You were a good man, Hank Madden. RIP my friend.

Hank Madden, Madden Advisory "If no one has said they care about you today, know that we do." Those were always the parting words of Hank Madden on his radio show, Smart Money. Hank spent every Saturday morning on WOKV for nearly 40 years giving financial advice to...

Liberty, Again

Enjoy a special guest post on July 2, 2020 in honor of the real birth date of our nation. Julian "Jay" is a Republican politician who formerly served as a member of the Florida House of Representatives, representing the 15th District. Jay attended Washington and Lee...

Anti-police rhetoric comes to Jacksonville

As everyone feared, the disease has spread to Jacksonville; not the Chinese virus, but the disease of radical opposition to public safety. Ben Frazier, the liberal head of an organization of unknown size called the Northside Coalition, is starting a “defund the...

Local TV station torches Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office again

Channel 4 is at it again. Having already embraced the concept of police brutality, the local TV station now is after “disparity,” another favorite topic of the Far Left. With stories that border on being editorials, it is out to show that local police are racist and...

Will changing names on schools change the problem?

In this special Guest post by School Board Member District 6, Charlotte Austin Joyce shares her thoughts about changing the names of some selected schools in Duval County. We thought her comments were worthy to be posted and applaud her factual take on the matter. The...

New City Council committee faces a daunting and formidable task

Tommy Hazouri, former mayor and the incoming president of the Jacksonville City Council, has appointed a social justice committee. Seven council members on the committee will examine alleged racial disparities in the city. According to a small local newspaper, Hazouri...

A conversation the left never stops having

One false claim being made by the far left in its efforts to tear America apart is the appeal to have a conversation about race because there never has been one. This is easily disproved. In truth, no public policy has been discussed more in America or in Jacksonville...

Winks for JEA CEO and three members of the City Council

While the monument take down was going on yesterday - other news was going down too and these both deserves huge Winks! We are so proud of of the three members of the Jacksonville City Council Committee investigating the JEA scandal. They have refused to shut down the...

Taking down statues will not cure or prevent injustice

“The demon is a mob, and the mob is demonic. The Democratic Party activates mobs, depends on mobs, coddles mobs, publicizes and celebrates mobs—it is the mob.” – Ann Coulter,  Demonic. To appease the mob, Mayor Lenny Curry has had historical statues taken down in...

Just what Jacksonville needs at this time — higher taxes?

City Councilman Aaron Bowman Talk about bad timing. City Councilman Aaron Bowman is proposing a new tax on Jacksonville residents. The nation probably is in a depression because of the Chinese virus. More than 40 million people are without jobs. The federal government...

Everything old is not a treasure

There seems to be a dichotomy between the constant cries for downtown redevelopment and the constant pleas to preserve everything that is a few decades old. The attached photo illustrates how the city’s core might look if the “preservationists” had their way....

Everybody in the media wants to be Sherlock Holmes these days

One of the things that happened to the newspaper business as it started down the path to oblivion was the creation of “investigative reporters.” I never heard the term before the Watergate scandal, when the media succeeded in bagging a (Republican) president. After...

Scott Wilson: Wrong day to politic, sir!

Scott Wilson, City Council President Scott Wilson chose Memorial Day to hold a press conference. It was to inform the media of his decision to stick with Tommy Hazouri instead of changing his pledge to one from his own party for the position of City Council President....

Pension reform numbers are not turning out as expected

What a difference a year makes. Every year, the city’s annual financial statement shows the condition of the city’s finances. Last year, the one for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 2018, was released on March 29. Mayor Lenny Curry wrote in it, “As I have learned from...

So-called voting reforms would make the elections process worse

Harvesting is for hay - not votes! An all-out effort is under way by the Democrat Party to use the current health crisis to further revamp the voting procedure in a way that would almost guarantee increased fraud. “Coronavirus gives us an opportunity to revamp our...

Is Tommy Hazouri our Joe Biden? #metoo

As women across the country watch Joe Biden get a pass for his #MeToo accusations, locally we are doing the same thing. Have we no shame? Eye wrote about Tommy Hazouri's administration and the past issues with Ms. Darlene Tye. Ms. Tye won a lawsuit against the city...

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