John McCain needed to hit a home run at last night's debate. He failed to do so and gave us one of the dullest debates in recent memory. Found myself wishing that there was a baseball or football game on the television. Had to kept switching over to the Food Channel instead. The Town Hall format [...]
Rep. Clay Ford called the office to say that he was totally unaware of the push poll against Lumon May and is trying to find out who is behind it. "I've a call into the party now," said Ford. "If they are behind it, I will get it stopped." Ford talked about Willie Junior and the fact as head [...]
We have gotten several phone calls about a "push" poll that is being run against Democrat Lumon May in his race against incumbent Clay Ford for Florida House District 3. The caller calls the voter and asks who they are voting for in the race. When the voter says Lumon May, the caller then asks [...]
The St. Pete Times reports on the big attacks made against Obama and McCain by their opponents. McCain-Palin attack: Obama's relationship with William Ayers, a onetime member of the Weather Underground, a leftist fringe of the 1960s antiwar movement that was responsible for bombings at several [...]
Sarah Palin is barnstorming the state and will be Pensacola some time between 1-2:30 p.m. Sun-Sentinel reports Sarah Palin wows 1,000 at private party in Boca Raton. Sarasota Herald Tribunel reports she was in full attack mode before thousands of supporters in Clearwater ( Palin warns: It may [...]
MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program on Tuesday, October 7, will feature a segment on the current financial crisis as it affects the healthcare industry. Quint Studer, founder and CEO of Studer Group will be interviewed between 6:30am – 7:00am on the program.
The 2 p.m. session is open to everyone: The Jacksonville Story: A presentation of the history and current state of consolidated government in Jacksonville - Duval County. Wednesday, October 8, 2008 Featuring: Mr. Ed Austin, former mayor and general counsel of Jacksonville Michael [...]
Gannett, owner of the Pensacola News Journal, is getting in live webcasting of high school sports according to the Gannett Blog. Extending its live webcasting experiments, Gannett has launched a new high school sports network, featuring six or more games from across the country beamed on the [...]
McCain campaign is now saying Obama is unfit to be president and nominate U.S. Supreme Court judges because of his past associations - some aren't as close as the GOP insist - to Antoin Rezko, Bill Ayers and Jeremiah A. Wright. The ads are running in Ohio, Michigan and nationally on FoxNews. Are [...]
"McCain reported to Pensacola in August 1958, having graduated 894th in a class of 899. He was raffish and rebellious, more interested in history than engineering. He elected aviation, something his father, a rising naval officer, had not. But the younger McCain seemed more drawn to image than [...]
The Houston Chronicle interviewed interim Pensacola City Manager Al Coby and Biloxi Mayor A.J. Holloway on advice on how to rebuild Galveston, Tex. after Hurricane Ike. Read more.
The demand for tickets have been so strong that Sarah Palin stay in Pensacola long enough to address the faithful from the Pensacola Civic Center, which can hold around 10,000.