by Roger Caldwell Since Governor Scott has taken office in 2010, the state unemployment numbers have dropped from 11.1 % to 6.7%, and there has been 440,000 private sector jobs created. Based on our governor's numbers the good times are here again in Florida. It would appear that the recession is over, jobs are plentiful and the middle class is booming.
by Roger Caldwell Enterprise Florida Inc. is a public-private partnership that serves as Florida’s primary organization to provide statewide economic development. Its mission is to facilitate job growth for Florida’s businesses and citizens leading to a vibrant statewide economy.
The Chairman of the Board is Governor Scott and there is no transparency and accountability with the citizens of the state.
The Tale of the Small Businessman Posted on July 26, 2013
I am neither Democrat nor Republican. I am neither conservative nor liberal. I am, however, uniquely American. I see that not one of the potential candidates from either party has expressly made a policy statement/commitment to the small business owner and small businesses here in this country as of this date.
National Bar Association Hypocrisy: Your pro-boycott position would be more credible if you had cancelled your convention.
As I write this entry here on Constitutionally-Speaking.com, the National Bar Association (“NBA”), the oldest and largest association of African-American attorneys and judges in the United States is having their convention in Miami Florida. The NBA was established in 1925 as the “Negro Bar Association.”
I was out with my wife running errands the other day and the radio was on. I find myself flipping through stations listening for anything interesting. It seems to me that the radio stations that play music, be it secular or otherwise, have a play list with only a few pieces on it and those songs play over and over all day long. After I have heard a piece of music for the second time while on one errand, I start hunting for a new station.