Celebrate Mother's Day

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"When President DeSantis is sworn in at 12:00 pm on January 20, 2025 ...

He should give a short speech and by 12:10 be firing people. Lots of people. And right away."

  • He needs to fire Christopher Wray at the FBI and most of the failed Bureau’s leadership.

  • He needs to fire much of the Justice Department.

  • He needs to rampage through the rest of the bureaucracy, firing to and fro.

Then there’s the Pentagon – there’s a lot of firing to be done there. Trump was always impressed by generals. That was a huge mistake. DeSantis was in the Navy. He gets it .. by the time generals pin on that fourth star, they are all-in on the establishment. Why do you think they are so eager to invoke the woke? Because that’s who they are. Fire them.

Then reach down in the ranks to find the guys who aren’t poisoned by leftism and promote them. And take a serious interest in who gets promoted in the future – don’t rubber stamp the promotion lists the Pentagon generates. 

Trump used to believe in our institutions and it took him a while to see how totally corrupt they truly are. He thought, for too long, that the DoJ and FBI and other agencies really had America’s interests at heart instead of the liberal establishment’s priorities.

Trump had no (political) Rolodex. Trump had no one to call. That’s a big part of why his administration was staffed with people who had zero loyalty and spent their time undermining him and his policies. It was only at the end that Trump found trustworthy folks who would do their jobs instead of pursue outside agendas.

President DeSantis will not have that problem – there’s a whole generation of experienced conservatives out there to call upon to staff his administration. And they will to be ready to separate the wheat form the chaff when they take up their places. Time to play by the new rules – we didn’t make them, but we need to play by them.

Clean House in 2025

Kurt Schlichter was personally recruited to write conservative commentary by Andrew Breitbart. He is a name partner at a growing Los Angeles trial lawyer, a retired Army Infantry colonel with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College, and a former stand-up comic.
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“Supporting our law enforcement and first responders .. to express our gratitude for their selflessness.”

 Ron DeSantis @GovRonDeSantis

"Some want to defund the police. In Florida, we’re funding them & then some by providing all of our heroes $1,000 bonuses. This represents more than 174,000 first responders across the state!"

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Ron DeSantis announced on Wednesday that his administration is giving $1,000 bonuses to all of Florida’s 174,000 first responders, including law enforcement officers, paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), and firefighters.
The authorization comes following the Governor’s call for the bonuses in March, with the bonuses included in the 2021-22 state budget. While the budget is not yet signed, the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) is working to immediately implement this bonus program, expediting the distribution effort. Approximately $208 million has been allocated from DEO for over 174,000 first responders across the state, including 49,405 sworn law enforcement officers, 40,732 EMTs, 35,811 firefighters and 33,185 paramedics in Florida.
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“From the Desk of Donald J. Trump”

 President Trump Launches New Website

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 “From the Desk of Donald J. Trump” can be found at www.DonaldJTrump.com/desk.

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Volusia County Turns Red .. 4 Years Ago Today

On Thursday May 4th 2017 'Trump Talk Live' producer Vic Baker was preparing for our REC's weekly 7pm radio show. Checking the homepage of Volusia County Department of Elections, what he saw was a milestone in our history: 

For the first time ever, going back to the 1870's, Volusia Co. had more registered Republicans than Democrats.

Upon hearing of the county’s shift from Democrat to Republican, Kit Martin, a longtime Daytona Beach resident who was involved in organizing local GOP clubs as early as the 1964 election, had a two-word reaction. “Happy day,” she said.

She recalled the day when she, newly arrived from West Virginia, went to register to vote. She told the elections supervisor’s clerk her party choice. “Are you sure you want to register Republican?” came the response. “I said, ‘What is your name? I think it is illegal to try to influence my registration,’” Martin responded.

Tony Ledbetter, the Volusia County Republican chairman, said the party remained almost 3,000 voters behind Democrats on Jan. 1. He attributes the closed gap to a backlash to negative mainstream media coverage of Trump. Ledbetter views Volusia as a harbinger of Florida, which still tilted Democratic by about 330,000 voters out of a total of 13 million, as of Dec. 31, 2016. “We have a campaign push all over Florida, all 67 counties,” he said. “We’re working to make Florida red.”

More @ Volusia is RED

Current Registration Numbers - http://www.volusiaelections.org/  May the 4th be with you!

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Common Sense + Uncommon Courage = Real Leadership

 --- DeSantis ends COVID-19 restrictions statewide

The legislation, passed by the Florida Legislature last week, bars state and local governments from shuttering businesses and schools during health emergencies and bans “vaccine passports.”

