Why is @AlexSinkFlorida so starkly terrified of @chucktodd? #fl13
Like Hot Air, I am just a touch bemused at reports that Alex Sink (Democratic candidate for Florida’s 13th district special election) is apparently adamant that she absolutely cannot be at a debate that has NBC’s Chuck Todd moderating it: When it came to laying down the ground rules for an upcoming debate in the closely watched Florida congressional special election, Democrat Alex Sink — | Read More »
Tech at Night: Bitcoin zealots freak out.
5 hour power outage Friday. Threw my whole day off, as you might imagine. I don’t even know whose fault it was: my apartment building’s or Dominion Power’s.
Apple cut Bitcoin from the App Store.. Bitcoiners are responding like a combination of spoiled children and offended followers of a religion. Wait until they find out that Russia is banning bitcoin and Florida is going after Bitcoin money laundering.
Bitcoin and crime go hand in hand. Mt. Gox is now preparing to rip off its users once and for all, it seems. Mt. Gox is the Magic: the Gathering Online eXchange, a site originally founded to trade collectible game cards, but now trades Bitcoins. Also, organized drug dealers are looking at Bitcoin.
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DCCC Resorts to Desperate Contradictory Memos About Lobbyists and Party-Switchers
If you actually read through some of the paper that the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is putting out, you’ll start to get the impression that the Democrats have stopped trying to take back the House this year. Or at least they’ve got some management problems, because they’ve clearly let go of whatever copy editor was responsible for making sure the DCCC doesn’t blatantly contradict itself | Read More »
If you like your concealed-carry permit, you can keep it
There’s a good reason people are growing nervous about the huge amount of information our government is amassing on its citizens. The strange story of John Filippidis should put a chill in the hearts of everyone concerned about protecting their Constitutional rights, especially their gun rights. Filippidis is a Floridian with a concealed-carry permit, who drove to visit family in New Jersey over the Christmas | Read More »
This half-despairing statement from a Florida physician will break your heart. #obamacare
LIBRE has put out this ad out against Joe Garcia in Florida. You see, Rep. Garcia – when he’s not hiring chiefs of staff who later get convicted for election fraud – has been recently trying to quietly distance himself from Obamacare. Presumably this has been because Obamacare has been generally awful… and awful and arrogantly dismissive of Latino voters. So LIBRE has set up | Read More »
Will The Moon Belong to China?
China Moon * Major General John K. Singlaub, USA (ret.)** Thomas R. Spencer*** As the Space Shuttle touched down, for the very last time in Florida on July 21, 2011, one could almost hear the China National Space | Read More »
Updating the 2014 Gubernatorial Races- Part 2: The South
There are seven gubernatorial races in the South in 2014. Six of those states are led by Republican governors, none term-limited although one (Rick Perry in Texas) is not seeking another term. The lone Democrat- Mike Beebe in Arkansas- is term limited. First the easy races. In Tennessee, Bill Haslam enjoys astronomical approval ratings at 76%. Six months ago, he was at 61% according to | Read More »
Rep. Joe Garcia’s (D, Florida) former chief of staff is going to jail.
But there’s no such thing as election fraud in this country: Congressman Joe Garcia’s former chief of staff will head to jail for orchestrating a fraudulent, online absentee-ballot request plot during last year’s elections.
Joe Garcia (D, Florida 26) SWEARS that that $25 grand payout wasn’t hush money.
Oh, dear. This looks very awkward: What’s worse than firing your top political adviser and chief of staff amid a state elections-fraud investigation? Having to pay him $25,000 in invoices that appear once the FBI opens up a separate inquiry. Welcome to Congressman Joe Garcia’s world.
Supreme Court To Rule On Whether Forced Unionization Violates Constitution
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case involving forced unionization in Illinois. The Mackinac Center Legal Foundation ( MCLF) and two other organizations requested that the Court hear the case. The MCLF, along with The Cato Institute and the National Federation of Independent Business, have filed an amicus brief. The case was filed by the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation on | Read More »
Former US Senator, George LeMieux, Endorses Republican Richard DeNapoli
FORMER US SENATOR, GEORGE LEMIEUX, ENDORSES RICHARD DENAPOLI FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 7, 2013 Nokomis, FL – Today, businessman, former prosecutor, and Republican Party leader, Richard DeNapoli, earned the endorsement of Former United States Senator, George LeMieux. In endorsing Richard, Senator LeMieux said, “Richard DeNapoli is dedicated to solving the problems that face Floridians today and rising to the opportunities that can make Florida an even better | Read More »
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State Representative Dane Eagle Endorses Republican Richard DeNapoli
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 28, 2013 Contact 813-477-2414 STATE REPRESENTATIVE DANE EAGLE ENDORSES RICHARD DENAPOLI Fellow Realtor Cites DeNapoli’s Deep Financial Experience and Knowledge of Serious Issues Facing Florida Nokomis, FL – Today, businessman and Republican Party stalwart, Richard DeNapoli, earned the primary endorsements of State Representative Dane Eagle. In endorsing DeNapoli, Representative Eagle said, “Richard DeNapoli is the kind of energetic, idea-driven, problem-solving leader we | Read More »
#UncleCharlie (aka @charliecristfl): @FLGovScott Is Laser Focused On #Jobs Creation
If you live in Florida, you know that Charlie Crist is thinking about running for Florida Governor again. This time, as a Democrat. On a plateform of …voter suppression? Charlie Crist has signaled for months that voter suppression by Florida Republican leaders in 2012 will be a key line of attack against Rick Scott should Crist run for governor as a Democrat. Of course, he | Read More »
Derek Medina kills wife then updates Facebook status to include photo
A South Miami man is being held without bond Friday after gunning down his wife and posting gruesome photos of her body on Facebook, according to police and The Miami Herald. Turning himself in to police Thursday, Derek Medina, 31, was booked into the Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center early Friday following the shooting death of his wife, Jennifer Alonso, 26. Under the caption “RIP Jennifer Alonzo,” | Read More »
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Shut Down ObamaCare, Not Government
I didn’t come to Washington to shut down the federal government; I came to help bring it back to its proper role. This role should create an environment where America is the easiest and best place in the world to create better paying jobs by starting a business or growing an existing one. One way to do that is by ending failed programs like ObamaCare | Read More »