February brings Black History Month, and we will see a lot of pictures of Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and so many other black civil rights icons from the Florida Democratic Party. This is the month the black community will get a lot of verbal love from the FDP.
During a Senate floor speech on Tuesday night, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., highlighted the plight of Cuban dissident Dr. Eduardo Cardet, who was beaten and imprisoned for opposing the Castro regime. Rubio’s remarks are part of his #expressionNOToppression initiative, which highlights human rights abuses around the world.
January 31, 2017 will go down in America as an historic and monumental night for President Donald Trump and "We, the People."
Much noise has been made by the Mainstream Media (MSM) and left-wing groups about the so-called “ban” on Muslims coming to America.
Is new Democratic Chair Stephen Bittel wearing blinders? It appears that's the case, because his $100,000 program recently rolled out to incentivize voter registration only includes small and medium Florida counties (read: working-class white voters).
When thinking about the ongoing debate over water in Tallahassee, forget the policy-speak.
If nothing else, it’s been a wild ride. Nobody here at the Pacific Legal Foundation can remember a stranger election season. From June 16, when Donald Trump announced he was running for president, to the morning of Nov. 8, few of us understood that history was about to smack us on the side of the head like an errant golf ball on the 18th hole of the Trump National in New Jersey.
As Donald Trump took the oath of office becoming the next president of the United States, the outgoing president was refusing to give leave.
Politicians talk repeatedly about doing things to help create jobs. But sometimes doing nothing is the best option. We hope newly-elected lawmakers understand that less government intrusion is often the key to keeping the American Dream alive.
As Republicans contemplate repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA or “Obamacare”) -- seriously, not just as a political gesture -- alarms are sounding about millions of individuals losing coverage.