Children will be protected -- THIS. IS. FLORIDA.

"Ron DeSantis has the DeSantis Doctrine, sort of like the Monroe Doctrine, except instead of keeping shady foreigners out of our hemisphere, the DeSantis Doctrine keeps woke fascists out of our lives."

"You gotta hand it to a guy who convinces Democrats to die on the hill of defending perverted groomers talking about sex with little school kids. You would think that Democrats actually want to win elections. But no – they want to make the schools safe for pedos, and they don't care who knows it. But they'll care plenty in November when parents around the country come out and vote."

 The Daily Wire commissioned a poll (link) that presented the respondents in its study with the actual language from the Florida bill’s most criticized passage and then asked them to react to it:

Below is a passage from a new state education law. Please indicate whether you support or oppose it: "Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through third grade or in a manner that is not age appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.”

The poll results indicate that Americans across racial, party, and age lines support the Florida proposal:

  • More than 6 in 10 Americans (64%) support the Florida bill’s ban on classroom instructions on sexual orientation and gender identity in grades K-3, or at any level if it is not presented in a manner that is age or developmentally appropriate. Twenty-one percent said they oppose the bill.
  • The Florida measure is backed by 69% of Republicans, 62% of Democrats, and 57% of Independents. There were also no notable differences among whites (63%), blacks (66%), and Latinos (62%) or by age.

Florida House Speaker Chris Sprowls said, “This polling reflects what our common sense already tells us. Only fanatics think the classroom curriculum from kindergarten through 3rd grade should include teaching little children about gender identity.”

Governor DeSantis’ press secretary, Christina Pushaw, said the poll’s national findings are consistent with what Floridians are saying about HB 1557. “Radical progressives know their agenda is unpopular with the majority of Americans. That’s why they resort to telling flat-out lies — and the corporate media acts as the DNC’s comms shop”

Among Democrats familiar with the law, 47% said they heard about it from national networks, such as NBC, ABC, and CBS and 25% said cable networks like MSNBC and CNN.


Parental Rights in Education (HB 1557) made it through the Florida legislature. It is now headed to Gov. Ron DeSantis’ desk, and he’s promised to sign it into law. So, why is this bill being so maligned?

The answer is that it dares to disallow teaching sexual and gender ideology to Pre-K through third-grade students (that translates to ages 3-7)

Here’s the reality of the Parental Rights in Education bill. It’s an anti-grooming law. There is no justification for a teacher to ever speak to a small child about “gender ideology” and sexuality, and any adult wanting to do that should be investigated for pedophilia. Parents are not going to sit by and allow that kind of insanity to be normalized and pushed on their children.

Some Republicans may cower in the face of the LGBT+ whatever lobby on these issues .. DeSantis isn’t going to. (link)

Of course, since everything is stupid, Disney Corp. has now gotten involved, denouncing the bill publicly. After requesting a meeting with DeSantis, Disney CEO Bob Chapek received it in the form of a phone call on Thursday. Here’s how that went:

To summarize, Disney can go jump in a lake. Florida voters and their representatives have spoken. MORE @ RedState


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Proverbs 22:6

"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."
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NYT National Security Reporter: January 6th not an insurrection .. "we were just having fun!"

NEW YORK – Mar. 8, 2022:  Project Veritas published a bombshell video showing Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times correspondent, Matthew Rosenberg, speaking about the events of January 6, 2021, in a way that contradicts his own reporting. Click on Image

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Pulitzer Prize Winning New York Times Reporter: January 6 Media Coverage ‘Overreaction,’ FBI Involved, Event Was Not Organized Despite Ongoing Narrative

  • NYT National Security Correspondent, Matthew Rosenberg, contradicts his own January 6 reporting: “There were a ton of FBI informants amongst the people who attacked the Capitol. It was like, me and two other colleagues who were there [January 6] outside and we were just having fun!”

  • Rosenberg: “I know I’m supposed to be traumatized, but like, all these colleagues who were in the [Capitol] building and are like ‘Oh my God it was so scary!’  These f*cking little dweebs who keep going on about their trauma .. it’s not the kind place I can tell someone to man up but .. dude come on, you were not in any danger."

  • Rosenberg: "They were making too big a deal. They were making this an organized thing that it wasn’t.”

Project Veritas founder and CEO James O’Keefe revealed that Rosenberg’s article titled, The Next Big Lies: Jan 6 was No Big Deal, or A Left-Wing Plot,” was written around the same time as he was making contradictory statements to a Project Veritas undercover reporter. MORE

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There you will find the job description for 5 positions available, pay and the application process.   Please consider these positions, we need lots of Republicans signed up for the positions. You can also call the elections office with questions on the temporary Poll Worker positions. 
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Prosperity is blooming in the Sunshine State

"With job growth projected to outpace the entire nation, things are going exceedingly well for Florida."

First, the state ended the unemployment bonus last May, months ahead of schedule. Shortly after, unemployment costs in the state dropped 86%. Since then, the state has regained 92.1% of the jobs it initially lost in the early days of the pandemic.

