by Doug Book, staff writer
As the State of Florida continues to release evidence in the Trayvon Martin case, it becomes increasingly clear that prosecutors will have little chance of convincing an honest jury that George Zimmerman is guilty of 2nd degree murder.
On May 15th, a medical report submitted by Zimmerman’s family doctor revealed that, on the night of the shooting the accused murderer suffered “…a ‘closed fracture’ of [the] nose, a pair of black eyes, two lacerations to the back of [the] head and a minor back injury…” Zimmerman was treated by police at the scene and sought medical attention the next morning. (1)
Yet none of this information was included in the Affidavit of Probable Cause submitted by State Attorney Angela Corey as grounds for her charge of 2nd degree murder. Neither was the fact that witnesses testified to State investigators that Martin had attacked Zimmerman, or that he knocked Zimmerman to … Continue Reading:If Obama is ousted in November, thank Florida Governor Scott
By Kevin “Coach” Collins
Elections do make a difference: Liberals work against America and conservatives work for America as this comparison of two newly elected governors’ shows.
Both Florida at 12% and Rhode Island at 11.6% are suffering unemployment levels far above the national average. Both states welcomed new governors this month and both Rick Scott a conservative Republican of Florida and Lincoln Chafee a liberal Independent of Rhode Island took immediate action to address their state’s unemployment woes.
In Tallahassee, Scott issued a series of Executive Orders one of which included a directive to his state’s agencies that they must immediately begin using the E-Verify system to certify the eligibility of state employees and contractors they use as to citizenship. Scott’s lifetime as a job creator in the private sector has taught him the importance of protecting American jobs from illegal aliens so he took his first opportunity to start cleaning … Continue Reading:Two new governors: Scott of Florida sides with the people, Chafee of Rhode Island sides with ACLU
By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
As Rick Scott’s bid to win the governor’s race hung in the balance, once again Floridians were forced to wait on results from the recalcitrant Palm Beach County’s voting system. ”I don’t want to hear the word chad!” an angry Scott supporter told other up-all-night volunteers at the morning after coffee bar at the Ft. Lauderdale hotel marina. Men at one round table resorted to bandying about percentages needed to avoid a mandated recount. A Scott staffer seated at another table with her young daughter just gave a weary stare when asked, “When will we know?” Her very slight gesture mirrored generalized helplessness in the face of yet another possible vote count debacle from a losing Democrat.
Alex Sink’s concession speech delivered Wednesday morning ended the drama, but not the questions of why we should have been forced to wait in the first place.
Please tell me why … Continue Reading:Hanging Chads and other Democrat post election stunts
By Suzanne Eovaldi, staff writer
“You are an Obama liberal,” Rick Scott told his opponent Alex Sink in their last debate this week on CNN after she bragged about getting all of the endorsements of Florida’s 16 daily newspapers. Scott questioned why they would not endorse her as the liberal figurehead of the progressives’ push to put some sunshine in their dark agenda. With the recent “Up By 6%” poll numbers of likely voters just released by Rasmussen, Rick Scott is buoyed, but his whining opponent Alex Sink continues to exhibit the typical liberal attitude of not accepting responsibility for her own failures. Sink’s response to Scott, a proven entrepreneur, was to smear, smear, smear.
She was quick to attack Scott’s health care company’s legal issues but totally ignored the same fraud type questions directed toward her. Scott hammered her about the $6.7 million fine her financial company was hit with for steering seniors … Continue Reading:Why Alex Sink, another whining cheating liberal Democrat will lose Tuesday