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City of St. Augustine Anchoring Ordinance Proposes Ten-Day Limit:

City of St. Augustine Anchoring Ordinance Proposes Ten-Day Limit: Boaters Must Speak Out Now Comment Deadline: November 6  – As part of Florida’s recreational boat mooring and anchoring pilot program, the City of St. Augustine has submitted a proposed anchoring ordinance to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission that limits anchoring within city limits to [...]


Please join us for a joint meeting with the Florida Green Building Coalition.  This week’s topic “WATER IN A SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY” will be presented by Deirdre Irwin of the St Johns River Water Management District, Thursday, October 20th at 4pm. Deirdre Irwin is the St Johns River Water Management District coordinator for the Florida Water Star program. In this presentation [...]

Florida Man Arrested on Charges of Selling Stolen Art

Florida Man Arrested on Charges of Selling Stolen Art and Selling Forged Paintings for Millions of Dollars A Florida man was arrested this morning pursuant to a federal indictment that alleges he sold paintings stolen from a Los Angeles art gallery, and that he had sold forged artworks to a collector with false claims that [...]

Can Rick Perry Recover From Crushing Florida Straw Poll Defeat?

This may be the beginning of the end for Rick Perry’s hopes of winning the Republican nomination for president.

Wasserman-Schultz’s New Hypocritical Tone of Civility

Once again, Debbie takes evasive action to keep from answering tough questions regarding her support for President Obama’s liberal and anti-American policies. Earlier today, Debbie made an apperance on Fox News (VIDEO) and refused to give her position on the coments made by Jimmy Hoffa Jr. during a Teamsters rally. During the rally Hoffa Jr, said,” Let’s take these Son [...]

Libertarian Chairman to Challenge REAL ID in Court Wednesday

Libertarian Chairman to Challenge REAL ID in Court Wednesday September 6, 2011 CLEARWATER, FLORIDA – The State of Florida will be facing a legal challenge to the new driver’s license requirements as mandated by the Department of Homeland Security under the REAL ID Act.  Libertarian Party of Florida Chairman and syndicated radio talk host Adrian Wyllie [...]

Elon University Senior Gabrielle Dean and St. Augustine Native Awarded Fulbright Grant

Elon University senior Gabrielle Dean has been awarded a Fulbright grant that will fund a year of teaching in Taiwan. Dean was one of three Elon seniors awarded a Fulbright this spring, the largest number of students in university history to receive the honor in the same academic year. For Dean, a media arts & [...]

Ambassador Philip Kapneck Works Tirelessly For The People

“I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them.” Thomas Jefferson Hardworking people that are working for the people try to cut cost anyway that they can to help decrease America`s budget deficit and create jobs for [...]

Rep. Ryan’s Proposal Might be First Step in Budget Compromise

I have to say, even though there are plenty of things in Congressman Ryan’s new budget proposal that I do not agree with, I am encouraged by his effort to draft a tangible response to the new health care law – something that no one else has done to my knowledge. The only thing Republicans [...]

New Esoteric Dialogue Web Comic Launch!

This week, Two Tone Comics released the first full-paged strip in its brand new online comic series, Esoteric Dialogue. Inspired by an eclectic blend of perspectives on matters of society, religion, history, philosophy and art, Esoteric Dialogue explores worldviews based outside of monopolistic networks and often finds itself within some conspiratorial absurdism. Currently, the series [...]