is expected to formally declare her candidacy for President in Iowa today. Her name has risen from the  collection of unknowns in the GOP field to a virtual dead-heat with Mitt Romney in a recent Iowa poll. Is it just Iowa? Is she a serious candidate? Could she be the first woman President of the United States? Is ...

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Governor Nominates Mike Prendergast to Lead Veterans’ Affairs Agency

Tallahassee, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott today nominated Colonel Mike Prendergast, US Army (Retired), to take over as Executive Director of Florida’s Department of Veterans’ Affairs. If confirmed by the full Cabinet, Prendergast, who is currently serving as the Governor’s Chief of Staff, would take over the agency immediately following a special cabinet meeting. The agency has had an interim ...

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Conservative Hasner vs Charlie Crist re-do, Liberal George Lemieux for U.S. Senate Seat

Senator Bill Nelson ( D-Fl) is widely viewed today as too much of a far left Liberal across my State of Florida, and the battle for his U.S. Senate seat is already underway big-time. In one corner we have Charlie Crist re-make current Senator George LeMieux who has done nothing more than act like a liberal in his short time in ...

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Governor Scott Secures New Canadian Company HQ for Florida

In the following press release*  Governor Scott announces that Garda Security of Montreal, Canada will be relocating their U.S. Headquarters to Boca Raton Florida from California. Citing Florida’s recent business-friendly atmosphere, Garda President and CEO Stephan Cretier stated: “We have been extremely impressed with the vibrant business climate that the state of Florida is working to create. We appreciate the cooperation ...

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Andy Martin: 2012 Presidential Profile

Personal Information Anthony Robert Martin-Trigona was born in 1945 in Middletown, Connecticut to Helen and Ralph Beneducci Martin-Trigona. He currently lives in New York, New York. Mr. Martin is single. Religious Affiliation Episcopal   Education Graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Middletown, Connecticut 1966- Graduated with a B.A. degree from the University of Illinois 1969- Graduated with a J.D. degree ...

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Marco Rubio: 2012 Presidential Profile

            Background Marco Rubio was born in Miami in 1971 to a blue-collar family. His Cuban parents came to America after Fidel Castro’s takeover of their home country. Family Rubio and his wife Jeanette Dousdebes Rubio were married in 1998 and have four children. They live in West Miami, four blocks from the home his ...

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Governor Scott Vetoes $615 Million in Earmarks- Directs it Back into Education

Signs $69.1 Billion Budget; Calls on Legislature to Put Children First; Redirect Earmarks to K-12 Education The Villages, Fla. – In keeping his campaign promise to make the tough choices needed to turn Florida’s economy around and get Floridians back to work, Governor Rick Scott today vetoed $615 million in special-interest earmarks and signed the 2011-12 state budget. Governor Scott called on ...

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Dear Debbie Wasserman-Shultz – CC:DNC

Hello DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman-Shultz, I live in Tampa Florida, and just read your marvelous announcements about Fellow Democrat Kathy Hochul winning a seat in congress in the New York (26) special elections. Congratulations!  First of all I must comment on how I’m sure you know New York well, as you still have that New YAWK accent, even though you supposedly ...

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Governor Rick Scott Signs Seaport Competitive Edge Bill

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 24, 2011 CONTACT: LANE WRIGHT (850) 488-5394 Governor Scott Signs Bill to Give Florida Seaports Competitive Edge HB 283 Removes Burdensome Regulation, Saves Businesses $3 Million Tampa, Fla. – In keeping his promise to reduce burdensome, job-killing regulation, today Governor Rick Scott signed legislation during a visit to the Port of Tampa that enables Florida ’s ...

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Governor Scott Warns Governor Rick Perry- We Will be #1 .

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 19, 2011 Press release Governor Scott Warns Governor Perry: Watch Your Back! Florida Is Coming for That No. 1 Spot Tallahassee, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott warned Texas Governor Rick Perry not to get too comfortable as the No. 1 business friendly state. While our state moved up three places from last year’s survey of CEOs, ...

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Florida City Economy Invogorated By New Staffing Office

TAMPA, Fla., May 13, 2011 — In the midst of an economic crisis that has hit Florida harder than nearly any other state, some Florida businesses are booming. Businesswoman Rajh Cromie, owner of Snelling Staffing Services Tampa and Sarasota franchises, knows what works when it comes to connecting the right people to the right companies in Florida. As head of ...

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Democrats Love Affair With Big Oil

Recently Debbie Wasserman Shultz (D-Fl), who also happens to be the new head of the DNC, was on Fox News with some astounding revelations that Democrats have really concentrated on oil production recently. This comes from a woman who has voted against every single aspect of domestic oil exploration and development for the past decade in Congress ! While statistics do ...

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