As stated in BizPac Review-
With two years left of Barack Obama, the black communities are facing the Democratic party head on in the face of the upcoming midterms. Rebel Pundit released a video of Chicago activists Paul McKinley, Mark Carter, Joseph Watkins and Harold “Noonie” Ward bringing a powerful message to black voters.
A long list of heartfelt grievances about how blacks have been abused by Democrats can be summed up by one of the men, “They force us into a life of welfare. We don’t want no welfare.”
Unfortunately many are upset because they still don’t think they are getting a large enough piece of the pie, but at least it is a start to allow other ideas to be heard.
Click for video- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUSRZo1BE5o&feature=youtu.be
As expected, the President will likely use his pen and cellphone after the Nov 4th elections to grant his long awaited Amnesty promise. Many of us in the Gainesville Tea party are all about allowing work visas to almost all comers who have jobs awaiting them BUT that can only work if :
-Get rid of the welfare state
-Ensure that the BORDERS are secure
-IMMIGRATION laws are followed.
Even the progressives may soon see the day that they regret pushing for this agenda.
I am all in favor of giving our Law Enforcement all the help they need to combat the criminal element but do we really need an Armored vehicle with 24 cops to collect $80,000 from an elderly man?
Read more: http://www.bizpacreview.com/2014/10/28/armored-vehicle-24-cops-show-up-to-collect-80000-from-elderly-man-155290#ixzz3HXvaYZI2
Here is a great youtube video sent to us by Terry Martin-Back about County Elections. Beyond being a great patriot who served his country in the military, Terry is a local Realtor and contractor who continues to serve the community.
As one of the moderators of this side I am using my executive privilege to post this COMMON sense video.
Maybe the following articles will motivate those so called Conservatives who like to sit home and bitch instead of getting active. That goes all the way from D.C. to your local elections.
First article by ED MORRISSEY-
These results, from a Sept. 25-30 Gallup poll, demonstrate that despite what appears to be a lower profile this year, the Tea Party wing of the Republican Party — about 18% of all national adults — remains a powerful force, given their higher interest in the election and higher motivation to vote. This is not a new phenomenon; Republican Tea Party supporters gave the 2010 midterm elections more thought and were more motivated to vote than other Republicans, although all voters in general were paying more attention that year.
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Here is a second article by Susan Crabtree in the Washington Examiner-
Here are a few words from Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert, R-Texas. “All around the country, and in Texas particularly, there’s just a powerful move to get out more liberals than conservatives. Too many conservatives have stayed home. It should have been clear to them that it would be dangerous for America if they stayed home. We’ve got to turn that around.”
And yes, dangerous it was. Please read the rest of the story-
You have just got to see this video of Rev Jesse Jackson being interviewed by Ben Swann. No matter what Swann asks, the good Rev shows that reality and logic are irrelevant when it comes to getting a point across.
If you did not see Derrick Wilburn from the Americans of Color and the Rocky Mountain Black Conservatives when he was in Gainesville last year, you’ve got another chance. This time he will be speaking to the Gilchrist County Tea Party and they will also have Congressman Ted Yoho. Man, they have some pretty good recruiters if you ask me.
GILCHRIST COUNTY TEA PARTY
PRESENTS TWO GREAT SPEAKERS
AT THE TUESDAY
OCTOBER 14, 2014 MEETING
The Gilchrist County Tea Party has scheduled two dynamic speakers for this month’s Tea Party Meetings.
We are proud to bring you a National Conservative Speaker that is lively, funny, and informative. Derrick Wilburn, from Colorado, has agreed to join us on Tuesday for an evening of conservative enlightenment.
Derrick speaks all over the Country and we are very fortunate to have him join us. He will talk about how important it is for rural communities to come together and address the many issues that we have in fighting the progressive and liberal movements. He also will address how we can unite and be more productive in keeping Gilchrist County conservative.
Congressman Ted Yoho will also be present to bring us up to date on all the National issues that we now have before Congress and how he plans to address them when it’s time to vote. Your input is very valuable to him and he really seeks to find out how his constituents feel about the U.S. involvement in Syria, Iran, and how to combat ISIS. Congress is under tremendous pressure from many different factions, and Congressman Yoho really appreciates your feedback and input.
Don’t miss our next meeting,Tuesday, October 14, at 7 PM. We meet at the County Commission Chambers, on U.S. Highway 129 and S.E. 1 Avenue Trenton; across the street from the County Courthouse.
From our friend Dan Peterson at Coalition For Property Rights-
No on Amendment 1-
Protecting water and land resources is worthy and should be embraced by every Floridian. However, Amendment 1 is a special-interest proposal mandating an $18 billion raid on documentary-stamp revenues for the next 20 years. Red flags should fly before anyone concerned for good public policy regarding conservation and the role of government.
California, with spending mandates in its constitution, has severely limited its legislature’s control over the state’s budget. Consequently, it flirts with bankruptcy. Florida should reject going down that road.
A third red flag is the impact on our state budget and economy. Amendment 1 authorizes expenditures to acquire land. More government land means more government employees to oversee that land, more materials and more equipment to maintain that land. Amendment 1 grows government and increases maintenance expenses.
Beyond growing government and its costs, Amendment 1 will negatively affect Florida’s economy. Targets for acquisition include rural and agricultural lands — farms and ranches. One of Florida’s strongest and largest economic engines is agriculture, supporting thousands of jobs and making Florida a key partner in the international-trade market. Approximately one-third of Florida is in agriculture. Farms and ranches contribute to Florida’s economy providing revenue to our state and livelihoods for many Floridians. Removing those lands from production weakens Florida’s economy.
