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Florida Chamber Of Commerce Endorses Pam Bondi For Attorney General

For Immediate Release Contact: Brett Doster Phone: 850-222-8156 Email: [email protected]   FLORIDA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ENDORSES PAM BONDI FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL   TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Today, the […]

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DNC's Bet: Tea Party A Negative

Editor’s Note – Are you up for the challenge, tea party movement?

The Democrat Party will put the tea party on trial over the next few months, similar to what we saw with Sarah Palin, disparaging the movement at every opportunity with the full assistance of the corrupt mainstream media and the Progressive elite in Hollywood.

Looking at Wasserman Schultz’ comments – “Nazi-themed imagery and grotesque pictures of our president” – we can see that truth and reality will be readily sacrificed, after all, the ends justifies the means.

And, there was no delay whatsoever in throwing out the race card. One can now see the reasoning behind the NAACP’s recent actions – it provides a convenient reference point for the Democrat Party.

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Discernment And The Florida TEA Party

By Grant Maloy

…But that deception fails to match up to what the fake “TEA Party” party is doing.

A political consultant who has made a living off deceiving voters has helped create the “Florida TEA Party”. By copying the popular grassroots movement Tea Party name, he plans to fool the voters.

News reports show that Democrat Congressman Alan Grayson has helped fund the fake “TEA Party”. The plan is to fool enough conservative and independent voters who dislike Grayson into voting for the TEA Party candidate instead of the Republican.

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Kurt Kelly Calls For Ethics Committee Investigation Into Alan Grayson's Blatant Abuse Of Taxpayer Money

For Immediate Release Contact: Betsy VanderLay Phone: 407-393-5300 Email: [email protected]   . Kurt Kelly Calls For Ethics Committee Investigation Into Alan Grayson’s Blatant Abuse Of Taxpayer Money […]

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Sandy Adams' Congressional Bid Endorsed By Respected Central Florida Veterans

For Immediate Release Contact: Jonothan Swift   Sandy Adams’ Congressional Bid Endorsed By Respected Central Florida Veterans   Orlando, FL- Sgt. Bill Coleman stated, “I am proud […]

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Grayson Bills Taxpayers For DVD Of Term's Highlights – $73,000

Editor’s Note – When the Democrats are not busy ‘making up the rules as they go along’, they’re fully engaged in bending the rules beyond the breaking point (see Charlie Rangel).

For all those who are eager to see Alan Grayson be a one term Congressman, know this; your tax dollars are being used to help re-elect this buffoon.

Naturally, Grayson says this DVD has nothing to do with the upcoming election…

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Rep. Grayson's Shakedown Lawsuit Threat

Editor’s Note – So, while being paid to represent the citizens of Florida’s congressional district 8, which is suffering through a stagnant economy and record unemployment, Rep. Alan Grayson finds himself distracted with the lofty task of playing savior to the world.

In this case, he is spending time that should be focused on his constituency tying up D.C. courts, proving that you can take the trial attorney away from the hustle, but you can never take the hustle away from the trial attorney.

To be clear, you have a U.S. Congressman wanting to be the lead plaintiff in a lawsuit against an American corporation, some 900 miles away from his district. The results of which having no bearing whatsoever on those he represents. Enough said?

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Federal Election Commission Complaint Filed Against Florida TEA Party

By Tom Tillison
Orlando Political Press

The Dennis Ross campaign has filed a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against the Florida TEA Party political party over an electronic billboard ad on I-4.

The rotating ads highlight two TEA candidates running for U.S. Congress, with the Florida TEA Party logo prominently displayed along with a disclaimer that reads, “Political Advertisement paid for and approved by the Tea Party.”

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SEC Says New Financial Regulation Law Exempts it From Public Disclosure

Linda O’Keefe – On Tuesday, the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it is no longer obligated to comply with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Citing section 929I of the new Financial Regulation Bill which President Obama signed into law last week, the SEC is blocking public access to its records. As President Obama specifically praised this new legislation as “transparent”, it is very disturbing that government agencies like the SEC will no longer be accountable to the public.

Fox Business Channel, the sister network of Fox News Channel, reported today that the SEC informed the network that it would block FOIA requests.

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Craig Miller Says Extending Bush Tax Cuts Key to Economic Recovery

For Immediate Release Contact: Jon Miller Phone: 407-949-4303 [email protected]    Craig Miller Says Extending Bush Tax Cuts Key to Economic Recovery   Seminole County Republican businessman Craig […]

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Federal Judge Blocks Part of Arizona Immigration Law

Editor’s Note – For those who are keeping score in the battle for freedom and personal liberty in America, we can count as opponents the federal government, the Democrat Party, the labor unions, the media, the entertainment industry and now the federal courts.

As a Constitutional Republic, America was intended to be a nation of laws, not men. In today’s society, laws are just an inconvenient obstacle for those seeking to ‘transform America’.

Reminds me of a line from one of my favorite movies, Wyatt Earp, where Wyatt is riding out after the men who killed his brother. The editor of the town newspaper tries to talk Wyatt out of this action, to which Wyatt replies, “if these men think they can hide behind our laws, they’ve missed their guess.”

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Seminole County Commissioner Dick Van Der Weide Endorses Diebel

For Immediate Release Contact: Anthony Bonner Seminole County Commissioner Dick Van Der Weide Endorses Diebel Says Karen is the “only true conservative in the race” .   […]

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