Governor DeSantis Makes Final Historic Conservative Appointment To The Florida Supreme Court

01/22/2019 0

BREAKING NEWS: January 22, 2019  GOVERNOR DESANTIS MAKES FINAL HISTORIC CONSERVATIVE APPOINTMENT TO THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT  The appointment of Carlos Muñiz is expected to complete the transformation of Florida’s highest court into a judicial body with the most reliably consistent and conservative judicial philosophy in the country. (Tallahassee, FL) Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointment of Carlos Muñiz to the Florida Supreme Court. Carlos currently serves as the General Counsel at the US [More…]

BREAKING NEWS: Governor DeSantis To Appoint Robert Luck To Florida Supreme Court

01/14/2019 0

BREAKING NEWS: January 14, 2019 GOVERNOR DESANTIS MAKES SECOND OF THREE HISTORIC APPOINTMENTS TO THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT Judge Robert Luck from the Third District Court of Appeals will move with his family from Miami to Tallahassee to sit on the Florida Supreme Court. (Miami, FL) Today, Governor Ron DeSantis will announce the appointment of Judge Robert Luck to the Florida Supreme Court.  Judge Luck currently sits on the Third District Court of Appeals (DCA) in Miami.  The Third DCA is the appeals court between the [More…]

GOVERNOR DESANTIS APPOINTS BARBARA LAGOA TO FLORIDA SUPREME COURT

01/09/2019 0

BREAKING NEWS: January 9, 2019 GOVERNOR DESANTIS MAKES FIRST OF THREE HISTORIC APPOINTMENTS TO THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT Judge Barbara Lagoa of Miami to become the first Cuban-American Woman on the Florida Supreme Court. (Tallahassee, FL) Today, as his first very first act in office, Governor Ron DeSantis announced the appointment of Judge Barbara Lagoa, the first of three appointments which are expected to the Florida Supreme Court.  Judge Lagoa currently sits on the Third District Court of [More…]

Something to be thankful for… FINAL REPORT: Operation Panhandle Vote

11/21/2018 0

From Thursday, November 1, 2018 to Tuesday, November 6, over 65 patriots from across Florida drove to Panama City in Bay County, Florida to canvass a list of 26,000 voters over five days in the hurricane-ravaged regions of the Florida Panhandle. This was like part short-term missions’ trip, part disaster recovery effort and part political door to door canvassing, but it was truly one of the most amazing projects we ever had the privilege of [More…]

Understanding the 2018 election recounts & the lawsuits challenging the Supervisor of Elections in Broward & Palm Beach Counties from a trusted legal expert

11/09/2018 0

Written by Michael Morley, Esq., Law Professor Florida State University specializing in Florida election law. Source: Professor’s Twitter Account, Dated Nov 9, 2018 ——————————————————————————- Florida’s voting laws are designed to assure maximum transparency throughout the process. Supervisors of Election and other election officials are required to provide accurate, timely information to both the public and candidates, and allow candidates to observe all key steps. The lawsuits filed yesterday by @FLGovScott provide detailed allegations and evidence that [More…]

Volunteers Work in Fla. Panhandle to Get ‘Hurricane’ Voters to Polls

11/08/2018 0

Originally Published in NEWSMAX | By David A. Patten | Tuesday, 06 November 2018    In a storm-struck region of Florida that overwhelmingly favors conservatives, would-be voters tell relief workers they’re “just struggling to survive.” Most polling places and indeed most structures are damaged or destroyed in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Shelters are packed, people don’t have roofs on their homes, and thousands have been displaced. Florida Family Action, a social-conservative organization led by John Stemberger, [More…]

Florida Family Policy Council Joins Amicus Brief Filed in Landmark US Supreme Court Religious Liberty Case

09/19/2017 0

Case on appeal addresses same legal issues as proposed “Competitive Workforce Act” in Florida  Florida Family Policy Council joined other leading organizations across the country to file an amicus curiae, or “friend of the court”, brief in the Masterpiece Cakeshop v Colorado Civil Rights Commission case.  The Supreme Court agreed to review the case on June 26th and oral arguments are expected to be heard this fall.   The case is one of many involving artists who [More…]

Congress Voted Against Banning Taxpayer Funding of Gender Transition Benefits for Military

07/17/2017 0

From the desk of John Stemberger, President of Florida Family Action: I am sitting here stunned. Late last week, Congress voted on an amendment by Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-MO) to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which would have barred the use of taxpayer dollars for gender reassignment surgeries and hormone therapy for transgender members of the military.  Unfortunately, with the defection of 24 Republicans in the US House, the initiative failed and there is nothing to prevent [More…]

Gov. Scott Appoints Conservative Judge Alan Lawson to Florida Supreme Court

12/16/2016 0

In a victory for conservatives, Gov. Rick Scott appointed Judge C. Alan Lawson from the 5th District Court of Appeals this morning. Judge Lawson said that he will exercise judicial restraint at this morning’s announcement. In his interview with the Judicial Nominating Commission, he expressed a willingness to discard legal precedent in cases where it is wrong in regards to a constitutional matter. Judge Lawson will replace current liberal Justice E.C. Perry who is retiring [More…]

Trump, Conservatives, and the ‘Principles’ Question

09/13/2016 0

Trump, Conservatives, and the ‘Principles’ Question As published at NationalReview.com | Sept 6, 2016 By Dennis Prager   Never Trumpers need to admit that the Left and Hillary Clinton pose a threat to America’s survival as the country it was founded to be. All Never Trump conservatives maintain that their decision to never vote for Donald Trump is guided by their principles. I have no doubt that this is true.   But some of them — [More…]

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