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Shades of Gainesville’s wonderful mayor, Pegeen Hanrahan in 2009. See below. by Joseph Curl Mayors from 50 cities and officials from around the world all jetted to Denmark last week to figure out ways to address the “global climate emergency.” … Continue reading
by Daniel Turner From sanctuary cities to brutally high taxes, California is the undisputed center of gravity for today’s far-left. If you want to see how liberal policies would look on a national level, you don’t have to imagine it. … Continue reading
by Selwin Duke Do leftists want to MADA, Make America Dirty Again? A clue is provided by some of the cities they run, dotted as they are with human feces. Now there’s a related clue, too: Some leftists would make … Continue reading
09/14/15: Today Rush Limbaugh talked about a mom sending her son off to college: “Bidding my college-bound son good riddance. I have raised a sweet, thoughtful, environmentally conscious monster—and soon I will be free.” By Ronnie Cohen My son, Cory, … Continue reading
Since before Barack Obama took office, he has been boasting about how he would end the war in Iraq and bring our troops home. But his obvious lack of foreign policy and military expertise led him to leave Iraq too … Continue reading
I can’t wait to see what the Alachua County School Board has in store for my fifth grader grandson tomorrow. We will be prepared! Renewamerica.com: Try to ignore Earth Day, April 22. It won’t be easy. The print and broadcast … Continue reading
(Now this couldn’t happen in Gainesville/Alachua County, could it?) “Our two social engineers hatch Plan Bay Area to save the region. This actual plan is scheduled to be adopted this summer – spread the word so that more people understand … Continue reading
April 1, 2013 by Barb Haselden As public buses in Pinellas County, Florida, get larger and longer, the windows get blacker and blacker. Here we see pictured (right) one of the eight brand new buses delivered in February to add to their ever … Continue reading