Another red flag is the amount of land already under government ownership and control. Already more than 27 percent of Florida is in conservation. Add other properties for government offices and facilities, and the total climbs to nearly one-third of Florida owned and controlled by government.
The state of Utah, more than half owned by government, is a case worth noting. Its lawmakers can attest to the challenges of budgeting for education when less than half of the land is available for taxation. That, together with too many acres of government-owned land either uncared for or off-limits to citizens, is another road for Florida to avoid.
The fact is private owners are better stewards of land than government. Government should not be handed $18 billion of taxpayer money to acquire and control land.
The American dream embraces the principle of private citizens owning and using property as a protection against the potential tyranny of the state. Increased government ownership threatens that principle with no guarantees of better land stewardship.
“We the people” have elected representative leaders who have pledged to make water and land public policy a priority in the 2015 legislative session. Hopefully, they will honor that pledge.
Our diverse state deserves a comprehensive approach to addressing our future. Being locked into Amendment 1 for the next 20 years with its multiple red flags limits that approach — and that’s bad for Florida.
Dan Peterson is executive director of the Coalition for Property Rights, a nonprofit advocacy movement.
We all know that we do not have a free market economy and certainly not in healthcare. For various reasons the demand for healthcare services will grow quickly in the next decade yet there are a group of individuals who have total control on how these needs will be met. No, not just the Feds but your State Legislatures with something called a Certificate Of Need (CON). Anyone wanting to build a hospital or a variety of other health related businesses must ask for permission and it is up to the legislation to give it to them. Sure seems like a comfy set up for a little crony capitalism.
Luckily back in the 1980′s Florida Governor Martinez refused to mandate that Ambulatory Surgery Centers (ASC) needed a Certificate Of Need (much to the anger of hospitals) and as such there are now over 400 ASC’c providing needed services to Floridians. Yet there are still CON’s for other parts of the healthcare industry.
Please click on link for a bit more info and video about the topic-
Please look over this great survey questionnaire that the folks at Campaign For Liberty sent out to all Florida Congressional candidates. Yes, All.
Unfortunately many did not feel the need to respond or were afraid to do so, but Congressman Yoho certainly did, and we applaud his responses.
Florida 2014 Federal General Election Candidate Survey Results
Campaign for Liberty gave candidates for Federal Office an opportunity to provide a straight answer to the following questions. The candidates’ answers can be seen below the list of questions.
1. Will you cosponsor and support efforts for roll call votes on Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, designed to bring transparency to the Federal Reserve (H.R. 24/S. 209 in the 113th Congress)?
2. Will you support legislation removing capital gains and sales taxes on gold and silver coinage?
3. Will you vote to oppose any legislation that allows the federal government to prohibit the sale, use, or carrying of firearms?
4. Will you support ending all foreign aid?
5. Will you oppose any debt limit increase?
Click for the link for the rest of the questions and answers by those that responded.
Thanks for your answers Congressman Yoho
Yet again a very disturbing trend by a very successful company who is now turning it’s back on the principles and rights that allowed it to prosper and grow. The company, Square, is a credit card merchant business that has revolutionized and made it less expensive for businesses to complete credit card transactions over their smart phones. It has truly made credit card purchases possible almost anywhere.
But last summer, around the same time the U.S. Department of Justice’s Operation Choke Point began pressuring banks to drop customers who buy or sell firearms, tobacco and other goods considered “not acceptable” by the Obama administration, Square quietly changed its terms of agreement.
Click link for the rest of the article from The Daily Signal-
Luckily there are now a few other companies offering the same type of technology.
Nice to get a little update on an organization that does not oppose what many of their customers may believe.
By Chris Walker in RedState- What makes the conservative business traveler sleep soundly? Is it the high thread count sheets? The pillow top mattress? The rewards points accumulating towards that free end-of-the-year get away?
Or is just knowing that the cost of comfort has also bought the peace of mind that comes with the assurance that at least one hotel chain is not sending a piece of the profits towards a cause that a conservative would not normally support at the ballot box?
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The Tea Party Network will be having many great speakers at the two day TTPN – 2014 and Beyond Conference. You will be given information and updates on issues facing our state and nation such as immigration, education, ethics reform, property rights, and of course the November election. We will be placing a heavy focus on repealing Common Core since full implementation will occur this year in Florida.. CLICK HERE to review and print the REVISED two day schedule.
Please plan on attending the TTPN – 2014 and Beyond Conference September 12th and 13th. The conference will be held at the Days Inn, 2390 North US Highway 27, Clermont, FL. (Florida Turnpike Exit 285). This meeting is open to all Tea Party supporters. CLICK HERE to download the brochure for sharing. Please make your conference reservation on the Eventbrite website. There is a $12 fee for each day which includes your lunch. If you would rather send in your reservation, please CLICK HERE to print out the reservations form.
Hotel reservations can be made by calling the Days Inn (352) 429-0483. Ask for the TTPN Rate: $45/night.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Clermont.
Even though many of us are certainly disappointed in some of Gov Scott’s decisions or votes, such as the largest State budget in Florida’s history, we CERTAINLY want him to beat Charlie Crist. And for those who will complain that the Libertarian candidate Adrian Wyllie should win, should and could are worlds apart. I would predict that Wyllie will get at most 4% of the vote. That’s too bad but the two party system is in place to ensure its survival. Until all citizens who care about individual freedoms get involved, we have to do the best we can.
So back to the ever increasing liability that most States are dealing with- State Retirement Liabilities-
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And just when you thought the UN was loosing some of it’s bite-
Secretary of State John Kerry has called climate change “the biggest challenge of all that we face right now,” and his French counterpart has warned of climate “chaos” in 500 days, and now the U.N. climate change chief is implying that climate change can be viewed on a par with the deadly Ebola outbreak.
Click for full article from cnsnews.com-