Fraud Trial of Former Jacksonville City Council Members Underway

The trial of two former Jacksonville City Council Members is now underway, and the stakes could not be higher. Reggie Brown and Katrina Brown, no relation, are facing dozens ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Prompts Fresh Eye Rolls With Latest Comments, This Time About ‘Poor Kids’

Democratic presidential frontrunner Joe Biden is finding new ways to make Democrat voters anxious to topple Trump in the 2020 election uncomfortable. Barely a month since the former ... Continue Reading →

Stacey Abrams Not Running For U.S. Senate

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams says she will not run for the U.S. Senate next year, likely causing the current seat holder, Republican David Perdue, a devout ... Continue Reading →

Joe Biden Jumps In, Begins To Pull Away Early In Dem Nomination Race?

Former Vice President Joe Biden finally jumped into the 2020 race to be the next POTUS, and immediately caught the current Prez’s attention–and is starting to pull ... Continue Reading →

Former Vice President Joe Biden To Announce Presidential Bid On Thursday

Former Vice President Joe Biden will announce his plan to run for President on Thursday, according to news reports. Biden, 76, plans to announce his intentions via an online ... Continue Reading →

Florida Legislators Trying To Define ‘Murder’ In Amendment 4 Hearings

In yet another sign that Florida legislators should leave Amendment 4 alone, a new debate in Tallahassee has emerged over what “murder” means. The amendment granted ... Continue Reading →

Uncertainty Follows Judge’s Ruling Striking Down Obamacare

After a federal judge in Texas ruled Obamacare or the Affordable Care Act (ACA)–the nation’s health law that was passed by a Democratic-controlled Congress and President ... Continue Reading →

Andrew Gillum Touted As Prospective 2020 VP Nominee

He barely lost last month’s emotional, supercharged Florida gubernatorial campaign, but Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum might be staring at a serious silver lining: ... Continue Reading →

Marcia Fudge Campaigning To Become First African-American Speaker Of The House?

Democratic Ohio Rep. Marcia Fudge is in the news because, reportedly, she is considering launching a bid to become the nation’s first-ever African-American Speaker Of The ... Continue Reading →

Stacey Abrams Trails Slightly In Georgia Race Rife With Voter Suppression Accusations: Runoff May Be Coming

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams trails Republican Brian Kemp by about 75,000 votes out of nearly 4 million total votes cast. In a speech last night, ... Continue Reading →

Democrats Say ‘Checkmate’, Reassume Control Of The House Of Representatives In Stunning Wave Election

In a stunning rebuke to President Trump and his Republican followers in Congress, Democrats nationwide sent incumbents and would-be GOP officeholders packing, rolling along in ... Continue Reading →

History DEFERRED: Andrew Gillum Falls Short In Quest To Become Florida’s First Black Governor, But Promises To “Keep Fighting”

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum fell short in his bid to become the first-ever African-American governor of Florida. Although Gillum, a Democrat, lead much of the early vote ... Continue Reading →

Oprah Campaigns For Stacey Abrams In Georgia

Media titan Oprah Winfrey came through Georgia on Thursday to campaign for Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams, who is seeking to become the nation’s first African ... Continue Reading →

Oprah To Campaign Door-To-Door For Stacey Abrams

Democratic Georgia gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams is running a tough campaign against Republican Brian Kemp and she just got a huge co-sign from a big-time name: Billionaire ... Continue Reading →

Reminder: Vote YES On Amendment 4

Early voting is now underway in Florida. Voters are heading to the polls to cast ballots in local, state, and federal races. Floridians also have a number of amendments to consider ... Continue Reading →