Nationwide, 1 out of 5 workers require the government's permission to do his or her job.

Licensing laws vary across states and even across localities. They are often duplicative and sometimes even directly conflict with each other. To solve this issue, Florida now prohibits localities from adding additional licensing requirements, allowing entrepreneurs to put that "open for business" sign up in the window sooner rather than later.

Job training programs are not always work-centric. They are often inefficient, forcing job seekers to fill out redundant paperwork and creating administrative problems. Florida is working to ensure job training programs aren’t wasting taxpayer dollars and creating more bureaucracy. 

To make sure the programs are working, the state will be tracking transitions out of welfare programs based on metrics such as participant completion, job attainment, and wages.

All of these commonsense solutions passed by the legislature will serve Floridians by getting the government out of the way of economic growth, removing barriers to work, and encouraging more Floridians to start businesses in the state. MORE

Throwing nuthin' but strikes .. Reelect Governor DeSantis

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President Trump says it plainly: "We’ll be doing it again a third time."

All Trump-Endorsed Candidates Win Texas Primaries on Tuesday.

In a statement to the former president on Wednesday (3/2/2022) Texas Lieutenant Gov. Dan Patrick (R) announced that Trump went 12-0 in his Texas primary endorsements.

“I am proud to tell you that every candidate I asked you to endorse won or is solidly in first place going into a runoff. You were 12-0 with your Texas endorsements last night from my list of recommendations,” said Patrick.

“Your key endorsement of strong conservative candidates, who believe in the MAGA policies, who worked hard every day for months was a winning combination over their opponents.” MORE


“They’re going to find out the hard way starting on November 8 .. and then again, even more so, in Nov. 2024. We did it twice, and we’ll do it again. We’ll be doing it again a third time." 


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“2022 will be the year that millions of everyday citizens will stand up to the left-wing fascists.” 

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“I can tell you there’s one fellow that just hates Florida and his name is Joe Biden.”

FULL SPEECH: Governor Ron DeSantis addresses CPAC 2022

The Best 21 Minutes of your day -- Watch

“We protected people’s rights, we protected people’s jobs, and made sure every kid in the state of Florida had an opportunity to go to school in person. Freedom has prevailed in the Sunshine State ... Had Florida not led the way, this country could look like Canada or Australia. We sometimes take freedom for granted, you should not do that after the last two years.”

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“They’ve made all of our Founding Fathers out to be evil racists. They weren’t.”

While the Republicans look to be in pretty good shape to take back the House of Representatives in November 2022, the situation in the Senate is much tighter.  There are two schools of thought in the US Senate on how to approach the 2022 election. Mitch McConnell wants to run against Joe Biden. (link)

Rick Scott is breaking with McConnell to nationalize the senatorial campaigns, as Newt Gingrich nationalized the House races in 1994. (link)

Rick Scott and his staff are trying to win big and have the guts to put what they are about on paper as his “11 Points Plan to Rescue America.” (more)

  1. Our kids will say the pledge of allegiance, salute the Flag, learn that America is a great country, and choose the school that best fits them.

  2. Government will never again ask American citizens to disclose their race, ethnicity, or skin color on any government forms.

  3. The soft-on-crime days of coddling criminal behavior will end. We will re-fund and respect the police because they, not the criminals, are the good guys.

  4. We will secure our border, finish building the wall, and name it after President Donald Trump.

  5. We will grow America’s economy, starve Washington’s economy, and stop Socialism.

  6. We will eliminate all federal programs that can be done locally, and enact term limits for federal bureaucrats and Congress.

  7. We will protect the integrity of American Democracy and stop left-wing efforts to rig elections.

  8. We will protect, defend, and promote the American Family at all costs.

  9. Men are men, women are women, and unborn babies are babies. We believe in science.

  10. Americans will be free to welcome God into all aspects of our lives.

  11. We are Americans, not globalists.


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Top Florida GOP operative (and RECVC member) Maryann Pistilli to manage 'Laura Loomer For Congress'


In her campaign for the US Congress, Laura Loomer (R), who is running in Florida's 11th District against incumbent Rep. Daniel Webster has seen many milestones achieved, but none like this. The Loomer campaign has secured top Florida GOP operative Maryann Pistilli as its new campaign manager.

Maryann Pistelli with President Donald TrumpMaryann Pistilli with President Donald Trump, Orlando 12-12-2021

Prior to joining the Loomer campaign, Pistilli served as the State Director for voter registration for the Republican Party of Florida, as well as being the Deputy State Director of Field Operations for the RPOF/Victory during the 2020 presidential election.

From 2016-2022, Pistilli has worked for RPOF/Victory throughout many election cycles. Florida has recently officially flipped in registered voters from Democrat to Republican, a crucial swing in data considering that Florida is often considered a "purple" state. Republicans now have a growing voter registration advantage over Democrats in Florida, and Pistilli is being credited for her contribution to that effort.

