Last week there was a three day education summit called by Governor Scott, and he failed to show up for the event. I don’t know the reason his schedule could not fit two hours to explain the significance of the summit, but he was a no-show. I could surmise from his behavior that the summit was not important to him, or maybe he does not care, because he is going to do what he wants to do.
We have heard this before but never before, at least not in my lifetime, has the reality of this sage warning been more glaring. Our country, the good, old U.S. of A is being held hostage in plain sight of The People, a constantly-attempted coup working against the will of the electorate. Democracy has been turned on its head by a malcontented, unpatriotic few doing all they can to hijack the country.
talhua Pazy Paladino, Candidate for Orange County Commissioner District 6, submitted this obversation of Orlando's Mayor Buddy Dyer.
Tonight "NotMyBuddy" ran out on the community update on the Citrus Bowl Reconstruction stating he was "triple booked" and had to get to another event. I wondered what could possibly be more important than a $191 million dollar facelift for a 70 year old sporting stadium? A $429 million dollar performing arts center? A $85 million dollar Major Leauge Soccer stadium? Maybe a meeting on the Magic Junk Bonds?
Former United Nations ambassador, Susan Rice has started in her new job as national-security advisor, and she is a testimony of African Americans having the most powerful positions in the world. As the national-security advisor everyday she is talking to the national security apparatus, which includes the FBI, CIA, State, Defense, and any other agencies that have a stake in a particular problem or crisis.
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