Van Jones Refers To Tea Party As ‘Cheap Patriots’ Out To Destroy The American Dream
In a recent interview with Truthout, a Progressive Left organization that bills itself as an ‘independent’ source for news and commentary, self avowed communist and 9/11 truther Van Jones made the following remarks about the tea party; “The real fight is not between conservatives and liberal, or even between Wall Street and Main Street. The real fight is between ‘cheap patriots,’ who are trying | Read More »
Adam Hasner, Adolf Hitler And The St Pete Times
The U.S. Senate race in Florida is not so much the focus here as is the media and the tactics that can be expected in the coming months. To those who are more interested in restoring this country to it’s former greatness than transforming it into a progressive ‘spread the prosperity’ Euro-socialist society currently being promulgated by the Left, I’ve often said that the media | Read More »
Mike McCalister, A ‘National Tea Party Star’???
An oft repeated sentiment in tea party circles nowadays is that the upcoming election may very well be the last opportunity conservatives have to hold on to that which still resembles in some way the country we grew up in. Naturally, every election is referred to at some point as ‘the most important election of our lifetime’. Yes, a tired, overused cliche. Yet, when you | Read More »
Beware; Visionary RPOF Chairman Sees Value Of Tea Party
This past Wednesday, Miami Herald’s Marc Caputo wrote a piece warning the GOP that ‘the tea party movement that swept you into office in 2010 could cost you the next election’. Caputo based this premise on an internal Republican poll that shows the tea party is a turnoff to many Florida voters. Ironically, the very next day Republican Party of Florida Chairman Dave Bitner and | Read More »
Where Does The Tea Party Stand On The Ryan Budget?
By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press “One of the most prominent Tea Party leaders in all of Florida” has come out in strong opposition to the Ryan Budget plan. Wow! Pretty compelling stuff, agree? Everett Wilkinson, chairman of the South Florida Tea Party, sent out an email to his followers this past week that included these comments; “The Tea Party and the GOP need to | Read More »
Tea Party Lessons From The 2010 Primary
With the U.S. Senate race to unseat Progressive-Lite Bill Nelson well underway here in Florida, the 2012 election season is off and running. Unbelievable, huh? Much like NASCAR, there’s not much of an off season in politics anymore. As the tea party begins preparing for the upcoming Republican primary election, it would behoove us to take a look back on some of the lessons from 2010. And there’s no better | Read More »
Who Will Challenge Bill Nelson For US Senate?
I submit that the eventual Republican nominee to challenge Nelson has yet to enter the race. With nearly 14 mos. to go before the Republican primary, there’s still plenty of time for another entry. And with no clear signs that Washington, D.C. is serious about facing our challenges, even with a Republican controlled House, perhaps the missing element in the Senate race is a non politician. Someone with real world experience who has actually signed the front of a paycheck.
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Rick Scott; Live To Fight Another Day
With a decision on SunRail forthcoming any day now, Gov. Rick Scott finds himself in a very precarious position. He simply cannot please everyone and his decision, be it in favor of SunRail or opposed, is destined to upset an important bloc that will be critical to future successes. Yes, it goes with the territory, but if one could venture inside Scott’s head for a | Read More »
Van Jones Fighting For ‘Sisters And Brothers’ In Tea Party
As you watch the video clip, you will be reminded once again of the tremendous power of the tea party movement. It not only changed the conversation in this country, it changed the language. Listen to the words Van Jones uses as he attempts to shroud the destructive Progressive Left message with vestiges of patriotism, this coming from those who just a short two years ago never passed on an opportunity to disparage America.
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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 »