Newby shows leadership as council president

Newby shows leadership as council president

City Council President Sam Newby deserves a big Wink for ending a series of meetings that were counter-productive to law and order in Jacksonville. Called “Safer Together” workshops, they were held over the past year by two council members, Joyce Morgan and Michael...

City Council members hide political party affiliation

For some reason, local politicians on the City Council don’t want you to know what political party they belong to. Nowhere on the city’s Web site are the council members identified by political party. Republicans enjoy a majority, and could change this in an instant,...
Newby shows leadership as council president

Anti-police meetings serve no useful purpose

Council Member Michael Boylan’s abrupt departure from a council assignment that serves no constructive purpose should give the council president ample reason to disband a so-called “committee.” It isn’t really a committee. The former council president just named two...
Newby shows leadership as council president

Citizen of the Month – Quisha King

One Jacksonville mom has become a national hero for bucking government school indoctrination of America’s children. Quisha King has been featured in national publications this week for her work, which culminated with a plea for a mass exodus from government schools....
Rally to Save Women of the Southland Monument – your big mouth is needed

Sonny B: My journey to become an information warrior

I retired as a Fireman of Jacksonville. It took courage, determination, commitment, proper planning and hard work to finally get to the point of retirement. While employed with the JFRD, I became interested in food and found out I really enjoyed cooking. I became so...