Letter: Imagine life without the IRS Derek Hankerson Chairman, Putnam Tea Party Patriots Dear Editor: Imagine life without the Internal Revenue Service. Abuse by the IRS has been going on for almost 80 years; but, if the IRS were to be abolished, there would be no more targeting of conservative groups, individuals or businesses. No [...]
Archive for October, 2012
We find it a bit ironic, at best, that St Augustine Beach Commission candidate Edward George would send a postcard to registered voters at St Augustine Beach that implies Republican voters need to know where O’Brien stands on the “issues” — the inference, of course, that George represents Republican voters better than O’Brien.
A 59-year old man, on probation for methamphetamine charges from St Charles County, Missouri, has been arrested and charged with production of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia here in St Johns County.
Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes told Historic City News that while over 24,000 St Johns County voters have appeared at one-of-six local Early Voting locations since Saturday morning, three familiar faces are already busily tabulating the 16,000 ballots cast by mail or through this year’s greatly enhanced absentee voting program.
On November 13th, Historic City News readers can learn more about changes in the supply-and-demand of labor during the 19th century that gave way to such structures as the Hotel Ponce de Leon; when Flagler College associate professor of economics, Allison Roberts, speaks during the Community Lecture Series.
St Augustine Police Sergeant Patrick McCaulley needs Historic City News readers to help identify a man captured on surveillance video at a local Kangaroo Station as he left the convenience store without paying for a 24-can pack of beer Saturday, October 27.
A Jacksonville attorney who was arrested February 3, 2011, and whose criminal case is still pending in Duval County Circuit Court, has been suspended by The Florida Bar for two years, according to records received by Historic City News in St Augustine today.