With some vote-by-mail ballots still to be counted, Republican Jason Mariner has handily won. At press time, Democrats Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick and Dale Holness are too close to call and will trigger an automatic recount and potentially a run-off vote. The… Read More ›
Tomorrow, November 2, 2021, Florida Congressional District 20 Democratic and Republican voters will decide who will face Libertarian Party candidate, Mike ter Maat, in the January 11, 2022, special general election. The special election is because the former District 20… Read More ›
During a time when apparently more people are getting nude during the novel Coronavirus, we thought we’d delve into the world of the nude lifestyle, or what many call family-friendly clothing optional recreation. There is the World Naked Gardening Day held each May and there are many naked bike ride and running events held around the United States each year. So Americans seem to be getting more comfortable sans clothing. We even watch popular national television shows such as Naked and Afraid and Dating Naked and Buying Naked.
Tallahassee, Fla — Yesterday, August 30, 2016, Libertarian voters in Florida went to vote for their U.S. Senate candidate and a few had some issues. It was the first U.S. Senate primary for Libertarians in Florida, though it is more… Read More ›
Today, May 2, 2014, gun rights advocacy group, Florida Carry filed two lawsuits for blatant violations of Florida’s law that preempts local gun control. Joined by the Second Amendment Foundation, the first case filed is against the City of Tallahassee…. Read More ›