Incoming Senate President Negron’s Gutsy Water Plan Has Merits

Incoming Senate President Negron’s Gutsy Water Plan Has Merits Aug 28, 2016 by Paula Dockery Before the Zika virus dominated the national news about Florida, the bluish-green algae on Florida’s Suncoast did. The algae formed after massive releases of nutrient-laden

Solar: ‘Yes’ in August — but ‘no’ in November

Solar: ‘Yes’ in August — but ‘No’ in November Aug 11, 2016 by Paula Dockery Solar-energy supporters are confused. They know a bad constitutional amendment, sponsored by the utilities, is coming. They also know that it’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing

Not All Bernie Supporters Are the Same

Not All Bernie Supporters Are the Same Jul 30, 2016 by Paula Dockery As I’ve been watching this bizarre presidential campaign for the past year, I’ve been particularly fascinated with the Sanders campaign and how U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has

Presidential Primary Process Needs to Change

Presidential Primary Process Needs Change Jul 24, 2016 by Paula Dockery The presidential campaigning has gone on for over a year and we’re just now getting to the official nomination of candidates for the two major parties. Many voters already

Hey, Cable News, There’s Some Good News to Report

Hey, Cable News, There’s Some Good News to Report Jul 17, 2016 by Paula Dockery The three main cable news networks have a few things in common: their main concern is ratings, they try to entertain rather than provide objective

Benghazi as a Political Weapon

Benghazi as a Political Weapon Jul 3, 2016 by Paula Dockery On September 11, 2012—the 11th anniversary of the 911 attacks on American soil—terrorists struck again, this time away from the homeland but on U.S. property. In Benghazi, four brave

How America Reacts When an Enemy Attacks

How America Reacts When an Enemy Attacks Jun 19, 2016 by Paula Dockery In the wee hours of June 12, a horrific attack took place in Florida. As most of us woke up that Sunday morning, we learned of the

How America Reacts When An Enemy Attacks

How America Reacts When An Enemy Attacks June 19, 2016, by Paula Dockery In the wee hours of June 12, a horrific attack took place in Florida. As most of us woke up that Sunday morning, we learned of the

New Year’s Resolutions for the florida legislature

New Year’s Resolutions for the Florida Legislature Jan 1, 2016 by Paula Dockery   As 2015 comes to an end, Floridians sadly look back over a less than stellar performance by our Legislature. The regular session ended without a budget

Legislators Rob Public Schools to Fund Private Charters

Paula Dockery

“The state is dictating not only how any state dollars are used but also how local tax dollars are used.” LWVF Board Member Paula Dockery explains how the Legislature is stealing from the public schools system to pay for private

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