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New Democratic Led House Sends Bipartisan Funding Plan To Re-Open The...

WASHINGTON (AP) — On their first day in the majority, House Democrats have passed a plan to re-open the government without funding President Donald...

POINT: DeSantis, DeRacist, Disgusting!

Ron DeSantis had to have known that his “monkey up” comment was going to trigger the most hurtful, hateful images regarding Andrew Gillum.

COUNTERPOINT: Vacuous Wisdom of ‘Dog Whistle’ Theory Exposes an Empty Agenda

Was DeSantis indicating to a cadre of voters the rather self-evident fact that Gillum is black?
Women in politics

Women Win In Florida and Nationally In Record Numbers, Look to...

Women are not just running for office in record numbers this year — they are winning.

13 Million Have Registered To Vote In Florida

But slightly more than 13 million Floridians are registered to vote in advance of the Aug. 28 primary elections, according to new figures posted online by the state Division of Elections. Democrats outnumber Republicans, but just barely, as both parties gear up for a fierce battle in November for a U.S. Senate seat and the governor’s office.

The more Democrats resist President Trump, the more working people move...

Normally, I am not a big believer in American polling, but there have been a few produced recently which indicate trouble for the Democrats:

Women, Will Be A Force In The 2018 Midterms In Florida...

Democrat Danny O’Connor’s strong showing in Ohio’s 12th Congressional District offers his party a roadmap to the House majority

Sessions Stands Strong In Defense Of Terminating DACA

Sessions blasted the decision in a statement, saying that the Obama administration “violated its duty to enforce our immigration laws by directing and implementing a categorical, multipronged non-enforcement immigration policy for a massive group of illegal aliens.”

Trump Anticipates Democratic Control of the House of Representatives

Trump is not a conservative in the tradition of Barry Goldwater, Ronald Reagan, or William F. Buckley. These were men I venerated who embraced principles of limited government, individualism, and civil liberty.  

State Goes Along with Early Voting Ruling

But elections supervisors in Alachua, Leon and Hillsborough counties say it’s too late to secure early voting sites prior to the Aug. 28 primaries, and they’re not sure whether they can nail down on-campus sites before the November general election