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Who Is Supporting Alan Grayson – Top 20 Donors

So, just who is funding Alan Grayson’s bid for re-election? After some brief research on, the list reads as one would expect for a far left Progressive ideologue.

ActBlue is the largest contributor at $66,912. ActBlue bills itself as “the online clearinghouse for Democratic action.” As a federally registered political action committee, it serves as a conduit for online contributions to Democratic candidates and committees.

George Soro’s is the second largest contributor with $17,049 – proof positive that Grayson is a darling of the extreme left.

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Supreme Court Retreats from Unanimous 2004 Order, Denying Amendment 9 Vote for Floridians

For Immediate Release Franklin Coley Cell: 202-531-2498 [email protected]   Supreme Court Retreats from Unanimous 2004 Order, Denying Amendment 9 Vote for Floridians   (Orlando, FL – August […]

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GOP Takes Unprecedented 10-Point Lead on Generic Ballot

Republicans also maintain wide gap in enthusiasm about voting

By Frank Newport

PRINCETON, NJ — Republicans lead by 51% to 41% among registered voters in Gallup weekly tracking of 2010 congressional voting preferences. The 10-percentage-point lead is the GOP’s largest so far this year and is its largest in Gallup’s history of tracking the midterm generic ballot for Congress.

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We Have Labor Day; Why Not A Capital Day?

By George Noga
More Liberty, Less Government

I have absolutely nothing against a national holiday honoring labor. My grandfather labored for 60 plus years until he was well into his seventies. My father and I both labored for over 50 years. Our spouses shared equally in the toil. All honest labor is noble, deserving of respect and yes – even a holiday.

Capital and capitalists are indispensable to the success of America – past, present and future. Why not set aside one day each year to remind Americans of the virtues of capital?

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Record Number In Government Anti-Poverty Programs

Editor’s Note – In a clear sign that many Americans are feeling the effects of a still struggling economy, government assistance is at record levels.

What’s even more disturbing that these numbers is that far too many in this country feel ‘entitled’ to this assistance. It is often referred to as a safety net, yet, one has to wonder just how large can this net get?

With record deficits, an out of control debt and growth at little more than 1%, how long can the federal government sustain these payouts?

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How Many Attended The Glenn Beck Rally?

Editor’s Note – As a participant in the Restoring Honor Rally in Washington, D.C. this weekend, I can attest that there were hundreds of thousands of patriots at the event. The attendance came close, but did not match. the 9/12 Rally of last year, of which, I also attended.

Regardless of the numbers that get tossed around in the media over the next few days, what will not be focused on is the intense hunger for truth and honor in America that was on display at the Lincoln Memorial. From our elected officials, from the media and from ourselves.

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November talking points: Suzanne Kosmas and the 'Flip Flop Five'

As we move toward November, voters will have the choice to express whether or not they approve of Suzanne Kosmas’ sudden change of heart after a mere […]

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Central Florida Tea Party Council Endorses Daniel Webster

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 26th, 2010   The Central Florida Tea Party Council Endorses Daniel Webster(R), Candidate For Congress In Florida’s 8th District, In Bid To Unseat […]

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Florida Governor: Scott (R) 41%, Sink (D) 36%, Chiles (I) 8%

Rasmussen Reports

The first Rasmussen Reports post-primary survey of the Florida governor’s race finds Republican Rick Scott and Democrat Alex Sink in a close contest.

Scott, the winner of Tuesday’s bruising GOP Primary, earns the support of 41% of Likely Voters in the state, while Sink picks up 36% of the vote. Independent Bud Chiles runs a distant third with eight percent (8%). Five percent (5%) prefer some other candidate, and nine percent (9%) are undecided.

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Video; Local Activists Send Clear Message To Grayson and Kosmas

Several local conservative activists participated in a recent ad shoot by Americans for Prosperity to send a clear message to Representatives Alan Grayson and Suzanne Kosmas that their support of Nancy Pelosi’s failed liberal policies will be remembered in November.

Christina Gomez, Duane Coffey and Mickey Spencer, all from Central Florida, were used in the ad to draw attention to AFP’s ‘November Is Coming’ campaign designed to inform elected officials, policymakers, and candidates know that they should not support big government programs or any other freedom-killing policies.

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Karen Diebel Congratulates Sandy Adams

For Immediate Release August 25, 2010   Karen Diebel Congratulates Sandy Adams Diebel is committed to defeating Suzanne Kosmas   Former Winter Park Vice-Mayor, businesswoman, and former […]

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Webster Victory Statement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 25, 2010 Daniel Webster for Congress Contact: Brian Graham at (904) 376-5288 Email: [email protected]     Webster Victory Statement   ORLANDO, FL – Daniel […]

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