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“A REPUBLIC… IF YOU CAN KEEP IT.” Benjamin Franklin recognized that a government controlled by the people could easily fall apart. This appears to be happening now. However, the coming election provides us hope to join with liberty loving Americans who stand for our founding principles, beginning with “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” Americans were furious for having been lied to in the 2008 campaign.

HAVING BEEN ASSURED OF “TRANSPARENT GOVERNMENT” AND “DOING WHAT WORKS,” among other pipe dreams, the Obama administration quickly passed the $787 billion “Stimulus Package,” while defunding the $18 million DC Opportunity Scholarship Program that provided scholarships to 2,000 students from low-income families to attend private school. Americans in 2009 quickly earned the name TEA Party Movement, based on both “Taxed Enough Already” and the “Boston Tea Party” of 1773, which helped spark the American Revolution.

OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS THE TEA PARTY GREW large and strong enough to prevent the Obama Administration from winning re-election. This brought out the IRS in 2012 to silence over 400 TEA Party groups –some small and some very large! This is how the Progressive Deep State won in 2012, and expected to win again in 2016. Thankfully, enough Americans had their hearts and minds properly focused in 2016 to avoid a dangerous coup, no less so than any other time in history!

NOW THAT PROGRESSIVES HAVE EXPOSED THEMSELVES by siding with horrific lawbreakers, it should be easy for voters to carefully choose their vote and influence to be dedicated to the “unalienable” Rights of all Americans. We must not allow propaganda media to mislead us.

PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP appears to be super human to have accomplished anything, based on the non-stop attacks from all sides. He won in 2016, over power hungry bureaucrats, thanks to voters who saw him as truly representing the American People. He is the first to call on Congress to pass School Choice legislation as a Civil Right, and has identified public employee unions for standing in the way. Taxpayers are now paying heavy billions to fund schools that are substandard, even “dangerous.” The President also made giant strides for the economy, employment, national defense and peace in the Middle East. Those candidates who will not support President Trump are likely supporting the Progressive Deep State, which now controls most of government. They need to be stopped now!

NOW THAT WE HAVE OUR OWN MEANS OF COMMUNICATION, we can join with fellow Americans willing to place unity over division and principle over party, and restore government “of the people, by the people and for the people,” by spreading the light of liberty quickly across all of America, before the Progressive Deep State takes this down.

Please see this ABC News bombshell – a school with “strict rules against fighting.” They blame their broken schools on lack of funds, while spending more than THREE TIMES as much per child as excellent religious schools!
POWER HUNGRY POLITICIANS ENJOY seeing their cities burn and the economy fail, believing this will help them win the election. The “Progressive Deep State” believed they would win in 2016. Americans are finally seeing through this fraudulent power grab that began more than a century ago. With only 85 days to go, we need to inform voters far and wide how they took hold of the reins of power.

THAT WHICH BEGAN AS A REFORM MOVEMENT, calling itself “Progressive” in 1912, turned totalitarian one hundred years later, when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) silenced the American People and took control of the richest country in the world. Over 400 TEA Party groups were shut down. Once the train left the tracks, there was no way of knowing where it would end up. It is now plain to see that once the sacred and lifesaving principles upon which our great nation was founded, were abandoned, there was no limit to how far people would go to retain power.

AT MIDPOINT, IN 1962, Progressives had control of most of government, including the U.S. Supreme Court, which transferred control of education to the “Progressive Deep State,” removing a moment of voluntary, nondenominational prayer from all public schools (Engel v. Vitale). Since then, costs have more than tripled –in inflation adjusted dollars- while schools were transformed into political indoctrination camps: “When told to rampage you RAMPAGE.” Tragically, students are not taught right from wrong, as is being boldly demonstrated.

WE NEED INFORM ALL within reach and join with groups willing to help. Modern electronic communication empowers us all to influence others like never before. President Donald Trump is the first to challenge the Progressive Deep State, which is why they will say and do anything to take back their power. They need to be stopped now!

