Leading House Conservative, Neil Combee, Endorses Republican Richard DeNapoli
LEADING HOUSE CONSERVATIVE, NEIL COMBEE, ENDORSES RICHARD DENAPOLI October 21, 2013 at 2:51pm Combee Cites DeNapoli’s Small Business and Financial Planning Background Along With His Years of Service to the Grassroots of the Republican Party Nokomis, FL – Today, businessman, former prosecutor, and Republican Party leader, Richard DeNapoli, announced the endorsement of State Representative Neil Combee. In endorsing Richard, Representative Combee said, “Responsible, long term financial | Read More »
Sine Die; May It Come To A Merciful End
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press As the Florida Legislature winds down this year’s legislative session, for many it cannot end soon enough. It’s been a long 60 days of being told one thing and seeing another done. Sixty days of the House pointing a finger at the Senate and the Senate pointing back at the House. It was said of last year’s session that | Read More »
Governor Rick Scott’s Job Budget
This will be a YouTube heavy post, as this was meant for those of you who couldn’t make it. Yesterday, Florida Governor Rick Scott choose to unroll his budget in my backyard. It took place during a Tea Party* rally in Eustis, where Rick Scott got a warm welcome (as you will see). I had to go to another meeting about the local school board | Read More »
Governor-Elect Rick Scott Says The Right Things
(Via Florida Pundit) Governor-Elect Rick Scott says the right things, but one has to wonder if he means it:
Gov-Elect Rick Scott: Time To Kill SunRail In Its Crib
Time to kill it. Kill it like Obama wanted to kill failed-aborted babies: Ohio stands to receive $400 million for the program to connect Ohio’s biggest cities by rail, but Governor-elect John Kasich doesn’t want it.
SunRail Is A Go
Which is frankly a bad thing*: TALLAHASSEE — Ending decades of bottlenecked ambitions for Central Florida mass transit, the Florida Legislature on Tuesday gave final approval to the SunRail train that’s expected to start carrying passengers in 2012.