Typically, I do not vote for the professional politicians. If you live the lifestyle of a politician for too long, how can you still relate to the “common” folk?
Tag Archive: politics
Jonathan Petree, who is running for the Nassau County School Board from District 5, is in a tightly contested race and needs your vote.
Chamber Directors asked Nassau County’s elected officials to honor the peer whom they felt exemplified the best in elected leadership.
The poll is centered around Nassau County races and those races which span into multiple counties.
Hickox, who filed in June of last year, has officially qualified via the petition process by collecting the required 497 signatures.
Just when we thought the Main Beach dumpster issue had been resolved in Fernandina, we discover we were wrong.
A Rant or Rave on Jacksonville.com about socialism as an alternative made me take off my rose colored glasses
More regulations puts consumer between a rock of extra fees and a hard place of rising taxes to pay for a growing government.
Faith that the system worked, that the Democrats and Republicans chose the best among them as candidates to lead us.
It boils down to those who believe in governing themselves, and those who believe the masses must be governed.
The Ninety-Nine Percent have watched helplessly as you’ve shipped our jobs overseas and debased our currency to enrich your pockets.
There are two meetings of interest on December 20th in Fernandina Beach; both will be held at City Hall on Ash Street
Denise Grimsley has distinguished herself as one who truly takes the time to learn the issues.
There are only two ways to be perceived as credible. To be credible or to say something that is perceived as going against your own self-interest.
As Washington takes the richest city crown from Silicon Valley, historians warn about the dangers of centrally controlled economies.