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What Cara Jennings and Black Lives Matter Protesters Don’t Get

| April 11, 2016

Progressive ideals and values are strong, they don’t need to be shouted or paired with epitaphs to pack a punch. Our jobs are already challenging, and you are making them worse, argues Catherine Durkin Robinson.

Scalia’s Last Laugh: The Battle Begins

| February 14, 2016

With roughly 11 months remaining in his term, Obama undoubtedly will nominate a replacement for Antonin Scalia. Anyone he names will surely be more liberal than Scalia, and anyone he names will tip the balance of the court.

Drawing Mixed Response, Jeb Bush Says He Will “Actively Explore” Running For President in 2016

| December 16, 2014

Bush, 61, made the announcement a day after giving a commencement address at the University of South Carolina — a state that plays a major role in Republican primaries. If he ultimately decides to run, Bush would seek to follow his father and brother into the White House.

The IRS’ Nonprofit Dysfunctions: A Problem Deeper Than Conservative Targeting

| May 19, 2013

The IRS division responsible for flagging Tea Party groups has long been an agency afterthought, beset by mismanagement, financial constraints and an unwillingness to spell out just what it expects from social welfare nonprofits, former officials and experts say.

Florida Speaker Weatherford’s Homeschool Blinders to the Poor and Uninsured

| March 25, 2013

Rather than worship his homeschooling past, what Will Weatherford needs to be wondering is what Florida will be like if its 4 million uninsured citizens continue to go without health coverage, argues Rhonda Swan.

Rick Santorum: Facts, Legends and Phobias

| February 13, 2012

Rick Santorum’s win in Iowa and his three wins in Missouri, Colorado and Minnesota have vaulted him from obscurity to presidential contender. So who is this darling of the evangelical movement?

Charles Canady and Ricky Polston, Florida Supreme Court’s Scalia-Thomas Duo

| December 1, 2011

The Florida Supreme Court in recent months has split by a 5-2 margin on a series of cases, with Chief Justice Charles Canady and Justice Ricky Polston siding together and offering conservative — and sometimes-stinging — dissents.

Palm Coast Group Nails Historic Marker on Church-State Wall

| May 7, 2010

The first-ever Day of Inclusivity was held at Palm Coast’s Heroes Park under the umbrella of Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

The Liberation of Charlie Crist

| April 29, 2010

Charlie Crist, never foreign to transgression, transgressed what’s left of the Republican Party, which has no room for moderates.

US To Florida: Health Care Opt-Out Is Not an Option

| April 26, 2010

Hours after the Legislature voted on party lines to “opt out” of the new federal health law, the Obama administration said that will not be permitted.

Festive Fears and Cheers at Tea Party Rally

| April 15, 2010

Palm Coast’s Tea Party movement brandished its message in a Tax Day rally in the heart of town Thursday, and in an atmosphere more festive than furious.

Rockwell Meets Rubio: A Tea Party Photo Gallery

| April 15, 2010

Norman Rockwell reckognized a compelling subject when he saw one. Chances are he’d have recognized an equally worthy subject in the Tea Party movement, whatever its stripes.

Lawrence: Flagler Tea Party’s Four Values–and Aims

| April 15, 2010

Tom Lawrence, chairman of Palm Coast’s Tea Party movement, sums up the 4 values of the movement as it conceives itself locally, and its aims in the next six months.

Call Me a Tea Party Fan

| April 15, 2010

Maybe not a fan of the tea partiers’ ideas. But definitely a fan of their sincerity and, yes, eloquence. Let’s bust some stereotypes.

Conklin to Crist: Children Are More Than Test Scores

| April 11, 2010

Flagler School Board member Colleen Conklin urges Gov. Charlie Crist to veto Senate Bill 6, which she terms “political” and “inappropriate” for children’s education.

Stolz to Crist: I Am Tired of Teachers

| April 11, 2010

Peter Stolz, a former teacher from Palm Coast, urges Gov. Charlie Crist to sign Senate Bill 6 into law.

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