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The Stone-Throwing AFL-CIO Boss Who Lives in a Glass House

As for heightened rhetoric, try this on for size; America is under seige by the far left, which is more powerful today than at any other time in our lifetime and if left unchecked, it has the very real potential to destroy man’s last best hope on earth.

And just as with any conflict, truth is the first casualty.

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Republican Party Rejects Tea Party Yet Again; Rep. King Blasts Boehner

Make no mistake about it, this is a rejection of the tea party. Not only that, it’s also putting politics before the challenges this nation faces. Yet again!

Why is illegal imigration such a problem in America? It’s because the leadership of both parties refuse to get serious about the issue out of fear of alienating the Hispanic vote. And Speaker Boehner is making it clear that he has no intentions of changing things.

Tea party groups across the nation should be outraged over this decision. Where are the national groups who are always so eager to claim leadership of the movement? Tea Party Patriots? Tea Party Express? Tea Party Nation? Perhaps, too busy issuing attention getting statements to the press or appealing for donations…

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States Take First Step in Eliminating Birthright Citizenship

Florida is part of the State Legislators for Legal Immigration, being represented by Rep. William D. Snyder – District 82.

In addition to this effort at the state level, Congressman Steve King (R-IA) introduced legislation to end the practice of automatically granting American citizenship to “Anchor Babies” born in the United States to illegal alien parents.

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Senate Starts Immigration Debate

Editor’s Note – Interestly, state Sen. Mike Bennett seems to be against his own bill!

The sponsor of legislation aimed at making it easier for Florida to weed out illegal immigrants told a newspaper Monday that he doubts an Arizona-style law will pass this year.

Bennett told the Miami Herald, “I might not even vote for it myself. There probably will not be an Arizona-immigration style bill that passes the Florida Senate.”

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AFP Outraged by AFL-CIO’s Refusal to Recognize Need for Reform in Florida’s Public Pension System

For Immediate Release
Monday, January 10, 2010

PALM BEACH GARDENS- Today, the AFL-CIO claimed that “nothing is wrong” with Florida’s public pension system.

In response, AFP-Florida State Director Apryl Marie Fogel released the following statement:

“The AFL-CIO has gone to great lengths countless times to protect a benefit package for its public sector members regardless of what is good for Florida and its taxpayers…

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America Lost A Hero Last Week

America lost a hero this past week, did you notice?

His name was Richard “Dick” Winters, the Easy Company commander whose World War II exploits were made famous by the book and television miniseries “Band of Brothers”.

Winters became the leader of Company E, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne Division on D-Day, after the death of the company commander during the invasion of Normandy.

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Support for Public Employee Unions Declines

Rasmussen Reports

A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 45% of Americans now at least somewhat favor unions for public employees, while the identical number (45%) are opposed to them.

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Florida Right-Wingers Predictably Spew Nonsense In Response to Giffords Shooting

By Tom Tillison

With emotions running high over the tragedy in Arizona and all the discussion of how this event is being played out in the media, I thought it would be interesting to see what our friends on the other side of the aisle have to say about it.

Checking in with the Florida Progressive Coalition Blog, an appropriate measuring stick, I find a blog focusing on the tweets of a handful of “right wingers” in the aftermath of the shooting.

As the title suggests, not exactly a ‘fair and balanced’ analysis by a long shot…

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The Florida Liberty Alliance Expresses Deep Sadness At The Loss Of Lives In Arizona

For Immediate Release January 9, 2011   The Florida Liberty Alliance Expresses Deep Sadness At The Loss Of Lives In Arizona   The Florida Liberty Alliance expresses […]

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Political Discourse And The Arizona Shooting

By Tom Tillison

So, yes, you’re damn right the political discourse in this country is dangerously high.

It’s dangerously high because conservatives have grown weary of all the lies and half truths, the never ending play on words, the double standard in the media, where the burden of proof exists only on the right, and having to endure most of the above from the most partisan President in our lifetime.

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The Arizona Blame Game

By Matthew Falconer

The tragic events in Arizona this weekend have unleashed a barrage of attacks on conservatives in America. The New York Times and other liberal media outlets have suggested the “vitriolic” rhetoric of conservatives incited the mentally imbalanced attacker to shoot a Democratic Congresswomen.

But in the hours after the attack it became clear the shooter was not a tea party follower or a conservative. In fact he was and is a liberal democratic socialist.

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Today In History; In 1790, Washington Delivers First State Of The Union Address

By Tom Tillison
Orlando Political Press

On this day in 1790, President George Washington delivers the first State of the Union address to the assembled Congress in New York City.

On January 8, 1790 Washington delivered the first ever State of the Union address. His address was highly anticipated by virtually everyone in Congress, since nobody was quite sure how the Executive Branch was to work or what a State of the Union address would look like.

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