HEAR THAT WHICH TEACHERS ARE AFRAID TO SAY, for fear of losing their job!
Since over 5 years, my husband and I own over 9 acres of vacant land on Shakett Creek in Nokomis FL. .
The property is split zoned, but the residential zoned area is 100% wetlands. There is buildable uplands on the property, but it's not zoned residential.

I am reaching out to intelligent, reasonable Floridians to please read and sign a petition that I've creating regarding the rezone request to allow us to build only ONE house, OUTSIDE of the wetlands.

Doesn’t that sounds weird? It is weird.
The problem is almost hard to imagine:

1. The land was miszoned.
2. The community has been completely misled by a few canal-front neighbors who, in the name of conservation, WANT us to build in the wetlands. That’s right. They would rather have us fill wetlands then bear the thought that we build where one of them might see our house.

If you want to know more, visit www.srqus.com and the whole story is there. Thank you, every signature counts for us.
NOW THAT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP HAS CALLED ON CONGRESS to quickly address the Civil Rights issue of our time, this is the time for us to act. Decades have passed as the issue of School Choice has been swept under the rug – considered “politically impossible.” While there are many programs around the country, none measure up to Milton Friedman’s Universal School Choice plan, the only one consistent with our free enterprise system, which would greatly improve quality, and slash costs, by force of competition. What has appeared impossible to decades of leaders, of both major parties, is to President Donald Trump the order of the day.

THE PRESIDENT ADDRESSED A MEETING of community leaders in Dallas Texas, June 11. “We are renewing our call on congress to finally enact School Choice now! School Choice is a big deal, because access to education is the Civil Rights issue of our time. When you can have children go to a school where their parents want them to go, it creates competition, and other schools fight harder.” This is also a call to every one of us to utilize our vote and influence to restore Liberty and Justice, which is denied to our children, parents and taxpayers.

INNER-CITY SCHOOLS SUFFER MOST from “progressive” education, which has abandoned the fundamentals of quality education. Keith Benson, vice president of NAACP, Camden, New Jersey, compared these schools to the plantation! “Abolition was ‘Life Choice.’ We have narrowed it down to ‘School Choice.’ The effects however, are the same.”

AS FAR BACK AS 1981, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory (1902-1994), addressed the critical importance of education to guide children in overcoming the temptations that abound, and to aspire to lead a proper and wholesome life. The Rebbe attributed the level of strife and crime, “which has been growing from year to year, to changes that had been made to our public educational system about a couple of decades earlier.” The United States Supreme Court had ruled (Engel v. Vitale, 1962) that public schools were government schools, and thus required all traces of faith to be removed from education. He pointed to the fact that our country had been founded on faith and religious freedom, and referred to the Court’s “separation” as the “idolatry of our time.”

FROM ALL THAT IS HAPPENING ON THE STREETS of our cities, the evidence is overwhelming that the fundamentals are missing in our schools. Now is the perfect time to hold Congress accountable to pass Universal School Choice. This will provide time for schools and the public to prepare for the new school year in September.

GRASS ROOTS FREEDOM FIGHTERS HAVE ESTABLISHED an all-inclusive website –www.c32020.org- that empowers voters to hold Congress accountable to pass School Choice legislation. This website serves as a “line in the sand” for candidates to bid farewell to the “Progressive Deep State,” and cross over to the side of liberty-loving Americans, by signing onto the proposed “Civil Rights Act for Equal Educational Opportunity.” Regardless of party affiliation, those who are committed to restore the rights of all children, parents and taxpayers, can rise to the top of their class and banner their campaigns with the prestigious title “Certified Constitutional Candidate.”

