Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson will now move to SCOTUS .. as planned.

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will retire at the end of the current court term, setting up the final step to elevate DC Appeals Court Judge Kentanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. This is exactly what was planned from the appointment of Merrick Garland to U.S. Attorney General. [GO DEEP]

As reported by CTH in March 2021 – "Merrick Garland was confirmed Attorney General to open his seat in the DC Appeals Court for Kentanji Brown Jackson. KBJ’s appointment to that specific court needed Senate confirmation. 

In June 2021, KBJ was confirmed [GO DEEP] with a vote of 53-47.  Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and Lindsey Graham voted with Democrats to support KBJ to the circuit court. 

Once Senate confirmed, we anticipate (almost to a certainty) that replacement (KBJ) will be elevated to a Supreme Court nomination to replace Justice Stephen Breyer, now 82-years-old. 

The Senate will have no political ammunition to block or not confirm the radical SCOTUS pick, because she will have been confirmed months before. As a standalone nomination for SCOTUS she would be a radical pick; Justice Brown Jackson is a known activist in the DC District Court; however, with this maneuver she could get through nomination easier and then sit on the highest court for thirty years."

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"The Biden misadministration is the hot stove of politics"

For the ones who are dumb, they’ll keep putting their palms on the burners and being surprised when they smell singed hand ... “I voted for Biden and someone broke into my car, plus I caught COVID though I quadruple mask and quintuple vaxx, and then I got drafted to go fight to protect Hunter’s investments in Ukraine! How did this happen?" - By Kurt Schlichter

Noted dead white guy Samuel Johnson, who believed that there are only two genders, once observed, “Depend upon it, Sir, when a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight, it concentrates his mind wonderfully.” It’s an apt analogy here, both because it evokes the fact that the Democrats have gone all-in on the side of the criminals as the crime rate rockets up, and also because it demonstrates just how intractably stupid the Democrats are. They ride in the little cart heading toward their November 8th date with the electoral noose, but their minds are not concentrated on that. Instead they are concentrated on fake insurrections and telling us how CRT is not taught in schools yet must absolutely continue to be taught in schools. 

The Democrats always fail, always. They hate normal Americans, they screw up the economy, they coddle criminals. When you give these morons authority, they will mess everything up. Name a functioning institution in our society that works even adequately. There is no competently-run institution left in America. Academia is broke. The military is broke. And what’s the one thing our institutions have in common? They are run by the left, and the Democrats are the party of the left.

We want socialism destroyed. Not tamed, not moderated .. crushed. Wiped out. Nuked from orbit, because that is the only way to be sure. When we are done, we want the Democrat Party terrified of even hinting at support for anything remotely like the socialism. This is a matter of either us and freedom winning, or us acquiescing to a jack-booted, lib-fascist future forever. We choose freedom.

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Kurt Schlichter was personally recruited to write conservative commentary by Andrew Breitbart. He is a retired Army Infantry colonel with a masters in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College. As an Army officer, he commanded a cavalry recon squadron, and served in Desert Storm and Kosovo. MORE

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The Democrat Party will now hate a Kennedy.

Bobby Kennedy Jr. Gives Historic Speech at Lincoln Memorial for 'March Against Vaccine Mandates and Medical Tyranny'Click on image

"We love the United States Constitution.  And we have witnessed over the past 20 months a coup d'état against democracy and the demolition, a controlled demolition of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights.  And starting with the censorship. 

James Madison, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson all said the same thing, we put freedom of speech in the first amendment because all of the other rights that we were trying to protect relied on that right.

The minute they hand you that vaccine passport every right that you have is transformed into a privilege, contingent upon your obedience to arbitrary government dictates."

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Redistricting: New maps will govern the Florida Legislature for the next decade.

The picture of Florida’s House district boundaries for the 2022 election came further into focus Friday, Jan.21. The House Legislative Redistricting Subcommittee advanced a map (H 8009) on a 13-7 vote, breaking down largely along party lines.

The House and Senate must agree on legislative maps but have historically deferred to one another to craft lines for their respective chambers. These maps are not subject to approval by the Governor.

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The Senate voted 34-3 (votes against from Democrats) to approve a new map (S 8058) for the state’s 40 Senate districts. Outside analysts predict the map most likely will leave the upper chamber of the Florida Legislature in GOP control after the November elections. State legislative maps produced by the Legislature, unlike a congressional map produced by the body, cannot be vetoed by the Governor.

 Senate President Wilton Simpson heaped praise on Ray Rodrigues, Senate Reapportionment Committee Chair and committee staff who drafted the final map. “You had a lot of integrity and continually produced a great product we’re going to vote on here today.”

More @ .by Jacob Ogles

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"I ran twice and we won twice."

