Monthly Archives: November 2017
The United States Supreme Court just assured some semblance of gun sanity will remain in Florida. They refused to consider reversing the Florida Supreme Court’s rejection of open carry. Long championed by Matt Gaetz (Gaetz said on a WNRP 1620 … Continue reading
Jeff Bergosh is County Commissioner for Escambia County, District 1. The following links are to his blog, jeffbergoshblog.blogspot.com — the words and the research are his… Timeline of Raises at the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office A Review of the BCC’s Answer to … Continue reading
“Chemed Corp. and VITAS Hospice Services agree to pay $75 million to resolve False Claims Act allegations relating to billing for ineligible patients and inflated levels of care.” Read more below… Click anywhere on the image to read full size.
Mr. Studer is circulating a survey that he claims supports his change of mind on the Hatchery. He attributes the survey results to The Political Matrix, though he claimed he hired them. No such organization is listed in Florida for … Continue reading
Brian Spencer should not be faulted for doing what his client, Mr. Studer wants. For the rest of the Council however, reneging on a contract, especially with the State of Florida, could have dire consequences for our city. Casually tossing … Continue reading