By John Stemberger President’s Race Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States. On Tuesday, America resoundingly said “I’m not with her!” The ‘basket of deplorables,’ as Clinton called them, were sufficiently angry and tired of the direction of our country. They made it very clear that they were not going to take it anymore. Not only did Donald Trump carry Florida, but he also carried Ohio, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania [More…]
By John Stemberger, Published on November 6, 2016 in The Stream Barring some kind of freak election scenario with hanging chads in a key swing state like Florida in 2000, America will wake up on November 9, 2016, to the sober realization that we have elected a new president. Whether it is Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, the President-Elect will begin leading with the reality that roughly one half of the nation doesn’t just dislike — but [More…]
Is Amendment 2 truly just about Orlando Lawyer John Morgan’s “army of angels”? The Florida Legislature has already passed two separate laws which have authorized several legitimate medical marijuana dispensaries now operating across the state to help people suffering. This video is dated but still relevant and on point: Hear the leader behind Florida’s so-called “medical marijuana” amendment 2 in his own words: WARNING: THIS VIDEO CONTAINS HIGHLY OFFENSIVE LANGUAGE AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR [More…]
Early voting is now open across Florida’s 67 counties. Early voting will continue until Saturday Nov 5 or Sunday Nov 6 depending on your county. For specific dates, times and locations in your area, visit the links below. (English) Early Voting Locations and Times by County (Español) Lugares y Horarios de Período de Votación Adelantada Check out our voter guide resource page before heading to the polls!
Friend, Did you see the email I sent you last week? More importantly, did you see the article that came out yesterday in the New York Times? They are reporting the presidential election ALL COMES DOWN TO FLORIDA! Specifically, the I-4 Corridor from St. Pete / Tampa, east through Polk County, and then Orlando and Seminole County all the way to the east coast of Daytona. I believe this is the tipping point of the [More…]