Minneapolis FDA confirms no plan to inform patients of non-exempt medical devices placed in 667 citizensRead More
In the 85 years for which the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) has calculated the annual change in real Growth Domestic Product (GDP), there is only one ten-year stretch—2006 through 2015—when the annual growth in real GDP never hit 3 percent. This is during Debbie Wasserman Schultz' representation of District 23 in the U.S. House of Representatives. Bright Star Pac investigates the GDP, unemployment rate, and labor participation rate numbers.
On August 30th Primary Election, Debbie Wasserman Schultz beat primary challenger Tim Canova by only around 7,000 votes. Debbie won 28,279 votes compared to Tim's 21,504 votes. This was the first time she was challenged in a Democrat Party Primary since she served in U.S. House of Representatives from 2004. This may be the tip of the iceberg of voter unrest or rejection of Debbie Wasserman Schultz on November 8th National Election, from among the 21,504 Democratic party primary voters.
3 More Hours to Vote. Now is the chance for Democrats in District 23 to "primary" Debbie Wasserman Schultz as disapproval for how she allegedly rigged the DNC against Bernie Sanders. District 23 covers Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Polling places can be found by typing one's address into the Broward County Supervisors of Elections website or into the Miami-Dade election website.Read More
Here are Early Voting days and times before the Florida Election Primary August 30th. What is of special concern to voters also is a class action lawsuit over the alleged rigging of the presidential primaries in the Democratic Party revealed right before the DNC, which looms over Debbie Wasserman Schultz in light of her own primary August 30th. An evidentiary hearing for the lawsuit will be held August 23.Read More
In a recent debate with Tim Canova, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was asked about emails in regards to Bernie Sanders' Jewish faith and ethnicity and if they were used as negatives to influence Kentucky and West Virginia voters. These topics have become some concerns for Jewish voters in FL District 23.Read More
FL District 23 race for Congress is heating up. Tim Canova is challenging Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who was recently removed as DNC chair and who represents District 23. District 23 runs from Weston to South Beach and from Port Everglades to Pembroke Pines. It has been since 2004 that District 23 had a Democrat challenger. As former DNC chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz' actions destroyed any chance of Bernie Sanders winning the Democratic nomination for President. Is District 23 also rigged?Read More
"A New Science: From Light to Description" by Mukesh Prasad follows the money trail of Climate Change and finds documented evidence that deniers are not supported by big money, alarmists are, and media has been seriously lax about following the evidenceRead More
Film distribution company Cinema Libre Studio announces the team behind America's most controversial documentary, "Vaxxed: From Cover-Up to Catastrophe," will hit the road on a nationwide bus tour traveling to the home districts of members of the United States House Committee on Oversight & Government Reform, the entity responsible for subpoenaing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) whistleblower, Dr. William Thompson, a subject at the heart of the film.Read More
Mike Wiley was there with Perot in 1992 leading the charge for "America First" populism. In 1994, after leading the largest rally in Florida history to defeat Hillary Clinton gun control, Mike Wiley entered the Democratic Primary for US Senate with his "America First" pro-jobs, anti-NAFTA campaign and after his removal from the Boston air waves by the Hillary Clinton FCC in Sept 1995, Mike Wiley was asked to join the "Buchanan for President" America First campaign as Mass spokesperson.Read More
The IRS recently announced plans to redefine electioneering to include all discussion about politicians and how they vote, which could prevent non-profit organizations from informing voters and supporting or opposing legislation. Congressional protections for nonprofits expire October 1st, 2016.Read More