Amendments - Florida Constitution

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Gov. Ron DeSantis has launched the Florida Freedom Fund, a political fundraising committee that will help Republicans and target left-wing efforts this election cycle.


“As Governor Ron DeSantis continues to lead our great state, the Florida Freedom Fund will champion issues and candidates committed to preserving Floridians’ freedom,” said DeSantis spokesperson Taryn Fenske in a statement to Florida’s Voice. “From up and down ballot races to critical amendments, we’re steadfast in our mission to keep Florida free.”

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(Cenk Uygur, longtime host of far-left program “The Young Turks”)

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Jen O’Malley Dillon, Biden's re-election campaign chairman,

has admitted that Florida is a lost cause for Democrats.

The interviewer, John Heilemann, listed off some states, asking Dillon if the campaign considered them to be “battleground” contests.

When it came to Florida, Dillon’s answer was to the point.

“No,” she said.


Of course He was born on Flag Day



Statement on Sham Trial's Guilty Verdict

"From a corrupt District Attorney to a rigged judge making a mockery of our judicial system, President Trump's guilty verdict comes as no surprise," says Chairman Evan Power. "Trump Derangement Syndrome was alive and well in that New York courtroom, but here in the real world, Donald Trump's support only grows stronger."

Polling shows that the majority of Americans will NOT be swayed by this outcome.

"This political witch hunt does nothing more than make fools out of the Democrats," says Chairman Evan Power. "They can't win with a failing, senile old man on the ballot, so they must resort to election interference. Americans see right through it!"

We look forward to taking back the White House this November and putting an end to Biden's disastrous policies on the border, the economy, and crime. Florida will lead the way in bringing the RED wave to vindicate President Donald J. Trump once and for all!

Trump has more in common with Lincoln than you might think | The Hill

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RECVC Lincoln Dinner 2024 . Sunday July 21



  • Join Us For The Annual Lincoln Dinner

July 21, 2024 

Ocean Center . Daytona Beach, FL


U.S. Senator Rick Scott

Senator Rick Scott was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2018 and is currently serving his first term representing the state of Florida. Prior to his election to the U.S. Senate, Rick Scott served two terms as the 45th Governor of Florida, working every day to turn around Florida’s economy and secure the state’s future as the best place for families and businesses to succeed. 

Congressman Mike Waltz

Congressman Mike Waltz is a Colonel (Ret.) in the National Guard, a combat-decorated Green Beret, former White House and Pentagon policy advisor, a small business owner, an author, and a proud father. He is the first Green Beret to be elected to Congress.

Congressman Cory Mills

Congressman Cory Mills honorably serves as a member of the 118th Congress, representing the voices and values of Florida’s Seventh residents. As one of nearly 100 distinguished Veterans currently serving on Capitol Hill, Representative Mills serves on the House Foreign Affairs and Armed Services Committees. 


Florida Representative THOMAS J. "TOM" LEEK

During his time, Tom served as Chairman of the Appropriations Committee overseeing the states’s $112+ billion-dollar budget and on the Leadership Teams of three consecutive Speakers of the House, making a distinguished impact in Florida that will be felt for generations to come.


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Memorial Day . May 27 . 2024

Afghanistan – 2,448 American war dead

Iraq – 4,486 American war dead

Korea . 54,246 American war dead

Vietnam . 58,220 American war dead

World War 2 - 407,000 American war dead

Brittany, France -  4.410 American war dead


Cambridge, England -  3.812 American war dead


Epinal, France – 5.525 American  war dead


Henri-Chapelle, Belgium - 7.992 American war dead

American Cemetery,  Luxembourg - 5.076 American war dead 

Sicily-Rome, Italy - 7,858 American war dead


Meuse-Argonne, France - 14.246 American war dead 

American Cemetery, Netherlands - 8301 American war dead


Oise-Aisne, France - 6.012 American war dead

Rhone, France - 861 American war dead

 Photo of Rhone American Cemetery and Memorial

Sicily, Italy - 7.861 American war dead

 Photo of Sicily Rome American Cemetery and Memorial

St. Mihiel, France - 4.153 American war dead


World War 1 – 53,402 American military war dead


Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The remains of a soldier "known but to God"

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"A Rule For The Ages"

John Sauer argues for President Trump on  April 25, 2024

The Supreme Court on Thursday appeared skeptical of a ruling by a federal appeals court that rejected former President Donald Trump’s claim that he has absolute immunity from criminal charges based on his official acts as president.

By Amy Howe (excerpt)

Representing Trump, John Sauer told the justices that without presidential immunity from criminal charges, the “presidency as we know it” will be changed. The “looming threat,” he contended, will “destroy presidential decision making precisely when” the president needs to be bold. And the impact of the court’s decision, he suggested, will have an impact far beyond Trump’s case. He pointed to the prospect, for example, that President Joe Biden could be charged with unlawfully inducing immigrants to enter the United States illegally through his border control policies.

Michael Dreeben, a lawyer from prosecutor Jack Smith’s office, emphasized that the Supreme Court has never recognized absolute criminal immunity for any public official. Trump, he contended, seeks permanent criminal immunity for a president’s official acts unless he has first been impeached and convicted by the Senate.

Justice Kavanaugh worried aloud about the wider impact of the court’s decision. Telling Dreeben that the justices were “writing a rule for the ages,” and that he was “not concerned about this case as much as future ones,”

Justice Gorsuch, who, like Kavanaugh, expressed concern about the use of the law to target political opponents. Emphasizing that virtually all first-term presidents will be concerned about being reelected, he pressed Dreeben on whether his theory would include consideration of a president’s motives.

Dreeben stressed the “layers of protection” available to shield a former president from unwarranted prosecutions, such as the assumption that prosecutors will act in good faith and the need for a grand jury to return an indictment.

The court is expected to issue its decision by the end of June or early July.

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