HUCKABEE ON THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE…8-23-2020…

HUCKABEE ON THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE…8-23-2020…

 

STILL YET UNOFFICIAL FROM THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE IN PALM BEACH COUNTY…WAITING FOR THE MAIL IN VOTES…

STILL YET UNOFFICIAL FROM THE SUPERVISOR OF ELECTIONS OFFICE IN PALM BEACH COUNTY…WAITING FOR THE MAIL IN VOTER…

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2020 PRIMARY ELECTION

Election Date: 8/18/2020

(Website last updated at: 08/19/2020 6:30:32 pm)
Registered Voters:
991,463
Ballots Cast:
263,186
Voter Turnout:
26.55%
Precincts Reporting:
0 / 872
Election Day:
Completely Reported
Early Votes:
Completely Reported
Vote By Mail:
Partially Reported
Unofficial Results
Precinct level results will be available with the Official Results
872 out 872 precincts reporting.
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Brian Mast (REP)
84.46%
22,539
Nick Vessio (REP)
15.54%
4,146
26,685
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Vic DeGrammont (REP)
46.20%
2,114
Greg Musselwhite (REP)
53.80%
2,462
4,576
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Christian Acosta (REP)
25.54%
8,705
Elizabeth Felton (REP)
7.09%
2,417
Laura Loomer (REP)
42.53%
14,500
Aaron Scanlan (REP)
9.43%
3,215
Reba Sherrill (REP)
3.13%
1,067
Michael Vilardi (REP)
12.28%
4,186
34,090
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Fran Flynn (REP)
22.27%
1,818
Jessica “Jessi” Melton (REP)
33.11%
2,703
James “Jim” Pruden (REP)
36.31%
2,964
Darlene Swaffar (REP)
8.32%
679
8,164
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Saulis Banionis (REP)
61.23%
4,197
Silmo Moura (REP)
38.77%
2,657
6,854
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Carl J. Domino (REP)
20.47%
1,548
Rick Kozell (REP)
43.46%
3,286
John Snyder (REP)
36.07%
2,727
7,561
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Karen Marcus (REP)
35.37%
7,649
Maria G. Marino (REP)
56.35%
12,185
Calvin D. Turnquest (REP)
8.28%
1,791
21,625
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Joe Budd (REP)
73.13%
49,334
Evan Turk (REP)
26.87%
18,131
67,465
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Cindy Falco-DiCorrado (REP)
25.33%
17,156
Cindy Tindell (REP)
74.67%
50,585
67,741
 (Vote For 2)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Robert Ted Masters (REP)
47.79%
65
Jesus Leonel Castillo Rondon (REP)
13.97%
19
Thomas Vaughn (REP)
38.24%
52
136
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Pam Keith (DEM)
81.33%
22,548
Oz Vazquez (DEM)
18.67%
5,176
27,724
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick (DEM)
34.01%
7,383
Alcee L. Hastings (DEM)
65.99%
14,326
21,709
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Lois Frankel (DEM)
86.01%
75,351
Guido Weiss (DEM)
13.99%
12,260
87,611
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Corinna Balderramos Robinson (DEM)
70.38%
2,148
Reinaldo Daniel Diaz (DEM)
29.62%
904
3,052
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Tina Polsky (DEM)
66.88%
28,253
Irving “Irv” Slosberg (DEM)
33.12%
13,993
42,246
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Kelly Skidmore (DEM)
52.04%
10,223
Michael D. Weinstein (DEM)
47.96%
9,421
19,644
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Omari Hardy (DEM)
43.24%
8,539
Al Jacquet (DEM)
26.07%
5,148
Philippe “Bob” Louis Jeune (DEM)
3.14%
620
Sienna Osta (DEM)
8.06%
1,592
Cedrick A. Thomas (DEM)
19.49%
3,849
19,748
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Ric L. Bradshaw (DEM)
61.34%
92,987
Alex Freeman (DEM)
38.66%
58,614
151,601
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Paulette V. Armstead (DEM)
28.18%
67,938
Wendy Sartory Link (DEM)
71.82%
173,116
241,054
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Peyton W. McArthur (DEM)
27.12%
11,480
Katherine M. Waldron (DEM)
72.88%
30,854
42,334
