If Trump decided Florida’s governor with one tweet in 2018, what could he do with an entire 24/7 network running in the state? It’s an important question to ask, especially as speculation mounts that the outgoing President could consider launching a new media organization that would look to overtake FOX
Last night, Orlando Super Attorney John Morgan posted this Twitter message for Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. Right now our unemployment system in Florida is broken!! Here’s an offer to the state of Florida and @GovRonDeSantis that cannot be refused! pic.twitter.com/uUPvLqX2zk — John Morgan (@JohnMorganESQ) May 6, 2020 So, let me
Over the weekend Agriculture Commissioner Nikki Fried called for a statewide shutdown of Florida. This comes after New York and California decided to issue orders of their own in the midst of the Corona virus pandemic. Unfortunately for Commissioner Fried, her opinion is more political than pragmatic at this point.
This morning, Governor Ron DeSantis announced that he would be pushing for an increase in starting salary for teachers of $47,500. Up from $39,000 which is among the lowest in the nation (story HERE). It’s common sense really but in this bizarre political environment, common sense plays quite popular for
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has earned himself a spot as one of the top ten most popular governors in America, with a 57% approval rating since taking office (story HERE). He’s accomplished this by doing something almost unheard of in today’s political climate. Using common sense on simple matters, and
Today at a Merritt Island press conference, Governor Ron DeSantis told reporters that there was a possibility that Space Command could still find it’s home here in Florida, despite the Sunshine State currently not being on the list of the locations currently being considered (story HERE). DeSantis would accomplish this