Saturday Jan. 15: Speaking in front of a sea of supporters gathered at the Country Thunder festival grounds in Florence, Arizona, President Trump delivered what sounded like his first stump speech of a possible 2024 campaign.

Trump looked ahead to 2024 as well as this year's midterm elections - he predicted that "a great red wave is going to begin right here in Arizona" and vowed that "this is the year we take back the House, this is the year we take back the Senate" MORE

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Here in Volusia County, we need Poll Watchers so we too can help assure the integrity of the vote. We have a huge job in November making sure our great Governor DeSantis is re-elected and we will again need your help. 
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If you have any questions, please call or email me.

Tom Coriale 

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Last time this happened was 2010 & the Dems took a 'Shellacking'

. Jan. 25: House Democrat Exodus: Rep. Jim Cooper, 29th Democrat, Says He Won't Seek Reelection

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Rhode Island Congressman James Langevin (D) announced he won’t be running for reelection after 22 years in Congress. Also, Democrat Rep. Jerry McNerney (CA) announced he will not be seeking reelection this year.

The Jan.18 retirement announcements mean 28 incumbent Democrats won’t seek reelection in November.

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Democrats are facing a disturbing trend for the upcoming midterm congressional elections:

26 of their incumbents are retiring. 

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"Congressional Democrats cannot count on the bully pulpit to get things done because Biden short circuits pervasively. He’s frail, stupid, and too slow to be effective. That’s on top of rising inflation, a border crisis, and a supply chain crisis that’s now leaving grocery stores barren. Oh, and he didn’t shut down COVID.

His vaccine mandate got shredded by the Supreme Court, Build Back Better is six feet under, and this joke of an elections bill is dead, along with gutting the filibuster. (Manchin and Sinema doubled down on their filibuster positions. And they weren’t the only senators who were uneasy about this move. Biden’s unhinged speech in Georgia also didn’t help him. Politico)

Joe Biden is just a waste of space at this point. No one respects him, and no one fears him. His approval rating is in the low 30s. It would be best for Democrats to keep him in the cupboard since he’s a cancer to the party everywhere. He’s a failed president—and we’re not even a year into this administration." More

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"The Florida GOP notched another historic win by doubling the number of newly active registered voters in one month. According to the latest Florida Department of State, Division of Elections data, Florida Republicans have an advantage of 45,153 active registered voters who are showing their preference for conservative Republican principles. Under the leadership of Governor Ron DeSantis and state and local leaders, Florida will remain a free and open state" 

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"FLORIDA IS A FREE STATE"

"While so many around the country have consigned the people's rights to the graveyard, Florida has stood as freedom's vanguard. Florida has stood strong as The Rock of Freedom ... and it's upon this rock that we must build Florida's future"

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United States elections will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. During this midterm election year, all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 34 of the 100 seats in the Senate will be contested + 36 state gubernatorial elections and numerous other state / local elections.

We The People Must Win Big in 2022. 

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Volusia/Flagler send 'The Magnificent 7' to Tallahassee.

Seven lawmakers representing Volusia and Flagler counties are headed to Tallahassee on Tuesday to consider bills, hammer out a budget and shape state government over the next year. The four representatives and three senators representing the area are all Republicans.

Rep. Paul Renner*and Rep. Tom Leek, representing Volusia Co, are in high-ranking leadership roles. They will have a significant hand in what moves through the House. (*Renner will succeed current Speaker of the House Chris Sprowls after the 2022 legislative session)

Rep. Elizabeth Fetterhoff, who represents a district spanning DeLand and mainland Daytona Beach, is proposing to address a problem homeowners and home sellers are having with getting timely septic-system inspections.

"Right now there is a backlog of inspections, either because of manpower or COVID, so why not cut red tape by allowing a private provider to be hired at the cost of the homeowner?"

Rep. Webster Barnaby, R-Deltona, introduced legislation banning abortions when physicians can hear what Barnaby terms a "fetal heartbeat," usually around 6 weeks. Texas enacted a similar law last year. 

It's a fight Barnaby and other abortion opponents are primed to have as the U.S. Supreme Court reconsiders the 1973 Roe v. Wade precedent legalizing abortions.  

"I've been pro-life all of my political career and as an ordained minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, That's my stand and That's where I stand." 

Senators pitch sweeping, pro-business changes

Sen. Tom Wright, of New Smyrna Beach, represents southeast Volusia as well as northern Brevard County — the Space Coast.

He has proposed the bill with perhaps the snappiest title, the "Zero G, Zero Fee" act, which would exempt certain spaceport users from fees or charges while transporting a space vehicle or equipment.

