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Wyllie Campaign Announces the August Wyllie for Governor Craft Brewery Tour

Posted by Alexander Snitker July 20, 2014 Comments are off 86 views

August kicks off the Wyllie for Governor Campaign Craft Brewery Tour. The campaign team will be traveling the state from the Florida Keys to the Panhandle the entire month of August to show support for a small business industry that has come under attack by the legislators in Tallahassee this past session.

Wyllie issues Ultimatum to Florida Press Association

Posted by Alexander Snitker July 5, 2014 Comments are off 161 views

Therefore, I refuse to accept your rules, and I present you with the following ultimatum. I will attend the FPA/FSNE Gubernatorial Forum on July 10th in Coral Gables. You may either allow me to participate in the forum, or you may have me arrested.

Blatant first amendment violations

Posted by Alexander Snitker July 5, 2014 Comments are off 113 views

Commissioners in Charlotte County allow applause for their own actions but do not allow any sort of applause for ideas or comments proposed by the people.

Internal Police Emails Show Efforts to Hide Use of Cell Phone Tracking

Posted by Alexander Snitker July 1, 2014 Comments are off 269 views

The ACLU of Florida released a set of internal police emails obtained today through a public records request with the subject line “Trap and Trace Confidentiality.” The documents confirm that local police, working on state court matters, hide behind the sham cloak of the U.S. Marshals’ office to keep the information about stingray use out of court files—and beyond even a court’s custody and reach.

Libertarians elect new leadership

Posted by Alexander Snitker June 30, 2014 Comments are off 400 views

Delegates to the 2014 Libertarian Party National Convention in Columbus, Ohio, elected Nicholas Sarwark of Colorado to be the party’s new chair.

The Disintegration of the Iraqi State Has Its Roots in World War I

Posted by Alexander Snitker June 22, 2014 Comments are off 866 views

Created by European powers, the nation of Iraq may be buckling under the pressure of trying to unite three distinct ethnic groups

Florida Gov. signs bill to help pro sports teams

Posted by Alexander Snitker June 20, 2014 Comments are off 203 views

The new law (HB 7095) would establish a pool of $13 million in taxpayer-supported subsidies that could be spent each year, with no team receiving more than $3 million a year. But the subsidies could then be in place for decades. The projects must cost a minimum of $100 million to qualify for the help.

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