Saturday, August 2, 2014

One More Win For The Second Amendment

July 28, 2014 by  
Filed under 2nd Amendment, Hot Topics

No doubt this will probably make it all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court but bit by bit gun ban activists continue to lose.

From Bizpac Review-

A federal judge ruled Saturday that the nation’s capital’s ban on carrying guns outside the home is unconstitutional, dealing a serious blow to the gun grabbing crowd.

In a landmark decision, Judge Frederick Scullin Jr. wrote in Palmer v. District of Columbia, “there is no longer any basis on which this court can conclude that the District of Columbia’s total ban on the public carrying of ready-to-use handguns outside the home is constitutional under any level of scrutiny,” Fox News reported.

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America’s Third World Future

July 28, 2014 by  
Filed under Economy


Things have gotten so bad that Detroit residents are fighting over the only thing more urgently necessary than food and weapons when nature reclaims its authority over civilization.


Even gasoline and fire can be lived without. But not water.

Wars have been fought over it and civilizations have ceased for the lack of it. And so the battle rages in Detroit as the once-great civilization slips into chaos.

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Friday Night Event

July 23, 2014 by  
Filed under National Info, Press Releases

FRIDAY NIGHT JULY 25th at Countryside Baptist Church

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Join Glenn Beck Tonight

July 22, 2014 by  
Filed under Press Releases

TONIGHT-  Please join Glenn Beck and the best minds in the country for this Stop Common Core “interactive experience where theater goers will work with experts like Michelle Malkin, David Barton and others in pursuit of real, tangible strategies to wake up our friends and neighbors and make our voices heard. This isn’t an evening about observing, it’s a chance to learn, share and engage with people as frustrated and motivated as you are.” The Florida Stop Common Core Coalition has been privileged to be involved in developing the action plan.  Please click HERE for theater locations and to buy tickets.


One way to further influence our elected officials, especially Governor Scott, and to counter the deceptive, taxpayer funded use of campaign materials saying Florida is out of Common Core is take pictures of yourselves holding this sign filled in with the correct designation (PARENT, GRANDPARENT, TEACHER, STUDENT, BUSINESS OWNER):

Karen R. Effrem, MD

President – Education Liberty Watch

Executive Director of the Florida Stop Common Core Coalition, Inc.

888-376-5550 (office)

763-458-7119 (cell)


Lay Down With Dogs – You Get Fleas

July 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Hot Topics, Immigration

This should not come as any surprise. As with every other money that the Feds offer to States or Municipalities, there are always strings attached. Yes, all your ELECTED officials know this but choose the money.

The Obama administration, in July 2013, quietly introduced a new regulation that critics say will dramatically increase Washington’s power over local zoning laws in every city and town that accepts federal block grants through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.  And it’s the federal grants that could be used as a hook in the nose of these cities, forcing them to house illegal immigrants against their will.

Some are calling it the “Common Core of local zoning” that has flown under the radar for nearly a year. Instead of the U.S. Department of Education dictating education standards to local school districts, this rule change would allow HUD to influence zoning laws from the biggest cities down to the tiniest towns.

Click for the rest of article from  WND.COM

You Must Pay More

July 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Economy, Hot Topics

As if it was not bad enough that the taxpayers are footing the bill for over 40 million food stamp recipients, now your food prices will go up even more when food stores have to pass on their INCREASED cost of doing business to YOU. All for the good of ensuring food stamp recipients are better educated on how to eat. Oh yeah, this will probably become a mandate as more ridiculous things have been mandated in the past.

From the Daily Mail- Free movie tickets and supermarket cooking classes are just a few of the latest recommendations the government is proposing to trim America’s waistband. The new proposals were detailed in an 80-page report released this month by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is focused on the 42 million Americans receiving food stamps. However, it’s uncertain if grocery stores will take up these new programs as First Lady Michele Obama is already coming under criticism for her health school lunches.

The new recommendations are designed to reward healthy eating and change supermarket layouts and programs to highlight more nutritional foods.


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Bill Nelson and Marco Rubio Differ on Why Obama’s to Blame for Immigration Crisis

July 19, 2014 by  
Filed under Hot Topics, Immigration

So which of our two Senators has it right?

