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Latest assault on U.S. sovereignty under Obama: Global group to monitor election

The latest assault on U.S. sovereignty will occur on Nov. 6 when approximately 124 “observers” from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe will monitor the General Election.

OSCE began as the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE). After the Cold War, the group came up with a new set of concerns to rebrand as an organization devoted to human rights and environmental issues.

The OSCE has 56 member states as well as a number of “partners for cooperation.” OSCE enjoys a budget of approximately $200 million coughed up by member countries including the U.S.

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Weekend update: Tenthers, Mack vs. Nelson and Cher's Tweets

Washington had an exciting week with the Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare. That decision led the Tenth Amendment Center to ramp up awareness about how states can nullify the federal healthcare tax bill and the Florida TAC explains how you can help.

Meanwhile, Rep. Connie Mack issued a statement holding Democrat Sen. Bill Nelson accountable on his promotion and support of the bill. Mack hopes to be the Republican nominee to unseat Nelson in November.

In lesser news, another celebrity meltdown occurred on Twitter with Cher’s rant about presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney. No Romney supporters lost sleep over Cher’s Tweets.

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Schultz, like Gaspard, sucks in Roland Martin with lies about voter laws

First Patrick Gaspard, executive director of the Democratic National Committee, lied about Florida Republicans. A former union lobbyist, Gaspard said that in Florida, “Republicans have tried to eliminate the early vote.”

Are leading Dems resorting to lies in a desperate move to win in 2012?

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GOP women to host first US Senate debate for Florida

(Left to right) Former state Rep. Adam Hasner, former US Sen. George LeMieux, Rep. Connie Mack and Col. Mike McCallister have confirmed participation in the US Senatorial Debate in Tallahassee.(Photo used with permission, FFRW)


Ed. Note, Feb. 1, 2012: Adam Hasner will not participate in the Senate debate; he suspended his run for the Senate to run for the US House in District 22.


(Tallahassee) The Florida Federation of Republican Women will host the first Florida U.S. Senatorial debate of 2012 in Tallahassee on February 19, 2012, at the Hotel Duval. The event will also be the first to feature the four most viable candidates in the race at the same event.

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Florida Senate president bows out of 2012 US Senate race

A number of Republican candidates are targeting Sen. Bill Nelson’s (D-Fla.) US Senate seat in 2012. The field just narrowed because Florida Senate president Mike Haridopolos dropped out.

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Hasner polls on par with fellow Republicans seeking to topple Nelson

Never let it be said Republicans run short on candidates. Three well-known Republicans are engaged in a battle for the chance to topple Florida Democrat Bill Nelson from his U.S. Senate seat. The battle is fairly heated, considering the three Primary contenders all belong to the same Party and claim conservative positions.

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