Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Even as President Donald Trump headed to Florida to speak about Medicaid at the Villages, political leaders from the Sunshine State clashed on the possibility of impeaching him. 
Shalala's bill would ensure accreditors “respond to complaints, monitor and assess an institution’s records of student complaints, and submit such complaints to the Secretary and state agency as appropriate” and makes them “review teach-out plans and agreements when they see signs of a potential school closure.”
If I were Satan and wanted to destroy the United States of America, this is one of the things I would do. It is like putting handcuffs on your best baseball players and expect them to go win games.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation reported that gun sales and background checks have increased since mass shootings which took place in August.
The new candidate’s campaign team stressed he is “running to lower prescription drug costs, defend Social Security and Medicare, protect the St. Lucie River and fight for the people who live here not special interests and D.C. insiders.”
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., will be heading to South Florida later this week to focus on efforts to bring democracy to Venezuela.
Florida’s two U.S. senators reached out to the chairwoman of the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA), wondering why federal funds were used to support exhibits shown at Duke University’s Nasher Museum of Art and Northwestern University’s Block Museum of Art which included portraits of Communist revolutionary Ché Guevara.
With Tuesday marking the 70th anniversary of the Communists taking control of China, two Republicans in the Florida delegation weighed in on that nation’s tyrannical regime.
With 13 months to go until the election, President Donald Trump is headed to Florida this week and Medicare will be front and center.
While he is not on the ballot next year, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., shows no signs of staying on the political sidelines, hitting some of the Democratic presidential candidates for embracing socialism.