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Jean L. Enright (DEM)
55.26%
23,635
Clarence “Chief” Williams III (DEM)
44.74%
19,132
42,767
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Michele Brown (DEM)
42.41%
81
Jennifer Hudson (DEM)
57.59%
110
191
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Mary J. Bailey (DEM)
61.11%
154
Sharon W. Wacks (DEM)
38.89%
98
252
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Carly Loor (DEM)
31.58%
24
Kathleen Rowan McElroy (DEM)
68.42%
52
76
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Valerie Hernandez (DEM)
79.31%
207
Cayman Macdonald (DEM)
20.69%
54
261
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Gayle Harrell (DEM)
59.13%
230
Judy White-Pardee (DEM)
40.87%
159
389
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Ellen Ashford (DEM)
37.40%
49
Judith R. McGrath (DEM)
62.60%
82
131
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Tricia Hallison-Mischler (DEM)
34.63%
98
Christine Hemphill (DEM)
26.86%
76
Rachel McDermott (DEM)
38.52%
109
283
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Frederick Clifford Kohlmeyer (DEM)
37.39%
43
Alexander Schultz (DEM)
62.61%
72
115
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Marla Billig (DEM)
32.35%
120
Joan Paley (DEM)
67.65%
251
371
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Evelyn D. “Eve” Bailey (DEM)
58.52%
103
Marijo Beckman (DEM)
41.48%
73
176
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Hillary A. Keyes (DEM)
61.39%
124
Ingrid B. Johanson (DEM)
38.61%
78
202
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Barbara Tucker Dundee (DEM)
31.55%
112
Linda Rosenthal (DEM)
68.45%
243
355
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
William Alarie (DEM)
35.27%
85
Barry E. Martin (DEM)
64.73%
156
241
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Silvina B. Betzer (DEM)
27.51%
63
Amelia Rose (DEM)
72.49%
166
229
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Sandra Levitt (DEM)
65.71%
184
Mary Jane Range (DEM)
34.29%
96
280
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Jeffrey Gillen (NON)
61.81%
150,372
Henry Quinn Johnson (NON)
38.19%
92,894
243,266
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Jaimie Goodman (NON)
36.53%
89,020
Adam Myron (NON)
31.82%
77,531
Caryn Siperstein (NON)
31.65%
77,133
243,684
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Jaianna Seaborne (NON)
30.15%
71,406
Debra Moses Stephens (NON)
69.85%
165,437
236,843
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Barbara McQuinn (NON)
77.44%
31,750
Bonnie Jo Pettinga (NON)
22.56%
9,249
40,999
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Alexandria Marie Ayala (NON)
56.22%
13,349
David DiCrescenzo (NON)
20.17%
4,790
Virginia Savietto (NON)
23.60%
5,604
23,743
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Frank Anthony Barbieri Jr (NON)
59.83%
22,647
Suzanne Page (NON)
40.17%
15,205
37,852
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Nancy-Jo Feinberg (NON)
43.74%
9,915
Erin A. Wright (NON)
56.26%
12,753
22,668
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Steven M. Engel (NON)
55.14%
12,209
Eric Pendergraft (NON)
25.20%
5,580
William “Billy” Vale (NON)
19.65%
4,351
22,140
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Michael “Mike” Martinez (NON)
80.25%
18,914
Andre “Dre” Rajoo (NON)
19.75%
4,654
23,568
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
James “Jim” Davis (NON)
43.63%
10,330
Mike Grella (NON)
17.78%
4,210
Patricia Walker (NON)
38.59%
9,137
23,677
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
Yes (NON)
86.97%
494
No (NON)
13.03%
74
568
 (Vote For 1)
Choice
Percent
Votes
For (NON)
75.00%
6
Against (NON)
25.00%
2
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AN EMAIL SENT TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST FROM THE PALM BEACH NORTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE…8-4-2020…

