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Florida Eagle Forum's mission is to enable conservative and pro-family men and women to participate in the process of self-government and public policy making so that Florida will continue to be a state of individual liberty, respect for family integrity, public and private virtue, religious freedom and private enterprise.

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The Phyllis Schlafly Report

National Popular Vote — One of the Worst ( read more )

H-1B Visas Take American Jobs ( read more )

Try Bipartisanship About China (read more)

What's Wrong With Con Con? ( read more )

  • ALERT: Too Much About Common Core Stinks!

    Federal Curriculum Guidelines - Invasive student tracking data base - Student data sold to highest bidder - Unconstitutional - Elimination of classical literature - Dumbing down - Private schools and Home schools not exempt ( Speakers Available ) ( Eagle Issues )

  • Investigation caught Lt. Gov. Carroll off guard

    Gov. Rick Scott will sign legislation prohibiting the gaming at Internet cafés, his office said Thursday, following Senate passage of a bill that flew through the Legislature. Scott had said prior to the legislative session that the cafés should be shut down, but had remained elusive in answering questions after legislation emerged to do just that. The proposal was shepherded quickly through both chambers after 57 arrests were made less than a month ago.

    Former Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll said Thursday she had no idea law enforcement was investigating a veterans charity accused of running illegal slot machine-style casinos until two agents walked into her office last month.

    Carroll wanted to make clear she did nothing wrong. She said she was paid $6,000 a month to do public relations work for Allied Veterans and had nothing to do with the alleged gambling.

    Nearly 60 people have been charged in the Allied Veterans case, accused of running a $300 million gambling ring. Investigators said Allied Veterans spent just 2 percent of its profits on veterans charities while its leaders spent millions on boats, real estate and sports cars.

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  • North Korea’s Wakeup Call

    by Phyllis Schlafly: North Korea’s test was a surprise to Americans, to the Obama Administration and to Congress because its last couple of tests had been failures. More alarming was the fact that the launch was a surprise to our intelligence community, which didn’t know the North Koreans had perfected this technology, and didn’t anticipate a launch.

    There should have been an immediate demand that the Obama Administration fulfill its constitutional duty to ‘provide for the common defense.’ What could be a more important duty, and a more pressing need for spending our tax dollars, than to save Americans from being incinerated by nuclear bombs? ( read more )

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About Florida Eagle Forum

What we do...

FEF empowers its members through education and the use of political tools to effectively participate in the process of self-government. We monitor legislation and the positions of our elected officials at the state and national level. volunteer lobbying is encouraged in district offices as well as the capitol to counter the influence of big money lobbyists whose agenda is not family-friendly. FEF meticulously vets candidates for the purpose of strengthening the quality of limited government.

Who we are...

Your officers and chapter presidents

Officers
Pat Andrews Marguerite Cavanaugh Elaine Merritt Mark Andrews
President Executive Vice President Vice President Secretary/Treasurer
Chapter Presidents
Ann Longon Lucile Moore Bonnie Nuggent Joan Pulliam
Ava Maria, Collier Co. Ft. Myers, Lee Co. Naples, Collier Co. Jacksonville, Duval Co.
Marguerite Cavanaugh Kaye Yonge Clarice Cruickshank
EF of Sun Country, Ocala, Marion Co. Orlando, Orange Co. Tampa Bay, Hillsborough Co.

Current Alerts

Gov. Rick Scott will sign legislation prohibiting the gaming at Internet cafés, his office said Thursday, following Senate passage of a bill that flew through the Legislature. Scott had said prior to the legislative session that the cafés should be shut down, but had remained elusive in answering questions after legislation emerged to do just that. The proposal was shepherded quickly through both chambers after 57 arrests were made less than a month ago.

Former Florida Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll said Thursday she had no idea law enforcement was investigating a veterans charity accused of running illegal slot machine-style casinos until two agents walked into her office last month.

Carroll wanted to make clear she did nothing wrong. She said she was paid $6,000 a month to do public relations work for Allied Veterans and had nothing to do with the alleged gambling.

Nearly 60 people have been charged in the Allied Veterans case, accused of running a $300 million gambling ring. Investigators said Allied Veterans spent just 2 percent of its profits on veterans charities while its leaders spent millions on boats, real estate and sports cars. floridatoday.com

BREAKING: Massive Voter Fraud in St. Lucie County, Florida

On Tuesday only one precinct had less than 113% turnout. “The Unofficial vote count is 175,554 registered voters 247,713 vote cards cast (141.10% ). The National SEAL Museum, a St. Lucie county polling place, had 158.85% voter turn out, the highest in the county.” ( view more )

The 400,000 Votes That Tipped the Election

Florida: 73,858, Ohio: 103,481, Virginia: 115,910, Colorado: 113,099 Those four states, with a collective margin of, 406,348 for Obama, add up to 69 electoral votes. Had Romney won 407,000 or so additional votes in the right proportion in those states, he would have 275 electoral votes. ( view more )

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