THOSE WHO CLAIM THIS CHANGE TO BE TOO GREAT to be done at once, and needs to be done in stages, have lost sight of the underlying issue of Civil Rights. Liberty and Justice do not come in stages. Your vote and influence are all you have to assure your progeny will be residing in “the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave.”
Where can I find information about the Regional Leadership Council?
Why are you sending literature to the home of real teachers telling them to opt out of our unions? Is your "institution" that daft? You do realize we are a right to work state and we choose if we want to be in a union or not.
Dear James Madison Organization,

I just finished reading your Florida Amendment Guide and felt impelled to send you this note to say THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I am not a particularly political person so all of the amendments were confusing me but now that I have read your outstanding report I feel confident that I now understand enough to vote intelligently so THANK YOU.

I almost wish I was a more political person so I could investigate how to prohibit the C.R.C. from "bundling" because seriously...does it really NEED to be as confusing and convoluted as they make it? In my opinion the bundling turns what could be black and white issues into gray issues such as Amendment 11. What the heck do property rights, high speed transportation and criminal statutes have in common that they should be bundled together? These kinds of instances potentially could persuade voters to reject anything put forth by the C.R.C. as political rubbish where they might have a good point buried somewhere within the amendment. Sad.

Anyway, thank you again for your good work! The voters of Florida are in your debt.

Sincerely,

Debbie
Palm Coast, FL

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Washington Gridlock Will Put States At The Forefront Of Tech Policy In 2023 12/21/2022

Washington Gridlock Will Put States At The Forefront Of Tech Policy In 2023

“Technology’s ability to transcend state borders means the decisions taken in state capitols will have national ramifications.”

Check out this piece from Roslyn Layton in Forbes interviewing Edward Longe talking about states becoming the leaders in tech policy →

Washington Gridlock Will Put States At The Forefront Of Tech Policy In 2023 Tech policy and US history expert Edward Longe talks data privacy, app stores, right to repair, content moderation, and cybersecurity.

12/16/2022

Think about how much more – in terms of finances, education, opportunity and more – Americans have today than 100 years ago. Don’t lose perspective.

12/16/2022

Being prosperous means thriving. That’s not just financial.

12/14/2022

ICYMI: Registration is open for The James Madison Institute's 2023 Annual Dinner! This is an event you won’t want to miss with keynote speaker, the Honorable Betsy DeVos.

For more information and to purchase your ticket, click this link → https://www.jamesmadison.org/event/2023-annual-dinner/

12/08/2022

Mark your calendars! January 25, 2023 is The James Madison Institute's 2023 Annual Dinner with the Honorable Betsy DeVos! We’re honoring the growth in school choice for Florida students while celebrating 35 years of JMI.

Click the link for sponsorship opportunities and tickets → https://www.jamesmadison.org/event/2023-annual-dinner/

William Mattox: Florida needs a new A+ Plan in K-12 education 12/07/2022

William Mattox: Florida needs a new A+ Plan in K-12 education

"Some Florida families have yet to benefit directly from school choice."

Check out this piece from William Mattox in FloridaPolitics discussing the successes of the current A+ Plan and steps the state can take to grow from here →

William Mattox: Florida needs a new A+ Plan in K-12 education Some Florida families have yet to benefit directly from school choice.

Better Scholarships and Stronger Neighborhoods - James Madison Institute 12/07/2022

Better Scholarships and Stronger Neighborhoods - James Madison Institute

“A New A+ Plan for Florida Education would reaffirm the right of parents to direct the education and upbringing of their own children.”

Check out this piece from JMI’s, William Mattox, discussing suggestions for growing the A+ Plan→

Better Scholarships and Stronger Neighborhoods - James Madison Institute A New A+ Plan for K12 Education to Address Unmet Needs Click here to read

Road to Recovery: Clearing the Path to Meaningful Reforms in Florida’s Insurance Arena - James Madison Institute 12/07/2022

Road to Recovery: Clearing the Path to Meaningful Reforms in Florida’s Insurance Arena - James Madison Institute

““Lawmakers have attempted to address that issue but the one-way attorney fee statute has remained intact.”

