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Marko Milakovich - Citizen Warrior for U.S. Representative - Florida District 9
I owe no allegiance to any political party or committee My allegiance is to “We the People” and the U.S. Constitution
I am a real person with many real-life experiences. I believe that this makes me more like you, than like them. What you learn about me is that I am an Independent, with no allegiance to anyone or any party. My allegiance is to We the People and the U.S. Constitution
I am NOT a politician. I am the guy next door and I am also a Citizen Warrior and very passionate about my beliefs. I have been a garbage collector, a concessions stand manager, a Director in a large corporation, a General Manager, a technical contractor, and a small business owner/operator.
Good Grief!!! Why am I running for U.S. Representative. ANSWER: I am retired military and a combat Vietnam Veteran and have also served for 3 ½ years in the Middle East. I am deeply disheartened to see and experience the decline of my country. I have personally experienced profound bigotry, debilitating egotism and plain unprofessionalism by a number of my government agencies. I am battered, bruised and upset. I want to go to Washington to do battle and do my best to push for common sense reform; not as a puppet, but as me, an individual, one of We The People. I don’t need a survey to tell me the problems; I have personally experienced them and I truly believe that most of the Citizens of District 9 have had many of the same experiences and are just as worried as I am about the decline of our Country. Learn who I am and if you share my concerns and values, then I ask for your VOTE to send me, as your CITIZEN WARRIOR, to fight for us, WE THE PEOPLE, in Washington, D. C.
Representative Cynthia A. Stafford represents Florida’s 109th Legislative District. First elected to the Florida House in 2010 and subsequently re-elected to a second term in 2012, Rep. Stafford currently serves on the APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, EDUCATION COMMITTEE, Civil Justice Subcommittee (Democratic Ranking Member), Business and Professional Regulation Subcommittee, Joint Legislative Auditing Committee and Select Committee on Gaming. As a freshman Legislator, Rep. Stafford was selected by the Speaker of the House in 2011 to serve as a member of the 2012 Presidential Primary Preference Selection Committee.
Rep. Stafford has sponsored legislation to repeal the controversial Stand Your Ground law in the State of Florida.
Rep. Stafford has served in the community for more than 25 years. She is an Attorney and Adjunct College Professor. For several years, Rep. Stafford worked with the Dade County Bar Legal Aid Society where she represented victims of domestic violence. She was also a Congressional Aide with Former Congresswoman Carrie P. Meek, Development Director for the Family Christian Association of America, and Assoc. VP/Communications Director at Sonshine Communications.
For more information contact:
District Executive Secretary II
State Representative Cynthia Stafford
13300 N.W. 27th Avenue, Suite 5
Opa Locka, Florida 33054
Telephone: (305) 953.3086
Al Krulick for Congress - No Party No Politics Just People
Every two years, the people of Florida’s 7th Congressional District get to hire the person they wish to represent them in the United States House of Representatives. The job of U.S. Congressperson does not belong to an incumbent, nor to any political party. It belongs solely to the people.
YOU are the employer, YOU pay the salary, and YOU get to do the hiring!
I have lived and worked in Central Florida for over 22 years. I am familiar with its towns, cities, people, and customs. I have raised my family here and have no intention of ever moving away. In addition, I have travelled extensively throughout our country over the years and have also been lucky enough to have sojourned abroad, from time to time. I see myself as a citizen of my town, my country, and the world.
I have vast experience in both the private and public sectors, and I possess a deep sense of community pride and a desire to serve the public.
I am knowledgeable concerning the issues that affect all our lives and believe I have the mature judgment and life experience to faithfully represent the best interests of the people of the 7th District, as well as those of our neighbors in Florida and across the land.
I am not bound to any political party’s dogma, nor to any set of special interests. I am solely concerned with rendering the decisions that will promote the general welfare of our nation, while seeking the most efficient and fair solutions to our common problems.
I will work diligently to fulfill the duties of the job for which I am applying and promise that I will never betray the faith of those citizens who wish to hire me for the position of United States Representative.
When one thinks of compassion and enthusiasm for life, there is one person that comes to mind for everyone who knows, love and respect him. Our Special Guest tonight is just that. Born in Flint, Michigan he offers himself up to be the next State Senator hoping to represent District 34 come Tuesday, November 4, 2014. August 5, 2014 is the Michigan Primary. Certain key issues make him stand out from the crowded field of contenders. Love him or not, he's a fighter for:
The Repeal of the Right to Work State Law
Job creation to make Flint, Michigan the hub of Job creation
Fighting Crime: Address overcrowding in jails and reduce crime by putting more police on the street, tougher penalties and sentencing for people who break the law. Reduce crime and take Flint off the "Worst Cities In America" List.
Education: Funding should be a top priority again
Equal Right: Marriage should be for all and endorses Equal Work for Equal Pay
AGAINST the Emergency Manager Law that Governor Rick Synder signed into law.
Former Vermont Governor Howard Dean's Democracy for America has endorsed him.
Make checks payable to: Committee to Elect Nathan R. Morrish, PO Box 320693, Flint, MI 48532
Sign up to Volunteer: www.morrish4michiganstaterep.com TEL: 810-441-0068
Campaign Fundraiser: White Horse Tavern in Flint, Michigan on June 25, 2014 starting at 4:30pm
We are pleased to welcome Nathan Morrish!
We talk about local issue's facing the city of Duluth, MN and the area round us. From time to time we will discuss other political issues as well. This show is for you call in and let your voice be heard, the call in number is 1-516-387-1776.
Tonight we talk about the Sharla Gardner recall effort and what the recall side is now doing and saying. Councilor Gardner called and gave us some of her time and thoughts on the recall effort. Great interview.
Join in on the show tonight as well you can call in again the number 1-516-387-1776.
Interview with Michael Vargas, Val Verde Unified School District Candidate.
America the Beautiful! White men have lost their place at the top of the hill. It's called social order. They think they lost it when slavery was abolished in 1863. That is not when they lost it. They actually begin to lose their place in the social order, when they waiting 18 months before notifying slaves in the southern states, namely Texas and Louisiana that salvery had been ended by order of the Federal government. As time progressed, white men did less and less, or should I say more and more to try to keep blacks as slaves. Instead of abiding by the new laws, they chose to create new laws to keep their desires legal. The Black Code Laws became part of American policing. The KKK carried out the Black Code Laws. The Freedmans Bureau established to assist slaves in transitioning into citizenship became nothing more than a sham. Peace was not to come between the races based on the pride of poorer white men. Politics was in complete control of legislating what would and could happen to blacks. Police were allowed to create as you go laws and administer judgement as they saw it should be. Prosperity was able to continue based on the desires of those with property ownership. Poverty began to spread even more as a tool for the wealthy to maintain ownership of former slaves. People began to segregate even more than had been during slavery. Power was once again seen in the wealth of the white men. Is there anything different today than in 1863 when slavery was abolished in America. If you have to wait for the approval of politicians, courts, and merchants to have social justics, judicial justice, and economic justice, than not much has change. The change must therefore come by way of we the people. We the working class people of American
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