In the 2016 presidential election, the United States Supreme Court appointments were front and center when Americans made up their minds and cast their votes. They understood that nothing less than freedom, the cause of liberty and the fate of our nation was at stake.
Congressman Ron DeSantis was born in Jacksonville. He grew up in Dunedin and lived in a 1,500-square-foot ranch home. His father was a Nielsen ratings box installer, and his mother was a nurse.
A Jacksonville Human Rights Ordinance (HRO) -- a City Council proposal that would expand anti-discrimination protections to the LGBT community for housing, employment, and public accommodations -- is not, by nature, based on an accurate understanding of human rights violations.
January 31, 2017 will go down in America as an historic and monumental night for President Donald Trump and "We, the People."
There are two starkly different paths for America in 2016. One with a robust economy with a vision from a successful businessman and one from a decades-old political insider who will continue the flat-lined economy which President Obama implemented.
Like most Americans, I'm dumbfounded at the national media coverage of the presidential election. It's offensive and worse than tabloid journalism.
With the election less than two months away, Florida voters need to ask themselves which of the two candidates will change the dire direction of our country, the continued economic malaise, and downward trajectory the Obama administration put on steroids.
Tuesday's governor's election will determine Florida's economic vitality for the next four years. The stakes are so high. Voters must examine the candidates and compare their records when they served in the executive office of governor.