As national attention focused on Florida last week, AFP-Florida prepared for three days of jam packed events in Orlando. Hundreds of you joined us for the Presidency 5 Presidential Debate and straw poll, the speeches and educational sessions of CPAC, and one of the highlights of the weekend an amazing Suite Tea Breakfast with Andrew Breitbart.
Patriots were out in Orlando in full force! We were on-sight distributing t-shirts and educational materials, as well as our ever-so-popular Its the Spending, Stupid! buttons. We handed out 3,500 of them and they were a prominent fixture on lapels and sweaters throughout the weekend. If you have a picture of you and your friends wearing one of our buttons or shirts please email us at email@example.com. You can see the pictures we already have posted of the P5 booth and attendees here.
Andrew Breitbart and ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief to speak as part of Americans for Prosperity Foundations RightOnline
Event will advance online activism at CPAC FL in Orlando Friday, September 23rd
BOCA RATON Nationally known author, commentator, and publisher Andrew Breitbart is confirmed to attend Presidency 5 next week. Breitbart will speak at a breakfast sponsored by Americans for Prosperity Foundations Florida Chapter (AFPF-FL) at 7:30 am on Friday morning at the Suite Tea Tea Party Hospitality Suite at the Peabody Hotel.
ACORN Whistleblower Anita MonCrief is also confirmed to speak at AFPF-FLs RightOnline, joining speakers: T.V. host and commentator Stephen Kruiser, prominent Florida blogger Jordan Raynor, The Franklin Centers Erik Telford and Kelly Carson, Townhall.coms Guy Benson and Alice Linahan of Voices Empower.
TALLAHASSEE - Today, Americans for Prosperity-Florida (AFP-FL) released its 2011 legislative scorecard grading members of the Florida legislature on key issues from the legislative session. Grades are based on the voting records of the legislators on issues addressing AFP-FLs core principles of free market economics, smaller government, and less taxes.
Money carries too many strings Why the state should reject federal healthcare money.
By TARREN BRAGDON
As printed in the Daytona Beach News Journal
The current debate in Washington reminds us of the stark reality -- federal money is not free money. As taxpayers, we already find ourselves in a very deep hole with an overwhelming federal debt burden of more than $14 trillion -- or $46,000 for every man, woman and child in America. The solution is not to dig deeper, even if the shovel is being paid for by a federal grant.