Check out this piece from Gray Rohrer in FloridaPolitics discussing JMI’s new property insurance piece → https://www.jamesmadison.org/road-to-recovery-clearing-the-path-to-meaningful-reforms-in-floridas-insurance-arena/”

Road to Recovery: Clearing the Path to Meaningful Reforms in Florida’s Insurance Arena - James Madison Institute Click here to read the full PDF of the

Taking on China, Woke Corporations Top DeSantis Agenda as 2024 Speculation Swirls | National Review 12/05/2022

Taking on China, Woke Corporations Top DeSantis Agenda as 2024 Speculation Swirls | National Review

“It’s also going to align very much with the governor’s take on parents having a say in how kids are educated.” - Sal Nuzzo on Governor DeSantis' school choice priorities going into the 2023 session.

Ryan Mills mentioned us in his recent National Review piece→

Taking on China, Woke Corporations Top DeSantis Agenda as 2024 Speculation Swirls | National Review DeSantis insiders and top Florida Republicans lay out the governor’s roadmap for the upcoming legislative session.

Broadband is key to rural prosperity 11/23/2022

Broadband is key to rural prosperity

"Florida is the seventh 'most connected state' in America with 97.5% of residents having access to wired or fixed broadband. "

Check out this piece from Edward Longe in The Ledger discussing the steps to increase broadband access to the 2.5% of rural Floridians →

Broadband is key to rural prosperity Florida suffers from a digital divide between connected urban centers with fast broadband connectivity and disconnected rural communities.

Once deep blue, Miami-Dade shows the way 11/23/2022

Once deep blue, Miami-Dade shows the way

"Republicans in Florida bucked the trend of the midterm elections, turning four more congressional districts red."

Sal Nuzzo has a great piece in Washington Examiner unpacking what made Republicans so successful in Florida →

Once deep blue, Miami-Dade shows the way As the dust settles on the midterm elections, attention turns to the next two years of President Joe Biden’s agenda, the 2024 Presidential race (), and the dynamic in Congress. But among the results, a single county in Florida delivers a glimmer of what could become a national shift in…

Once deep blue, Miami-Dade shows the way 11/22/2022

Once deep blue, Miami-Dade shows the way

How did DeSantis help turn the house republican?

Read more about this in a piece from William Mattox in The Wall Street Journal on Florida's part in turning the U.S. House of Representatives Republican → https://www.wsj.com/articles/how-desantis-helped-turn-the-house-republican-black-candidates-redistricting-map-11668638516?mod=opinion_lead_pos7

Once deep blue, Miami-Dade shows the way As the dust settles on the midterm elections, attention turns to the next two years of President Joe Biden’s agenda, the 2024 Presidential race (), and the dynamic in Congress. But among the results, a single county in Florida delivers a glimmer of what could become a national shift in…

Florida’s Lessons for Conservatives | National Review 11/22/2022

Florida’s Lessons for Conservatives | National Review

"Could any other state’s ground game over that time match up against the Florida machine?"

Unpack this intriguing question in a new piece from Bob McClure in National Review on Florida's midterm election results compared to other states →

Florida’s Lessons for Conservatives | National Review Those seeking to advance conservative agendas in other states would be wise to take a cue from the Sunshine State if they hope to perform better in 2024.

Private sector can help federal government bridge the digital divide | Commentary 11/18/2022

Private sector can help federal government bridge the digital divide | Commentary

"Efforts to bridge the digital divide should be made in concert with the private sector and market forces, not by funding more government-run networks or top-down solutions."

Read more from Edward Longe in Orlando Sentinel about the digital divide in Florida →

Private sector can help federal government bridge the digital divide | Commentary Florida should lead the way by enlisting providers to build broadband.

11/18/2022

Florida is out here making moves, the other 49 states should pay attention👀

Opinion | How DeSantis Helped Turn the House Republican 11/17/2022

Opinion | How DeSantis Helped Turn the House Republican

"Republicans owe their razor-thin House majority to a decision Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis made earlier this year that largely escaped notice outside the Sunshine State."

