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US Passport Applications Now Gender Neutral

Editor’s Note – Another example of political correctness run amok. All in the name of advancing the liberal agenda and further diminishing the value of the traditional family in America.

This is also the same type of mentality that led to 13 people being murdered in Ft. Hood, Texas.

Elections have consequences, one being that we are subjected to decisions such as this. With the election of Obama, our government is now infested with far left, extreme radicals at every level.

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Video; Gov. Rick Scott's First News Conference

NSF VIDEO | Gov. Rick Scott News Conference

Gov. Rick Scott on Friday held his first news conference since taking office this past week, a wide-ranging discussion of several issues…

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The High Cost of High Speed Rail

By Matthew Falconer

Our government “leaders” have the public relations machine working overtime to sell the Florida taxpayers on the benefits of high speed rail, helped by millions of dollars from foreign companies angling to build the rail system.

But instead of real numbers our government has exaggerated the ridership and intentionally underestimated the cost to the Florida taxpayer.

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Report By Scott Adviser Recommends Canceling High-Speed Rail Project

Editor’s Note – In what is starting to shape up as a very favorable trend for opponents of high speed rail in Florida, one of Governor Scott’s transportation transition team advisers is saying to abandon the project.

Coupled with earlier reports this week that Senate President Mike Haridopolos will not support HSR if any of the costs are placed on the state, is this new report a tip of the hat in the direction Governor Scott will take in February when he’s expected to make his decision?

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Rep. Adams Co-Sponsors FairTax Legislation

Washington, D.C. – Representative Sandy Adams (FL-24) issued the following statement after she co-sponsored H.R. 25, the FairTax, on the first day of session in the 112th Congress.

If enacted into law, the FairTax would eliminate the IRS, letting Florida taxpayers keep more of their hard earned money and helping create the private sector jobs that will improve our economy.