Sadly, most Floridians pay little attention to the judges up for retention which is why they normally are retained with 65 – 75% of the vote. This must stop, we need a network of attorneys statewide to be constitutional watchdogs in the courts by reporting on how the judges rule on various issues before them, and we the people need to educate ourselves and cast out the judges who view our constitution as “a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please.” (Jefferson) For more info and judicial recommendations for the Florida Supreme Court and 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, & 5th District Court of Appeals
Category Archive: Indian River County
See Florida’s Next Senator, Marco Rubio, in Port Saint Lucie Today!
October 21, 2010 at 1:45 p.m.
PGA Country Club, east of I-95, exit 121
951 SW Country Club Drive
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 (in Saint Lucie West)
Florida and Local Christian Coalition Voter Guides are Ready for Distribution!
State and Local Christian Coalition Voter Guides are Ready for Distribution!
Distributing Voter Guides in Churches is Legal!
Statewide Guide for Judges, Constitutional Amendments, and Federal, State, and Some Local Races
Upcoming ProLife Events
Several of you have asked me to write recommendations for the proposed state constitutional amendments and non binding referendum. I’ll give my recommendations first. If you don’t wish to or don’t have time to read my rationale on each, you don’t need to. I have provided my rationale below however along with links to the actual text that will go into the constitution if approved by 60% of the voters. Finally, I have included a link to a sermon I preached this past Sunday where I applied Biblical principles to the proposed constitutional amendments. Look for judges recommendations Sunday.
Local 2010 General Election Voter Guides for Saint Lucie County are ready for distribution!
Visit http://www.flvotesvalues.com/voter_guides/fl/st_lucie_county/2010-slc-fl-general-voter-guide.pdf to download and print the voter guide. When viewing online, you can also click on each candidate’s answers to see his/her complete questionnaire. Please print the voter guides and pass them out to your friends, family, and neighbors; ask your pastor and church leadership to pass out the voter guides at church; and let me know if your church is passing out the voter guides by commenting on this message.
ELECTION ALERT: THIS IS THE LAST WEEKEND TO REGISTER VOTERS
Time is running out to register voters for the General Election. To vote in the November 2nd election, a person must be registered by October 4th, and churches can legally register their members to vote and preach on Biblical principles as the apply to government.
With the potential for many Florida races to be decided by only a few votes, YOU can make a difference by organizing a voter registration drive in your church! This is an important election. Will we elect a new Governor and U.S. Senator in Florida who hold pro-life and pro-family convictions–or not?
What: Indian River Tea Party Hosts Vero Beach City Council Candidate Forum
Where: Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center, 1707 16th Street, Vero Beach, FL
Date: Tuesday, October 12th
Time: 6:30 PM
Are you as tired as I am at seeing liberal candidates whose policies are destroying our cities, counties, states, and nation get elected? Are you tired of seeing your God given rights trampled? Are you tired of seeing good, conservative candidates and the values we hold dear lose? Then, you must turn off the TV, get off of your couch, and join me in campaigning for conservative candidates. I’ll tell you how you can be involved below, but first
The Indian River Tea Party has hosted forums for County Commission, School Board, and State Rep District 80 and 29. If you live in Indian River County and haven’t yet voted, you may find these forums helpful in determining where the candidates stand on the issues.
We hope you will take advantage of the following interviews and forums to help residents cast an informed vote…
From the founding of our country, until the 1960s, the Bible, prayer, and the Ten Commandments played a significant role in our public school system. In the 1960s, the biggest problems schools faces were talking in class, chewing gum, and truancy. Today, our schools deal with drug and alcohol abuse, rampant sexual promiscuity (and the pregnancy, STIs – Sexually Transmitted Infections, and abortion that comes with such behavior), and violence, including rape, gang activity, and even mass murder.