2018 Posts

Holy Moley! Things Just Keep Getting Better

(Editor’s note: This commentary will take time off during the holidays to spend more time with family and friends. I’d like to thank all of you who have read this blog the past five years and particularly to those who take time to comment, whether you agree or disagree. I hope all of you have a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year. I will resume Friday, January 4. If you have an issue you think I should explore please do not hesitate to contact me at    

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Florida’s Tory Past, Olive Trees & An Election

Although Florida’s role in the American Revolution is one of the most unusual stories about that conflict, it’s one not recorded in history books or told in classrooms.

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Florida’s Most Laughable, Bungling Groups: The Democrat Party & Jacksonville’s Jaguars

Other than the Democrats in Palm Beach and Broward Counties is there an organization in Florida that is more dismal, inept, disreputable or ridiculous than the miserable Jacksonville Jaguars football team that last Sunday lost its seventh consecutive game to the NFL’s lowest scoring lineup?

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President Trump Emulates Calvin Coolidge Making The Business of America Business

(Editor’s note: Guest editorial writer Pat Keogh is an entrepreneur, businessman, lawyer and investor who owns restaurants and other properties in Fernandina Beach but fled the city in 2016  for Austin, Texas due to the outrageous city fees, taxes and bureaucracy.“When the rest of the universe is trying to make it easier for business, Fernandina Beach is trying to squelch it,” said Keogh before taking his capital and leaving to invest it in Texas. He has since purchased a new home on Amelia Island, and intentionally avoided buying in the Fernandina Beach city limits for the reasons stated.)

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Florida Residents Feeling Financial Impact Generated By The Illegal Alien Invasion

Illegal aliens cost American taxpayers a staggering $134.9 billion annually, according to a detailed analysis of federal, state and local programs that include education, medical care, law enforcement, and welfare. U.S. citizens, particularly those of us in Nassau County, are on the hook for that tab. And it’s only going to get worse.

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