Bachmann-Palin Media Overdrive
Naturally, being of the tea party mindset and having absolutely no trust in the media, my conspiratorial juices, which I like to refer to as skeptical intrigue, begin to flow…
And speaking of conspiracy theories, there’s a healthy representation of conservatives that firmly believes that the media promoted John McCain’s candidacy in 2008 simply because they believed he was the best possible match up for Obama. Which was working just as planned until a certain Alaska Governor came into the picture…
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2012; Time For Right To ‘Gird Your Loins’!
With little effort extended nowadays to disguise it, it’s a given that the vast majority in the media are more interested in advancing an ideology that reporting the news, and the 2012 election will be no exception.
It is also a given that this same majority are fully vested in the re-election of Barack Obama. With this in mind, conservatives can expect to see the most negative campaign season in American history.
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Does God Embrace The Progressive Left Ideology?
By Tom Tillison Florida PoliticalPress Conservatives looking to secure the traditional values that made America the most prosperous and free country in human history appear to have yet another foe in this grand quest. It is well known to most on the right that the Progressive Left – which now totally dominates the Democratic Party, stand as a very real challenge to the founding principles | Read More »
Twelve Simple Questions For Jacksonville Mayoral Candidate Alvin Brown
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press Democrat Alvin Brown is in a runoff for mayor of Jacksonville, Florida. He’s been fortunate to gain the endorsement of the ever-shrinking Florida Times-Union, as well as a number of GOP donors. One endorsement Brown does not appear to have much interest in is from the tea party, having rejected the invitation from Billie Tucker and the First Coast | Read More »
2011 Florida Legislative Wins, Losses And WTF’s
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press The following is a list of some of the activity from the just completed 2011 Florida Legislative Session compiled from the St. Petersburg Times. All passed bills await Gov. Scott’s approval unless otherwise noted. I’ve categorized the list by Wins, Defeats and WTF’s from a tea party perspective. Asterisks are mine, indicating inclusion may be subject to interpretation. Final | 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 »
Florida On Illegal Immigration; We Are A Nation Of Men, Not Laws
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press It appears that The Florida Legislature will once again bend to the will of special interests when it comes to addressing the illegal immigration problem in this state. At a time when more and more states are finding the political courage to take on this unpopular issue, Florida continues to err on the side of money and power. Business | Read More »
Democrat Lawmaker Attacks Colleague On FL House Floor
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press A Democrat lawmaker lost it on the Florida House floor yesterday. Democratic state Rep. Scott Randolph completely lost his composure over a fellow Democrat’s support of an abortion bill. After Rep. Daphne Campbell voted in favor of the bill, Randolph flew into a fit of rage throwing papers at her and threatening her. Others present say Randolph said. | Read More »
Far Left Ambush Florida Congressman Dan Webster
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press So the radical Far Left have moved into Florida. Republican Congressman Dan Webster held a town hall yesterday in Orlando that quickly deteriorated into “bedlam”, as reported in the local paper. Far Left organizations MoveOn.org and Organize Now, among others, orchestrated a well planned ambush. There were about 300 people in attendance at this, the third town hall held | Read More »
2012; Can The Left ‘Out Tea Party’ The Tea Party?
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press Things seem to be just a little too quiet… get the feeling this is the calm before the storm? Congress is in recess in Washington and the Florida Legislature has been off for a few days due to the Easter Holiday. Is it just me or is there not such an incredible feeling of relief in this country when | Read More »