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The dystopian world-is-ending crowd had a heyday when President Trump kept his campaign promise to pull out of the accords and protect the American people. They really should have stayed on their meds.
Before we go through the very sound reasons for Trump pulling the U.S. out, it’s worth getting a sampling of just how fevered the reaction has been. Here are a few of the Chicken Little tweets following Trump’s announcement:
If you wish to know the details of House Bill 1628 (The America Health Care Act of 2017) that passed the US House of Representative on May 4th, go to the Congressional website link below for the “factual information”.
Gov. Rick Scott joined President Trump at the White House for the formal signing of the Veteran’s Choice Program Extension and Improvement Act. Scott joined several other officials in the Roosevelt Room for the signing, including Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs Executive Director Glenn Sutphin.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election and made some bold promises. This page will track his administration’s ability to live up to every single one of them.
Get to know our new Supreme Court Justice, Judge Neil Gorsuch! These handy highlights will familiarize you with Justice Gorsuch’s impressive credentials.
Did you know that the Florida Constitution of 1968 has a provision that is as unique to our State? It requires the creation of a Constitution Revision Commission (“CRC” or “the Commission”), to be held every 20 years, with the authority to propose revisions to the state’s Constitution.
Mike Gleim, 108th Precinct Committeeman, serving on the Marketing and PR sub-committees
At this point in time, I think it is unlikely that America is ready to once again elect a novice as President. However, I think they are eager to elect someone without obvious ties to the political establishment. Trump’s success so far, and Jeb Bush’s lack thereof, illustrates the second point. But Trump also illustrates the current value of novelty in politics (somewhat as Sarah Palin did in the 2008 election). I’m not sure which other candidates will be able to pick up on this, but if one is able to do so, he (or Carly) will likely be successful.