We hope state lawmakers get serious about fixing problems in the Department of Children and Families. Protecting vulnerable children should be the priority of any society and an essential function of government.
The department’s failure has come to light with the horrifying news of the deaths of children who should have been protected by [...]
Posted on September 23, 2013 by Guest Blogger •
This year the Florida Legislature passed a new blind trust law. The ink had not dried on Gov. Rick Scott’s signature before he decided to test the new law. Scott wanted to make sure the money he had made documented on his questionable personal [...]
Regarding the defeat of the Manchin-Toomey amendment on background checks:
Policies with the best intentions based on current affairs do not work for “we the people” in the long run in reference to our Constitution and the intent of our forefathers.
Why do U.S. citizens have to do more work for a [...]
Florida led the U.S. in federal public corruption convictions from 2000 – 2010, according to U.S.Department of Justice data. Corruption was a top ten factor Forbes magazine pointed to in 2012 when it named three Florida cities to its list of America’s Most Miserable Cities: #1 Miami, #4 West Palm Beach and #7 [...]
By: Conservative Woman
Port Charlotte authorities charge $500 fine for painting a house
Investors Beware: In a depressed housing market, city officials are hell bent on making money on your dime.
“I bought a house for investment purposes in Port Charlotte, Florida about two months ago, in early October,” said real estate investor, [...]