A.G. GancarskiMay 25, 2017

On Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott signed HB 457 into law, a measure that boosts penalties for terrorism charges. Among those charges: paramilitary training from foreign terrorist organizations; lending material support to those organizations; joining those organizations; and agri-terrorism. The bill creates a more expansive definition of “terrorism” and “terrorist activities” in the wake of the Pulse massacre in June. […]

Scott PowersMay 16, 2017

A lot of Florida’s Democratic members of Congress are responding with stunned disbelief to news reports — and President Donald Trump‘s Tuesday morning tweet — that he shared classified, highly sensitive ISIS information with Russian diplomats last week, calling the prospect inexcusable and demanding details. Republican U.S. Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen of Miami and Mario Diaz-Balart […]

Mitch PerryApril 11, 2017

In her first interview since she lost the race for president in November, Hillary Clinton said last week that “Certainly, misogyny played a role.” “I mean, that just has to be admitted,” she told New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristoff last Thursday night. “And why and what the underlying reasons were is what I’m trying to parse out myself.” Congresswoman Kathy […]

Scott PowersFebruary 9, 2017

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio continued his sharp attacks on Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday calling any potential grand deals “immoral” and “fantasy” while positioning himself to be in staunch opposition to any agreements President Donald Trump may want with Russia. On Thursday, speaking at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing entitled, “The United States, The Russian Federation and the […]

Guest AuthorJanuary 2, 2017

In case you missed it, the U.S. has been fighting an unconstitutional, undeclared war against Islamic terrorist enemies around the globe since 9/11. Its cost has been bleeding the American treasury and has depreciated the influence of America as the believable leader of the free world. When he takes office, Donald Trump’s first act as […]

Scott PowersDecember 16, 2016

Decrying the horrors of atrocities in the Middle East, President-elect Donald Trump both denounced reckless interventions and pledged to destroy ISIS and radical Islam during his “Thank You” tour stop in Orlando Friday night. Speaking before a huge outdoor crowd that he said numbered 22,000, Trump argued that the United States can’t get involved in […]

Joe HendersonOctober 19, 2016

Game-changer? Or victory lap? That’s two potential outcomes for tonight’s third, and final, presidential debate. The first one applies to Donald Trump. If he fails to change the election narrative in his last head-to-head face off with Hillary Clinton, his White House aspirations likely are finished (if they aren’t already). Clinton, ahead in the polls, […]


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