“The bill ensures that neither the state or local governments can close businesses or keep kids out of in-person instruction unless they satisfy a demanding and continuous justification,” DeSantis told reporters, adding that Florida is no longer in a state of emergency.

Ron DeSantis Climbs Another Rung Up the Presidential Ladder

"With his latest pronouncement about Critical Race Theory, DeSantis shows the kind of political courage every Republican politician should have."

WATCH: Ron DeSantis Calls Critical Race Theory "A Bunch of Horse Manure"

"I mean, give me a break. This country has had more opportunity for more people than any country in the history of the world and it doesn't matter where you trace your ancestry from. We've had people who have been able to succeed and all."

Ron DeSantis To Sign Bill Banning Biological Males From Competing In Girls Sports

"Oh, yes. We're going to protect our girls. I have a four-year-old daughter and a one-year-old daughter, and they're very athletic. And we want to have opportunities for our girls. They deserve an even playing field. And that's what we're doing, with what Mississippi did, with what Florida did, and I know what other states are going to do. So, I look forward to being able to sign that into law."


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Had Enough Corporate Media Propaganda?

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WINNER: New Gaming Deal = $2.5 billion to the state in the first 5 years, w/annual payments of $500 million.

On Friday, April 23, Gov. Ron DeSantis announced a groundbreaking new gaming compact with the Seminole Tribe that will officially legalize sports betting for Florida gamblers.

"I’m excited to announce the signing of a new compact between the State of Florida and the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which will generate the state $2.5 billion in new revenue over the next five years and $6 billion through 2030."

State gamblers will be able to place wagers on professional sports, collegiate sports, Olympic or international sports competition, motor vehicle race, or individual performance statistics of an athlete or any individual participant. All sports wagering will be completed exclusively through Seminole Tribe controlled sports books, or qualified pari-mutuel permit holders to offer sports betting at their facilities. 

The agreed upon deal will be signed by the Florida legislature in a special session during the week of May 17 and must also receive approval from the federal Secretary of the Interior.

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"Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country"

 Democrats go full racist as they attack Tim Scott (click on image)


A hundred years ago, kids in classrooms were taught the color of their skin was their most important characteristic — and if they looked a certain way, they were inferior.

Today, kids are being taught that the color of their skin defines them again -- and if they look a certain way, they're an oppressor. From colleges to corporations to our culture, people are making money and gaining power by pretending we haven't made any progress at all, by doubling down on the divisions we've worked so hard to heal.

You know this stuff is wrong. Hear me clearly: America is not a racist country. It's backwards to fight discrimination with different types of discrimination. And it's wrong to try to use our painful past to dishonestly shut down debates in the present.

I'm an African American who has voted in the South my entire life. I take voting rights personally. Republicans support making it easier to vote and harder to cheat. And so do the voters! Big majorities of Americans support early voting, and big majorities support Voter I.D. -- including African Americans and Hispanics. Common sense makes common ground.

But today, this conversation has collapsed. The state of Georgia passed a law that expands early voting; preserves no-excuse mail-in voting; and, despite what the president claimed, did not reduce Election Day hours. If you actually read this law, it's mainstream! It will be easier to vote early in Georgia than in Democrat-run New York.

But the Left doesn't want you to know that. They want people virtue-signaling by yelling about a law they haven't even read! Fact-checkers have called out the White House for misstatements. The president absurdly claims this is worse than Jim Crow.

What is going on here? I'll tell you. A Washington power grab. This misplaced outrage is supposed to justify Democrats' new sweeping bill that would take over elections for all 50 states; it would send public funds to political campaigns you disagree with, and make the bipartisan Federal Elections Commission partisan!

This is not about civil rights, or our racial past. It's about rigging elections in the future.

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Ending social media censorship and bias against conservatives.

Ron DeSantis Scores Another Major Victory 

FL Senate Passes Anti Censorship Bill 

The Republican governor is gaining massive popularity among Trump supporters and the GOP for taking action on BLM riots and big tech censorship.

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*The latest bill could be the end for Wikipedia, Facebook fact checking, and social media censorship and bias against conservatives.

*The bill creates a private action for lawsuit against tech companies for cases of deplatforming.

*Further the bill forbids changes in a tech monopolies' policy being applied retroactively -- they can change their standards, but must candidly disclose those changes, and can only apply them going forward, after a month.

*Further, they cannot change their standards willy-nilly and case-by-case as they do now: they can only change them once per month. Period.

*No more magically appearing new criteria about "hacked materials," which then disappears in a few days after its been used to stifle political speech (as in the case of the New York Post's Hunter Biden scoop).


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