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Bruce Abramson Opinion: The Election We Need in 2024

In 2015, as another presidential election approached, I found myself resigned to choosing between Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton. I couldn’t imagine a clearer illustration of the contempt the nation’s elites felt for the...

Florida’s Senators Vote Against $280 Billion CHIPS Act

This week, despite the opposition of Florida’s senators, Congress passed the $280 billion “Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors for America (CHIPS) Act.” The funds authorized in the bill would create $54 billion in grants...

Barney Bishop: Democrats Are in Danger of Losing Their Historic Base Voters

The Democratic Party has always been the party of the‭ “‬working man‭” ‬because they talked about bread-and-butter issues that blue-collar workers felt were important to them. Ever since the‭ ‬2020‭ ‬presidential election,‭ ‬the Democrats have...

Barney Bishop: Woke National Democrats Seal Their Fate

Will Rogers used to say, “If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.” It seems that far-left progressive Democrats, you know, AOC, Bernie, Nancy, Chuck and now even President Joe “Bunker” Biden don’t know...

Barney Bishop: All Thinking Americans Owe Joe Manchin for Sticking to his Principles

As Americans, we have grown accustomed to the reality that politicians will say anything to get elected or stay elected.‭ ‬Many of us remember the famous‭ “read my lips‭” ‬pledge made by George H.‭...
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Florida’s Senators Vote Against $1 Trillion Infrastructure Bill

On Tuesday, the U.S. Senate passed a $1 trillion infrastructure bill over the opposition of both senators from the Sunshine State. After months of negotiation, the bill cleared the Senate on a 69-30 vote with...

Glenn Sacks: Cuba–Conservatives’ New Club Against BLM, AOC and Bernie Sanders

Led by U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., conservatives in Florida and throughout the nation are fired up over recent events in Cuba. While they may have some passing interest in what’s actually happening there, it’s becoming clear what they’re really interested in: using the Cuban events as a club against their domestic political opponents.

Al Lawson Champions Expanding SNAP Benefits for College Students

The bill will “address food insecurity on college campuses by enabling more low-income college students to access the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and pushing the federal government, states, and colleges and universities to take a more proactive role in addressing student food insecurity.”

Florida Democrats on Capitol Hill Bring Out Gun Control Bills

U.S. Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., brought out the “Law Enforcement Protection Act” which would expand background checks on “armor-piercing, concealable weapons.”

Florida’s Elected Officials React to Kamala Harris in Jacksonville Showcasing Stimulus Efforts

Harris appeared in Jacksonville on Monday to trumpet the $1.9 trillion federal relief that Democrats in Congress passed and President Joe Biden signed into law earlier this month.

Most Americans Do Not Support Canceling Student Loan Debt

The left has been pushing back at Biden on the issue after he rejected their calls for canceling up to $50,000 in student loans.

Florida’s Senators Vote Against Tom Vilsack Becoming Agriculture Secretary

Rubio and Scott joined five other senators, including U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas., Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., in opposing the nomination as 92 senators voted to confirm Vilsack.