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.
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.
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.
In January 2008 there were 627,000 Americans applying for unemployment benefits on a weekly basis. The country was on the verge of a crash and economy was collapsing. Major industries in the country were bankrupted. The banking industry and Wall Street were losing billions of dollars a day, the unemployment rate was at double digits, and no one had an answer or a solution to this crisis.