Candidate Announces Run For Non-Mayor And Withdraws His “Free Ponies” Promise

(Editor’s note: This weekly blog received the following press release from me earlier this week. Yeh, I know, it’s confusing to me too.)

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Move Over Cheers! There’s A Fun Bar In Town With Eclectic Regulars And Homey Ambience

PJD, second from right, and a group of regulars.

Beginning about eight years ago every Wednesday evening I would meet four friends at the North 2nd Street Crab Trap’s cozy downstairs bar for “Wing Night”from 5-7 pm.

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News Leader “Lunatic Fringe” Flourishing

When I was a newspaper reporter for the Binghamton Sunday & Evening Press and Tampa Tribune in the 1960’s and 1970’s people who wrote letters to the editor had to take time to type or handwrite their comments, address an envelope, buy a stamp and then mail us their opinions.

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Americans Are Tiring of Being Called Names; “The Squad” Succeeding In Destroying Dems

Last Saturday, July 20, Peggy Noonan devoted her weekly Wall Street Journal opinion column to America’s need to rediscover tact, citing Democrat NY Governor Mario Cuomo’s “rubbing their noses in it” act of lighting up New York City skyline landmarks in pink following his Democrat controlled state legislature passing one of the country’s most pro-abortion laws, Nike’s decision to pull its Betsy Ross American flag sneakers off the shelves, and other not so subtle acts.

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Amelia Island Executive, Author Deb Boelkes Is Never Reluctant To Express Her Opinions

I first met Amelia Island resident Deb Boelkes when I was invited to attend one of her “We the People” sessions to hear a Heritage Foundation guest speaker. I was impressed.

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