From Sunshine State News-  The two U.S. senators representing Florida looked at the immigration crisis this week and pointed the blame at the Obama administration for why it’s continuing.  U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., took to the Senate floor on Thursday and said the Obama administration was failing to grasp why tens of thousands illegals — including more than 52,000 children who have been caught since October — are crossing the border. Nelson called for the Obama administration to ramp up operations and aid in Latin America to assist the war on drugs.


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Attend This COMMON CORE Presentation

July 9, 2014 by  
Filed under Educational, Press Releases

Don’t forget to attend this presentation on Tuesday July 15th. You’ve heard about it all over the media, now it’s time to get educated and up to speed about the next BIG Federal grab.

Common Core-

New Foreign Policy Shift?

July 8, 2014 by  
Filed under Defense, Hot Topics, National Info

Please read this interesting article by Ben Swann about Senator Rand Paul-

“Some have commented that Paul’s foreign policy approach is his greatest obstacle to the White House. However, by being an effective leader, Paul took this supposed ‘weakness’ and created his latest achievement. According to the latest polls, Paul has officially won the Republican party’s plurality of support on foreign policy.”

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Border Flood Due To Obama’s Incompetence Or Intention

July 8, 2014 by  
Filed under Hot Topics, Immigration

I hate when most state that the President is an incompetent ineffective president. He is anything but that. He IS successfully transforming America. Same goes for the immigration battle-

Illegal Immigration: Texas Gov. Rick Perry states the obvious when he suggests that the flood of alien children coming to the U.S. from Latin America just might be a result of “ulterior motives” on the part of President Obama.

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It’s All About The Party- Right?

June 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Hot Topics

I’m all about winning but when is enough enough?

The GOP continues to ignore the grassroots wants and requests while taking their votes for granted. Heck, even right here in FL we had a very high ranking Republican Party of Florida member plainly say “the RPOF does not need or want to grow their organization as they know you will still vote for them.” In other words just shut up and sit down, we know what’s best.

In the event that McDaniels is unable to challenge the results from last week, the following sounds good to me!


The following from Gateway Pundit-

Tea Party leaders and activists urged Chris McDaniel to run as a write-in candidate against Senator Thad Cochran in November. Cochran won the primary on Tuesday thanks to Democrats who turned out to support the incumbent Mississippi senator.
TIME Mag reported:

Chris McDaniel was defiant in defeat, but hasn’t signaled he’ll mount a long-shot write-in bid

Tea Party activists in Mississippi and beyond urged state Sen. Chris McDaniel to mount a write-in campaign against Republican Sen. Thad Cochran on Wednesday, following McDaniel’s stunning defeat in a primary runoff vote Tuesday.

“When the Republican Establishment acts like Democrats, what is the point of supporting them?” Tea Party Nation President Judson Phillips wrote in an email to supporters Wednesday morning. “Every McDaniel supporter in Mississippi from DeSoto County in the North to Biloxi in the South should stand up today and tell Chris McDaniel that if he runs as a write-in candidate in November, they will support him.”

McDaniel lost in a runoff to the six-term incumbent Cochran by only about 6,000 votes, amounting to less than 2% of the total count. Many of those who pushed Cochran over the top were either Republicans who’d been unmoved to vote in the initial June 3 primary (which McDaniel narrowly won but failed to secure the 50% needed to prevent a runoff), or Democrats who were inspired to vote for Cochran to prevent a Tea Party victory for McDaniel.

Turnout in Tuesday’s runoff was higher than in Round One, with about 55,000 more ballots cast, many of them by Democrats for Cochran.

McDaniel also won thanks to a racist flier attacking McDaniel.



Please also read the following article by Aaron Gardner in RedState. More food for thought-

The time is now to stand against the reprehensible tactics employed by entrenched politicians and consultants. While doing so we must not be angry, we must not despair, we must be hopeful. Our demeanor and our message should expose the GOP Establishment by the stark contrast it provides in juxtaposition with the vengeful actions we have all experienced.