Sen. Travis Hutson, of St. Augustine, has proposed a way to support businesses who've been harmed by local or county ordinances.

"We've seen local governments who want to ban sunscreen (for environmental purposes), or communities attempt to stop cruise ships from docking, or when a city dramatically reduces hours when a bar can operate."

Sen. Jason Brodeur, who represents Seminole County and a chunk of southwest Volusia, filed 34 bills as of Thursday, proposing, among other things:

  • requiring a state inventory of critical wetlands
  • barring foreign nationals from making political contributions
  • establishing "education recovery scholarship accounts" to help children who missed 10 or more days of public school
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"They are gonna take this .. and smear anyone who has ever supported Donald Trump"

In typical leftist form the J6 events are now being compared to the attack on Pearl Harbor and the September 11, 2021, terrorist attacks by the Biden administration.   However, before the day’s insufferable events began, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis was asked his opinion of what would take place.  DeSantis rightly noted this is Christmas Day for the DC system; they have been preparing for this day for almost a year.  WATCH:

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2022 - New Year - New Neighbors - New Political Landscape

2022 growth outlook: Volusia County BOOM

In 2022, the county is expected to see construction finally begin on the first phase of Avalon Park Daytona Beach, a 10,000-home community planned along the south side of State Road 40/West Granada Boulevard, a mile west of I-95, in Daytona Beach. While Avalon Park Daytona Beach is the biggest of the residential projects set to get underway in Volusia County in 2022, dozens more are already under construction or getting ready to break ground.

The county is also poised to see more big commercial projects, including a further build-out of the Portland Industrial Park along the east side of I-4 in Deltona, where Amazon opened a 1.4 million-square-foot distribution center in September 2020. The e-commerce giant plans to build a massive 2.8 million-square-foot distribution center just south of Daytona International Speedway and the main runway for Daytona Beach International Airport. The center is slated to create 1,000 full-time jobs.

The Southeast Volusia Manufacturing & Technology Coalition recently held a forum in New Smyrna Beach where a number of local experts including an official with Space Florida spoke about how that portion of the county could be primed to attract suppliers to the growing commercial space industry in neighboring Brevard County.

An Ohio developer recently broke ground on a new Veterans Affairs outpatient clinic on Williamson Boulevard, just south of Daytona State College's Advanced Technology College. The project is the latest addition to Daytona Beach's fast-growing LPGA area where developers are also planning new retail centers as well as more apartments and a rental home community called The Cottages at Daytona Beach.

Through the first three quarters of 2021, builders pulled a total of 3,350 building permits for new homes in Volusia County, a 33% increase compared to the 2,511 permits issued during the same time period the previous year.

One of the planned retail centers is Tymber Creek Village, which will be located across from the entrance to the Jimmy Buffett-themed Latitude Margaritaville 55-and-older community. Latitude Margaritaville led the way in new home construction for Volusia County in 2021 and is showing no signs of slowing down.

Daytona Beach-based ICI Homes also continues to build new homes both at its Plantation Bay community in north Voiusia County and south Flagler County, as well as its Woodhaven and Brown's Landing communities in Port Orange. ICI also recently began selling house lots at a new community across the street from Brown's Landing called The Estates at Brown's Landing.

"Florida's going to continue to grow. Sooner or later, rising (home) prices (and construction costs) will slow things down but not in 2022. There's a lot of projects that will be coming out of the ground in the New Year".. said G.G. Galloway, a commercial Realtor with Coldwell Banker Commercial Benchmark in Ormond Beach.

By Clayton Park - The Daytona Beach News-Journal

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4/20 thru 7/21 - The South picked up 959,222 new residents.

SourceThe Yankee Institute

  • The West gained 78,562 .. while the Northeast lost 449,310 residents and the Midwest declined 144,010.  
  • New York lost 365,336 people in total. California and Illinois also topped the lists for total population loss.

Texas (170,307) and Florida (220,890) had the greatest population increase from domestic migration. Both states have majority Republican leadership and have overtly refused draconian COVID measures.

According to Florida Economic Development Council, New Yorkers are moving to Florida because Florida’s schools have been open. Domestic migrants from other states note the lack of jobs, income, affordable housing, and restrictions throughout America’s Democratic-run cities are why so many people are choosing to make Florida their home.

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While 2020/21 is not the first year revealing a migratory shift away from typically Democratic-run areas, the latest data confirms how despite record-low polling data, rising crime, taxes, and inflation, Democrat Party politicians have yet to make any significant changes to their platforms to stop the rot.

The shift from blue states to red has caused some consternation amongst conservatives, who worry the migratory patterns will turn red states purple, or even blue, in the longer term.

Lots of new FL. Republican voters need to be registered .. Click to help

 

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