She is also known to have years' worth of experience in grassroots organizing going as far back as the Tea Party movement in 2009. For the Loomer campaign, Pistilli is a highly respected Florida political operative at the highest levels, a renowned grassroots coordinator, making her a popular and prized addition to Laura Loomer’s Congressional campaign..

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“We’re not complaining about it anymore ... Republicans are taking over elections nationwide."

Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon gave a dire warning to Democrats about the upcoming midterm elections in November.

"We’re taking action, and that action is we’re taking over school boards .. we’re taking over the Republican Party through the precinct committee strategy .. we’re taking over all the elections.

Bannon spoke directly about the 2020 presidential election; “We’re not complaining about it anymore. Remember, no whining and no tears in the War Room."  More

Photo of Donald J. TrumpDonald J. Trump - February 27th, 2022

The “Precinct Strategy” is enlisting America First Patriots to their local County Republican Party committees, positions which are too often left vacant.

If members of our Great movement start getting involved (that means YOU becoming a precinct committeeman/woman for your voting precinct), we can take back our great Country from the ground up.

The Precinct Strategy, as explained by Dan Schultz at, is a great way to restore our Republic by transforming our Party from currently at less than half-strength at the precinct level into a full-strength, Get Out The Vote powerhouse—as it should be.

You can represent your community on the Republican Executive Committee as a precinct committeeman or precinct committeewoman. There are no membership dues and the only requirements are the following:

* You must be a registered Republican (for the last 12 months)

* You must be registered at the precinct you wish to represent

* You must complete and sign two different forms: A State Loyalty Oath that is filed with the Supervisor of Elections and a Party Loyalty Oath that is filed with the Republican Party of Florida.

The Republican Executive Committee of Volusia County meets on the second Tuesday of each month.

*New member orientation from 5:00-6pm 

Sign in & Social hour, 6-7 pm

Meeting begins 7 pm

*Contact RECVC Membership & Orientation Chairman 

Tom Taaffe  

(386) 410-9408   [email protected] 

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"For they have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind."

Democratic Rep. Jim Cooper of Tennessee, who recently announced he would not seek reelection to Congress this fall, warns that the party is facing extinction in small-town America. “It’s hard to sink lower than we are right now. You’re almost automatically a pariah in rural areas if you have a D after your name.”

SMETHPORT, Pa. (AP) — Some Democrats in rural Pennsylvania are afraid to tell you they’re Democrats.

The party’s brand is so toxic in the small towns 100 miles northeast of Pittsburgh that some liberals have removed bumper stickers and yard signs and refuse to acknowledge publicly their party affiliation. 

“The hatred for Democrats is just unbelievable,” said Tim Holohan, an accountant based in rural McKean County who recently encouraged his daughter to get rid of a pro-Joe Biden bumper sticker. “I feel like we’re on the run.” The climate across rural Pennsylvania is symptomatic of a larger political problem threatening the Democrat Party heading into the November elections. 

Even if Democrats continue to eke out victories by piling up urban and suburban votes, former Sen. Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota fears her party will have “unstable majorities.” She said Democrats are hurting themselves by not speaking out more forcefully against far-left positions that alienate rural voters.

Read - ‘The brand is so toxic’ : Dems fear extinction in rural US

If not now .. when?  VOLUNTEER HERE

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“Rush Limbaugh, thank you for your decades of tireless devotion to our country.”

Rush Limbaugh died a year ago today, on February 17, 2021. It seems a fitting occasion to remember, in good humor, philosophic levity, and political gravity some of the highlights of his remarkable American life.

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Rush was serious about politics, and what enabled him to be as serious as he should be, was his understanding that there were things more important than politics.

Good politics established the conditions for higher things: for freedom of thought, freedom of religion, the flourishing of art, music, literature; the happiness of husbands and wives and fathers and mothers and children in families; the joy of sports of all kinds and of watching sports with friends and rooting for one’s team. Rush’s seriousness, good humor, and joy were direct products of his understanding and appreciation of the freedom to pursue happiness that good politics makes possible.      

This is precisely why every pious liberal is miserable and spreads his liberal misery wherever he goes: because for the pious liberal there is nothing beyond politics. Everything is about power and is reducible to power. As the world has seen with shocking clarity these past two years, the pious liberal will not rest until he controls your every thought, word, and deed.

As Rush said on the air frequently, he wasn’t concerned about what happened to the Republican Party or even to conservatives. He was concerned with what was happening to the country. His conservatism was defending the freedom, interests, and sovereignty of the American people, and he saw that the greatest challenge to doing this was the liberal identity politics of what was once called political correctness and came to be called 'wokeness'.  

“What is it that sets us apart? There is one answer, and it is found in the Declaration of Independence. We are all endowed by our Creator with certain unalienable rights. Because of this, America became the greatest nation in human history.”       

“We are in a battle for the kind of country this is going to be. We’re not in a battle over who is going to win every four years. The battle we are in is literally about will this remain the United States of America as founded.” 

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Russiagate was a hoax .. a political hit job .. a true “war on democracy”... and a criminal conspiracy.

Washington Post, New York Times should give back their Pulitzers for Russia-Trump ‘reporting’

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