Brown-Waite (R FL-05) And Nugent Shenanigans
I know this news broke Friday (April, 30th), but for some reason I am just now hearing about this: “As I have prepared for my campaign, I have been troubled by persistent health problems and have come to the disappointing and sad conclusion that I cannot run for reelection. There are simply too many unresolved issues around my health and my pancreas in particular. As | Read More »
Quote Of The Day: Charlie Crist
“He’s realizing he can’t win as a Republican anymore. … He’s making John Kerry look like the Rock of Gibraltar.” – Florida State Senator Mike Haridopolos
Moderate Vs Politician
Ok, we all know Charlie Crist is the worest person since Benedict Arnold (or Arlen Specter, take your pick). But this Burn All The Moderates thing is a bit over the top, no?
President Viktor Yanukovych: Great Hunger Not Genocide
Honestly, I don’t blame President Viktor Yanukovych: Ukraine: No Genocide By Russia In ‘Great Hunger’ Strasbourg, France (AP) – In a major turnabout in Ukrainian policy, new President Viktor Yanukovych says the 1930s Stalinist famine that killed millions should not be considered genocide against Ukrainians because it targeted its victims indiscriminately. Yanukovych told the Council of Europe on Tuesday that he considered the famine “a | Read More »
Audio: Florida Indecision 2010 (Part One)
In what I hope to be a regular feature, I would like to introduce: Florida Indecision 2010 (Part One) My first guest is Moe Lane, who talks with me about George LeMieux and Kendrick Meek (the Democratic front runner). In the first part, we talk about if George Lemieux is going to be a spoiler in this race. Then we talk about if Marco Rubio | Read More »
Everybody Draw Mohammed Day: May 20th
It is times like these that I wish I can draw something better than a stick figure (Via Hot Air): First Annual Everybody Draw Mohammad Day Via Dan Savage’s blog at The Stranger, some clever chappie (I don’t know who) has declared May 20, 2010 “Everybody Draw Mohammad Day,” in support of Matt Stone and Trey Parker and in opposition to religious thuggery. Why May | Read More »
LeMieux To Endorse Rubio?
Now wouldn’t this just make my day (via Hot Air): LeMieux, who ran Crist’s past campaigns, served as his chief of staff at one point and has largely been seen as Crist’s top political advisor, now has his own political career to consider. Appointed to replace ex-Sen. Mel Martinez (R) last year, LeMieux is said to be taking a serious look at challenging Sen. Bill | Read More »
VIDEO: Marco Rubio On Obama Terrorism Policy
This is why I love, LOVE Marco Rubio (Via The Other McCain):
Allen West To Nancy Pelosi: Give Me That Damn Gavel
At least, that is what he wants to say to her (Via MsUnderestimated):
Obama Administration On Iran Nukes: Plan B? What Plan B?
If this shocks you, you haven’t been paying attendtion (Via Hot Air) Gates Says U.S. Lacks Policy To Curb Iran’s Nuclear Drive Several officials said the highly classified analysis, written in January to President Obama’s national security adviser, Gen. James L. Jones, touched off an intense effort inside the Pentagon, the White House and the intelligence agencies to develop new options for Mr. Obama. They | Read More »
Breaking: Mitt Romney To Endorse Marco Rubio
I first heard of this on Ace Of Spades and got a hit on CBS News. AP – Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney will endorse Marco Rubio over Gov. Charlie Crist in Florida’s Republican Senate primary. Romney plans to make the announcement on Saturday, according to a Romney adviser who wanted to remain anonymous because the announcement hasn’t been made yet.
ObamaCare: Karma, It’s Whats For Breakfast
Via Allahpundit: Baffled by Health Plan? Some Lawmakers Also Seem None Too Clear The law apparently bars members of Congress from the federal employees health program, on the assumption that lawmakers should join many of their constituents in getting coverage through new state-based markets known as insurance exchanges. But the research service found that this provision was written in an imprecise, confusing way, so it | Read More »
Under Obama: Asia Has Gone To Hell
Obama just can’t catch a break in Asia, can he? Via Ace Of Spades: Russia has long dreamed of evicting the United States from Central Asia and a Russian official said on Thursday that Moscow would urge the interim Kyrgyz government to shut the U.S. base. Suspicions of the Kremlin’s hand in the unrest were raised when Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin became the first | Read More »
Daniel Hannan On Tea Party Movement
If there was ever a kindred spirit across the pond, it resides in Daniel Hannan:
Prosecuting Your Competition (UPDATE)
You have heard the story before. Hugo Chavez or Vladimir Putin arresting or prosecuting their main rival for their job. You think to yourself that this will never happen here in the US. That this ugliness, if it does happen, would be front page news. You can almost imagine the outrage at Obama even hinting at doing this toward Palin. Well, it’s going on right | Read More »
Senator John Kerry: Syria Committed To Mideast Peace
“Show me your friends, and I tell you who you are.” U.S. Senator John Kerry says Syria is committed to engaging in peace making and is essential to the process. The Democratic senator, who is the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, told reporters after a three-hour meeting with President Bashar Assad Thursday that Washington is also concerned about the flow of weapons to | Read More »
Don’t Feel Sorry For Caterpillar
Don’t you dare feel sorry for Caterpillar or for it’s CEO Jim Owens.
Stand With Sager: The Man Of Hell No
“If Republicans are the Party of No, then I’m going to be The Man Of HELL NO!” -Jason Sager (CAN-R-FL-05) I laughed, “Can I quote you?” In fact, I love the quote so much, I choose it as the title of this article. This quote came at the end of our almost two hour talk, and so I will put it in context later. I | Read More »
Interview With Sager (CAN-R-FL-05)
Today, I am interviewing Jason Sager who is running against Ginny Brown-Waite for the Republican nomination in my district.
Revolutions Do Indeed Start In Massachusetts
On December 16, 1773, after officials in Boston refused to return three shiploads of taxed tea to Britain, a group of colonists boarded the ships and destroyed the tea by throwing it into Boston Harbor. This set in motion events that lead to the American Revolution in 1775.
, Boston Tea Party
, Chuck DeVore
, Marco Rubio
, Michael Williams
, Pat Toomey
, Samuel Adams
, Scott Brown