Top Florida blogger joins BizPac Review

It takes talent, drive and a long-term investment of money and time to offer a true alternative to the liberal mainstream media. BizPac Review is committed to doing just that, in Florida and across the nation, and we’re proud to announce the newest member of our team.

Tom Tillison of Florida Political Press is joining BizPac Review as a senior writer and content editor.

Tom Tillison

Tom Tillison

Tillison’s foray into politics began during his reign as a prominent leader of the tea party movement in Orlando, and through his early grassroots advocacy, he experienced firsthand a distinct media bias against conservative values. After much frustration, he shifted direction and launched the Florida Political Press website in an ambitious effort to offer some balance to the slanted media landscape.

With FPP, Tillison established himself as one of Florida’s top conservative bloggers. His star power grew at a time when the mainstream media forgot its responsibility to report the news with balance and fairness, evolving into an entity whose primary purpose is to drive ideology — a disservice not only to the citizens of this country, but to the principles on which America was founded. In this void, Tillison’s voice of reason and authority has provided conservative readers a clear choice.

Tillison is also a regular weekly guest on the “American Adversaries Drive Time” radio show on the 660AM WORL talk radio station, where he offers conservative commentary on the news of the day.

All of Tillison’s past work will soon be available on the BizPac Review website.

Tillison’s deep knowledge of Orlando, Tallahassee and Florida politics adds a new, exciting dimension to BizPac Review’s coverage of state politics.

Welcome aboard, Tom.

 

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Jack Furnari

Jack Furnari

President at BizPac Review
Jack Furnari is a founding partner, writer and CEO of BizPac Review.
Jack Furnari

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15 thoughts on “Top Florida blogger joins BizPac Review

  1. Dean Taffel says:

    Let's get back to the the ideals exemplified by Clark Kent, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olson. Let's go for verified facts and present them. if the fiction factories at FOX, CNN, MSNBC, etc. disagree, then challenge them to prove their case better than you proved yours. For every truth, such as 1+2=2, there are in infinite number lies. That is why journalism is such a tough job, which when done right, provides a valuable public service. The fact is, especially in today's world, people and organizations lie all the time. A journalist must seek to prove that all answers to a logical question (who, what, when, where, why, how?) are false, EXCEPT ONE. In today's world media and government take the position that all answers questions that factually do not agree what that THEY SAY, is prima facia evidence of some kind of criminal insanity. But if THEY haven,t proved their assertions , the onus is on them, not on the people questioning their failure to do their job. People need to think seriously about what constitutes proof (=elimination of all possibilities but one). "If it don't fit, don't buy it."

    Remember this: FOR EVERY TRUTH THERE IS AN INFINITE NUMBER OF LIES. That certain truth justifies the asking of and finding the answers to as as many questions as necessary to eliminate as many falsehoods as possible ans as necessary from the field of play. Our very lives and futures are dependent on getting that job done. We all need to keep challenging what doesn't comport with known, provable truths.

  2. Craig Miller says:

    Jack, great addition to your team. Tom has been a true conservative voice that also brings a real life perspective to his message. All the best to BPR and it's entire team as they become an even stronger voice for a better America.

    1. Jack Furnari says:

      Thank you Craig. We're all very excited to be working with Tom.

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