Tea Party and conservative activists need to make a choice, you can choose hope or despair. You can believe that our voice matters and our votes are not a given, or you can vote for the establishment candidate in November. If you choose the latter, then Carthage has already been destroyed and you’ve already been made a slave.


The Town That Privatized Everything-

June 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Educational, Hot Topics

Most everything CAN be privatized but is not conducive to the continued growth of government. It is so foreign to most that the mere mention of such gives people chills.

Please read the following article for a REAL world example-

Sandy Springs, Georgia may look like any other town in America. It has parks, roads, and beautiful places to live. But there’s one thing that separates this town from every other town: Sandy Springs privatized almost everything.

In 2005, Sandy Springs outsourced almost all functions of the city government (with the exception of police and fire) to a single company, which runs the town. That company is in charge of running all the vital functions of government, from the running the parks, to paving the roads, and even 911 calls!

Click Here For Article-





Does D.C. Really Want To Stop The Influx Of Minors?

June 29, 2014 by  
Filed under Hot Topics, Immigration

You can pretty much kiss goodbye any hopes that our elected officials in D.C. will shut the border and stop the influx of minors that has grown at an alarming rate this year. No one should be surprised that this is by design. As a matter of fact please read the article from our own Paula Helton ( ) about this.

Now this whole thing is deemed a humanitarian crisis and as such we must welcome everyone with open arms. Heck, we have enough money to take care of the world don’t we?



This week Cornyn (R-TX) and Rubio (R-FL) introduced a resolution “expressing the sense of the Senate that President Obama should take immediate action to mitigate the humanitarian crisis along the international border between the United States and Mexico involving unaccompanied migrant children and to prevent future crises.”

GOP staffers, however, tell Breitbart News that the resolution is inadequate, as it is too weak and fails to address the idea that the the humanitarian crisis at the border is actually a crisis of “lawlessness.”

The pair’s resolution enumerates five steps they believe the president should take on the problem, including to publicly declare that Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program will not apply to the new immigrants, publicly discourage people south of the border from sending their children to the U.S., “fully” enforce U.S. immigration law, provide resources to states dealing with the influx, and improve the security at Mexico’s southern border by working with Mexican and Central American officials.

Your Help Needed To Fix Alachua

June 23, 2014 by  
Filed under Hot Topics, Local Info

We ENCOURAGE YOU to ATTEND the NEXT Alachua County Commission meeting and join the crowd of citizens who are committed to being there.  Show your support for the right to vote on Tuesday, 6/24.   Your attendance may make all the difference in getting two initiatives brought forth by the citizens of on to the November ballot for a vote in Alachua County.

Issue #1:  Term Limits for County Commissioners.  2 consecutive terms of 4 years or 8 years total.

Issue #2:  Single Member districts for the County Commission.  The sole reason single member districts were created was to ensure minority voices are heard.

It is IMPORTANT to understand that the citizens are NOT asking to make a choice on these two initiatives, ONLY to have them put on the ballot for a vote.  Citizens are asking county commissioners NOT TO SUPPRESS the vote or block access to voting because of self interest. Currently, the City of Gainesville, the State of Florida and the Federal Government have single member districts and term limits.

Even thought the organization that was tasked with getting the petitions needed to add these items to the ballot never really got off the ground, the county residents still had Bruce Nelson.

Mr. Nelson has shown the Commissioners that this is a very worth while and valid vote for the residents to have, and as such, the Commission will debate and vote on whether to add it to the ballot for YOU to vote on it.

Meeting starts at 5:30pm- (arrive early for a good seat)
Where:  County Administration Building

Room 209, 12 SE 1st Street, Gainesville, FL 32601

We look forward to seeing you there.  We encourage you to bring a friend and see how the process of local government works if you’ve never attended a commission meeting before!


Do you remember the Fire Assessment that the County wanted to institute several years ago?  It was only due to the 200+ residents showing up to show their displeasure that it did not pass.  You can have an effect on this too.



June 4, 2014 by  
Filed under Defense, Hot Topics, Press Releases

Join us as Concerned Veterans For America honors our area veterans. This is a wonderful time to spend with those who have stood in harm’s way to protect our freedoms. Bring your family and friends but, most importantly, bring a veteran!















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