Added by Babs Jordan on October 31, 2021 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Tomorrow morning, September 28th, 2021 @ 10AM, the Duval County School Board will be holding an emergency special meeting to discuss the recent new rule from the Florida Dept. of Health; Emergency Rule 64DER21-15, which empowers families to decide which protocols to implement if their healthy child has had exposure to COVID-19. This meeting will also discuss DCPS response to the…Continue
Come to the FCTP website home page to view the Cyber Symposium at FrankSpeech.com. A powerful video by Colonel Phil Waldron, US Army (retired) is also available. A must see! Only publicly known information is asked to get in. Email address and phone number. You can create an account, but it's not necessary to view the videos.
For those of you that didn't have a chance to see why every state needs to do an audit, go to his website and see the data provided by the experts. Peruse…Continue
Added by Babs Jordan on September 5, 2021 at 11:00am — No Comments
Added by jeffrey lynam on August 23, 2021 at 7:19am — No Comments
Received from our Wild Apricot friends and passing on...
The Duval County School Board has called an EMERGENCY Board Meeting Monday, August 23 at 2:00pm to consider MANDATORY MASKS for all students in defiance of Governor DeSantis Executive Order! The pro-mask & vaccine crazies will be there in force - WE MUST SHOW UP!!
There will be an emergency school board meeting tomorrow at 2:00 PM in the Cline Auditorium at the school board…Continue
There are 3 Town Hall meetings this week regarding the gas tax. Each are being hosted by City Council members who SUPPORT the gas tax. This is your opportunity to attend and speak directly to these City Council members about your concerns. If you attend by Zoom, you may see several people, however, the majority are staff. You can no longer…Continue
Added by Babs Jordan on May 16, 2021 at 2:49pm — No Comments
Sorry such short notice on today's meeting. There are two upcoming meetings....
If you oppose this gas tax, NOW is the time to let council members know. You can do it one of several ways. You can call, email, attend a city council meeting and fill out a public comment card to voice your opposition in person, and you can attend via Zoom and speak to the members just as you would in person.
Below are council members email addresses and phone numbers. I encourage you to…Continue
Added by Babs Jordan on April 29, 2021 at 5:05am — No Comments
Will we let the NCAA and the Cancel Culture mob be louder than us? So far they have been! ROAD TRIP!!!! #SaveGirlsSports
LET'S ROLL!!! Grab a friend or five and head to Tallahassee on the 20th!
Message from the supporters with minor edits:
The Girl's Sports House Bill 1475 has PASSED! But it's not time to celebrate YET – the Senate companion Bill SB 2012 was postponed on Wednesday in the Senate Rules Committee as they are receiving a LOT of pressure from the…
Added by Babs Jordan on April 18, 2021 at 5:30am — No Comments
Added by Babs Jordan on April 13, 2021 at 11:43am — No Comments
By now, millions know the story of Selina Soule, the high school track star from Connecticut who missed qualifying for the New England track and field regionals by two spots in her top event. Those two spots were taken by biological boys who identify as girls.
Well, we’re not having it in Florida!! There are bills moving…
Added by Babs Jordan on March 28, 2021 at 7:38am — No Comments
Please see the NRA's update on this RWCDF Legislative Priorities. Our President Esther Byrd will be in Tallahassee on Friday for the debate and final vote in the Florida House. She invites anyone interested to come over. You can also watch it live on the Florida channel.org. Please take a few minutes to make your voice heard on this important bill.
DATE: March 22,…
Added by Babs Jordan on March 22, 2021 at 4:50pm — No Comments
A big thank you to Emily Nunez for this information:
Jacksonville City Council has a KEY VOTE on Tuesday, March 23rd.Republican Councilman Rory Diamond has the NOPE (No Obligatory Pay Enlargements) Bill (2020-074) to stop automatic pay increases for politicians and require separate public votes if the Council tries to increase its own salary. NOTE: The Democratic opposition has a sneaky amendment they are pushing that KILLS the Bill. Don't let them confuse you, we need the…Continue
Added by Babs Jordan on October 16, 2020 at 5:30am — No Comments
Sorry, I know you could have used this information yesterday...
Here are the Republicans on City Council that should be voting with their party for the good of our City. Below the list are their email addresses to copy and paste to let them know how excited you are that they have the opportunity to represent you by voting in a conservative leader who shares our values, which is why you voted for…Continue
Added by Babs Jordan on May 26, 2020 at 6:52am — No Comments
Should Mayor Curry be endorsing a Liberal over a Conservative for City Council President? If you're a conservative, you know Hazouri is NOT the right choice for this city, yet if City Council doesn't hear from us he will likely be the next City Council President and control the direction for his tenure! Our Republican Mayor continually cozies up to the Liberal candidates. Hard to imagine?…Continue
We are asking you to contact your Florida State Legistators and Gov. DeSantis. Urge them to open our state!!
Governor Ron DeSantis email: Ron.DeSantis@eog.myflorida.com
Email list State Senators and Representatives:…
Added by Babs Jordan on April 20, 2020 at 5:32pm — No Comments
We spent last week wondering if we would be hit by Hurricane Dorian. Thankfully we were spared. However, the Bahamas were not so lucky. I am sure you have seen the devastation there.
My daughter has a friend (a nurse) who is arranging multiple trips to the area and will be collecting supplies to take to those areas. If you would like to help, we will collect things at…Continue
JACKSONVILLE ACTION ALERT:
Duval Public Library to Host Local Adult Entertainer for a Drag Queen Story Hour Type Event for Teenage Children this Friday
Federal judge orders bilingual ballots for Florida counties, including Lake and Brevard
- By Steven Lemongello 11 April 2019
"The order by U.S. District Judge Mark Walker comes in response to a lawsuit by LatinoJustice and other organizations that claimed as many as 30,000 Puerto Ricans were having their rights violated by counties not providing bilingual ballot access. The order grants a preliminary injunction that requires Florida Secretary of State Laurel Lee and the 32…Continue
Added by Vicky King on May 11, 2019 at 9:26am — No Comments