Check out this great piece from William Mattox in The Wall Street Journal talking about Florida's role in the 2022 election →

Opinion | How DeSantis Helped Turn the House Republican The Legislature tried racial gerrymandering. He vetoed it out of principle and it ended up paying off.

Wakulla County should reconsider residential impact fees | Opinion 11/16/2022

Wakulla County should reconsider residential impact fees | Opinion

"Wakulla County is the only county in the state that has grown more than 10% over the last decade that does not impose impact fees."

Check out this piece from Vittorio Nastasi in Tallahassee Democrat discussing whether or not Wakulla County should implement impact fees →

Wakulla County should reconsider residential impact fees | Opinion Wakulla County is the only county in the state that has grown more than 10% over the last decade that does not impose impact fees.

11/14/2022

Looking for a paid internship or part-time job while in college?? Look no further! JMI is looking for interns at our Tallahassee location and campus representatives at FAU, FIU, Jacksonville University, UCF, UNF, and UWF!

We offer great chances to learn in policy, communications, development and more. Find the applications for both spring interns and campus reps here —> https://www.jamesmadison.org/about/join-our-team/

11/11/2022

Happy Veterans Day to all the brave men and women who have served in the United States.

Did you know that Florida is home to over 1.5 million veterans?

Opinion | The School-Choice Election Wave 11/11/2022

Opinion | The School-Choice Election Wave

"Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was the biggest victory of the night for parents. In 2018 William Mattox of the James Madison Institute argued in these pages that “unexpected support from minority women,” whom he dubbed “school-choice moms,” accounted for his narrow victory that year. On Tuesday Mr. DeSantis won by more than 19 points overall and by 11 points in Miami-Dade, a county that favored Joe Biden by 7 points in 2020."

Great piece in Wall Street Journal by Corey DeAngelis:

Opinion | The School-Choice Election Wave Even Democrats are adapting to new political realities.

11/09/2022

This midterm election, Republicans running for the Florida House of Representatives and Senate gained a supermajority in both chambers.

House - 85 Republicans
Senate - 28 Republicans

11/09/2022

Tonight, Republicans took a supermajority... the lens is on us. What we do here influences other states. Our successes were evident and solidified this election cycle. What are we going to do with this momentum moving forward?

Check out the thoughts of the incoming Florida Speaker of the House, Paul Renner, on Florida leading the U.S. into the future -->https://www.jamesmadison.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/2022_Fall_Journal_Full-Web-v02.pdf

The future is on today's ballot. Kind of. 11/08/2022

The future is on today's ballot. Kind of.

JMI director of the Center for Tech and Innovation, Edward Longe, commented on the questions surrounding the post-election future of certain tech industries in a new article from POLITICO.

Read the full piece here →

The future is on today's ballot. Kind of. By signing up you agree to allow POLITICO to collect your user information and use it to better recommend content to you, send you email newsletters or updates from POLITICO, and share insights based on aggregated user information. You further agree to our privacy policy and terms of service. You ca...

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IT’S ELECTION DAY!🗳

Here are the three proposed constitutional amendments on the statewide ballot! Read through to make sure you know what a yes or no vote would mean.

Edward Longe: Technology’s massive economic contributions in Florida 11/07/2022

Edward Longe: Technology’s massive economic contributions in Florida

“Lawmakers on the left and right should proceed with caution and ensure policies do not harm the significant economic benefits that innovation provides to Florida.”

Read more about this from Edward Longe’s, JMI Director of Tech and Innovation, piece in FloridaPolitics →

Edward Longe: Technology’s massive economic contributions in Florida It’s a cliche, but lawmakers shouldn’t cut off their noses to spite their faces.

