Florida Senate Majority Leader Unaware Of 10th Amendment?
Florida Senate Majority Leader Andy Gardiner (R-Orlando) was a guest speaker at the South West Orange County Republican club (SWOCR) this past Wednesday. During a Q&A session, Gardiner surprisingly acknowledges that he was not familiar with the ‘Alinksi Method’, a theory of political organizing that is the lifeblood of the Democrat Party campaign plan. The question was raised in relationship to the recent mayoral election | 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 »
School Prayer Shelved In FL, Where’s the Outrage?
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press A bill to permit school prayers at sporting events and graduation ceremonies was temporarily postponed in the Florida Senate on Tuesday. The Anti-Defamation League and the ACLU, the usual suspects, said the bill could violate federal and state constitutional prohibitions of the endorsement of religion by schools. Of course, this is based on their interpretation. “In order to protect | Read More »
Senate Democrats Channeling Woodrow Wilson In Upcoming Power Grab
By Tom Tillison OrlandoPoliticalPress.com With the Republican Party having the majority in the House come January, we now see a sudden interest in bipartisanship in the media. Even Obama himself has come around, urging lawmakers to work in a spirit of bipartisanship when the new House and Senate reconvene next month. Yet, a little over a year ago when Rep. Edolphus Towns (D-N.Y.) locked Republicans | Read More »