Statehood issue adds intensity to Puerto Ricans’ vote | Commentary 11/07/2022

Statehood issue adds intensity to Puerto Ricans’ vote | Commentary

“This is the second election-eve edition of this study by JMI, which has compiled a treasure trove of Florida Puerto Rican voter data going back over a decade.”

Check out this piece from Ileana Ros-Lehtinen in Orlando Sentinel discussing the findings from JMI’s Florida Puerto Rican voter data →

Statehood issue adds intensity to Puerto Ricans’ vote | Commentary As former congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen writes, 85% of Floridians of Puerto Rican descent found the issue of Puerto Rican statehood to be “extremely” or “very” important.

The big payoff in providing benefits beyond money - Gulfshore Business 11/05/2022

The big payoff in providing benefits beyond money - Gulfshore Business

Today, especially after a hurricane, Florida employees are looking for more than just a raise.

Read more about benefits beyond money that employers can offer in this article from JMI Adjunct Director of the Gibbs Center for Economic Prosperity, Victor Claar, in Gulfshore Business →

The big payoff in providing benefits beyond money - Gulfshore Business Paychecks are great. Really great. And raises are even better, especially in inflationary times. But are monetary benefits like wages and salaries, or fringe benefits like medical insurance and paid vacation, the only things that can contribute to the experience team members have by serving one orga...

11/05/2022

Families👏 make 👏 choices

Have you read Dr. Moore’s new piece in The Journal? It’s a 10/10, must read.

Edward Longe: Technology’s massive economic contributions in Florida 11/04/2022

Edward Longe: Technology’s massive economic contributions in Florida

Over the past few years, there has been an increase in hostility between legislators and tech companies.

Learn about the consequences of this in a new piece from JMI Director of Tech and Innovation, Edward Longe, in FloridaPolitics→

Edward Longe: Technology’s massive economic contributions in Florida It’s a cliche, but lawmakers shouldn’t cut off their noses to spite their faces.

11/03/2022

Did you know from March 2020 till now over 394,000 people have moved to Florida?

Check out this piece from John Fund in The Journal —https://www.jamesmadison.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/2022_Fall_Journal_Full-Web-v02.pdf

The big payoff in providing benefits beyond money - Gulfshore Business 11/03/2022

The big payoff in providing benefits beyond money - Gulfshore Business

“Treating your people with dignity and respect, and hearing what they say when they talk with you, is valuable to them.”

Read the full article from Victor Claar, JMI Adjunct Director of the Center for Economic Prosperity, in Gulfshore Business →

The big payoff in providing benefits beyond money - Gulfshore Business Paychecks are great. Really great. And raises are even better, especially in inflationary times. But are monetary benefits like wages and salaries, or fringe benefits like medical insurance and paid vacation, the only things that can contribute to the experience team members have by serving one orga...

Florida 500 11/02/2022

Florida 500

Congratulations Bob McClure for being named in Florida Trend Florida 500! This is a great and deserving honor!

Florida 500 An engaging, personal look at the 500 most influential executives in different economic sectors across Florida.

11/01/2022

Straight facts✅

Check out Victor Claar’s, adjunct director of the George Gibbs Center for Economic Prosperity, piece in this edition of the Journal!

Link in bio!

Spill the Tea- Episode 28 - James Madison Institute 10/24/2022

Spill the Tea- Episode 28 - James Madison Institute

“He [President Xi Jinping] is going to be the most powerful Chinese leader since Mao Zedong, and we all know how that worked out.”

Check out episode 28 of Spill The Tea here →

Spill the Tea- Episode 28 - James Madison Institute On the latest episode of Spill the Tea, JMI’s Bob McClure and guest host Logan Padgett discuss the Rubio vs Demings Debate, the housing market in southwest Florida, number one issue for voters at the polls, college football, favorite fall traditions, and other topics.

10/22/2022

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Florida has three ballot initiatives on the statewide ballot this November. Do you know what each of them entails?

Check out the link below for the English, Spanish and one-pager amendment guides →

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10/19/2022

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