AN EMAIL SENT TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST FROM THE PALM BEACH NORTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE…8-4-2020…

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Welcome to the Chamber Connect!
A weekly update giving you the latest and greatest news from the Chamber and the Palm Beach North community. The Chamber Connect will be delivered
every Tuesday.
Tuesday, August 4, 2020
We announced our big winner on Friday!
Congratulations to Alyssa Freeman on winning the grande prize of $1500.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the campaign and showed their love for local.
COVID-19 Updates
Mentorship Bootcamp Now First Come, First Serve
The Women in Business Council is dedicated to offering education and networking opportunities for Women in Business. WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp, presented by Lickstein Plastic Surgery, is an opportunity for women facing challenges affecting their career or business to grow personally and professionally. The three-month Bootcamp will offer one-on-one mentorship paired with a virtual classroom in three main focus areas: Public Speaking, Budgeting, and Goal Setting.
Upon the completion of the course, participants will have gained valuable knowledge and skills to advance their careers while building a network of personal and professional contacts.
Sessions include:
August 19: Public Speaking for the Virtual Speaker. Perfecting your introduction, story, and presentation.
September 16: Budgeting for Beginners, Presented by Financial Investment Network, Inc.
October 28: Goal Setting for Personal and Business Solutions, presented by Proffitt Management Solutions
Just because we are practicing social distancing, does not mean we have to stop engaging, learning and growing. We’ve got virtual events for you to keep you going.
TOMORROW
SHE Seminars: Smart. Honest. Effective.
Tomorrow @ 8AM
Welcome to our new open forum discussion with women business leaders who share ideas on ways to manage business successfully.
Topic: Professional Communication Etiquette – virtual meetings, email, social media, phone
Some ideas to contemplate:
  • How are you showing up in virtual settings? Are you dressed as if you would be meeting in-person?
  • How are you communicating with people via e-mail and even via text messaging?
  • Are you representing yourself appropriately on your social channels? Is your brand the same for your professional, as well as your personal image?
Wednesday, August 5 @ 8 AM
Members: $15 | Future Members: $25
*Women only
TOMORROW
Webinar: Working Smarter (and Saving Money!) Presented by I.T. Solutions
Tomorrow @ 11:30AM
Microsoft Teams is changing how business gets done. And chances are you’re already paying for it! Now it’s time to get the most from your Teams experience.
Forget the boring PowerPoint presentations. The “Teams Team” at I.T. Solutions of South Florida will open the Teams platform in real time and demonstrate everything from Teams basics, to how to pull off glitch-free presentations, to empowering your people to work effectively on any device, from any location, at any time.
Teams is more than just a collaboration tool. It’s already transforming how employees work, how companies sell, and how customers buy. Join us to find out how to make it work for your company.
Wednesday, August 5 @ 11:30 AM
FREE
Tech Toasts: Leadership Theme for Small Business Owners
Thursday @ 4PM
Tech Toasts are now FREE for members!
Social distancing does not have to prevent you from socializing. We invite you to join our Tech Toast each Thursday at 4 PM. Catch up with your peers and discuss how your business is dealing with the current situation.
This interactive virtual event is limited to 40 participants and we will break out into smaller groups. Feel free to bring in a glass of wine to bring the workday to a close.
This week’s theme is: The Conversation of Values in Leadership for Small Business Owners and Managers
Thursday, August 6 @ 4 PM
Members: FREE | Future Members: $10
New & Existing Member Orientation
Friday @ 8AM
The Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce invites all new members to a complimentary Orientation and Best Practices session. Attendees will receive information about the Chamber’s structure, events, community involvement, member benefits and resources, advocacy and more. In addition, we will review the various ways members can engage with our Chamber to ensure they are capitalizing on their membership.
Friday, August 7 @ 8 AM
FREE
NEXT WEEK
Young Professionals Monthly Mingle: 80’s & 90’s Trivia Night
Next Wednesday @ 6PM
Monthly Mingle is a new networking series from our Young Professionals Council. Make new connections or catch up with old friends in this laid-back, virtual setting while we continue to practice social distancing. Grab a drink and join us for 80s & 90s themed trivia night.
Although this event is hosted by the Palm Beach North Young Professional’s Council, anyone is welcome to join.
Wednesday, August 12 @ 6 PM
FREE
LOOKING AHEAD
Business Before Hours: Legislative Update
Last Wednesday we held our first Business Before Hours since the pandemic began to affect events. Senator Bobby Powell, Senator Gayle Harrell, Representative MaryLynn Magar and Representative Mike Caruso spoke about topics relevant to our local community.
With safety precautions and social-distancing in place, we had about 30 VIPs in attendance at the event, and streamed the program live on Facebook, garnering over 1.5K views. Watch here.
Thank you to our Corporate Sponsors: FPL, The Palm Beach Post, Palm Beach Kennel Club
and our Coffee Sponsor: Lesser Lesser Landy & Smith. Coffee provided by Oceana Coffee.
Watch this video from our friends at Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center:
Your Safety is Our Priority - Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
Survey Reviews from:
Women in Business Virtual Connect: Strengthen Your Mind and Body to Thrive Presented by iThink Financial (7/30)
“Loved the breakout room format and would love to participate in future events!”
“Really fun and informative. Thank you!”
“great event – do it again.”
On the first Tuesday of each month, we will feature our new members. Help us welcome the following businesses to the Chamber family!
New Trustee:
Ribbon Cutting Grand Opening LoveLee 4Life
Come join us as we celebrate the grand opening of our medical practice LoveLee 4Life on 8/5/20 at 4PM. All of our attendees will receive a 20% off gift certificate to use on either health, wellness or aesthetic services by 9/31/20. We look forward to seeing you there. Read more.
New York-based Fitness Concept to Open First Florida Franchise
Labeling herself as the most “unlikely” fitness center owner, Neiman Marcus Human Resources Executive and self-proclaimed yo-yo dieter Lianne Deitch believes being the first Florida franchisee of Journey 333 Fitness is the smartest decision of her life. The unique fitness facility is scheduled to open at Crystal Cove Plaza at 1201 US-1 in North Palm Beach this Fall. Read more.
AMB Performance Group invites chamber members to participate in ‘Business Owners Speak Out’ series
ActionCOACH – AMB Performance Group invites chamber members to participate in ‘Business Owners Speak Out” series, a collection of short interviews and education from local business owners with amazing insights into today’s challenges.  Read more.
What is “pre-suit” divorce mediation?
“Pre-suit” divorce mediation is a non-adversarial alternative to divorce litigation. It is a voluntary process chosen by couples that have decided to divorce, but who want to avoid the financial and emotional costs associated with retaining attorneys and litigating their disputes. A couple who chooses pre-suit divorce litigation is choosing to work together with their mediator to resolve all issues related to their divorce and separation. Read more.
Have a story to tell? Let us know! Chamber members can submit press releases through ChamberMaster.

SHERIFF RIC L. BRADSHAW IS TAKING CONTROL OF HIS OFFICE AS ALL SHERIFFS SHOULD… ( THIS IS A RE-POST)…POPBP DID THE ORIGINAL : )

SHERIFF RIC L. BRADSHAW IS TAKING CONTROL OF HIS OFFICE AS ALL SHERIFFS SHOULD..

SINCE THIS IS A PREMIER PRODUCTION, THE ACTUAL AUDIO WITH VIDEO STARTS @ EITHER 4:16.44 OR 31:61.00 in this professional video

THE AUDIO OF THE FIRST 4 MINUTES AND 15 SECONDS HAD TO BE REMOVED DUE TO “COPYRIGHTS”. IT IS A SHAME THAT ONE HAS TO PAY TO RECORD AN EXPERT AND AWESOME SINGERS VERSION OF FRANCIS SCOTT KEYS ” STAR SPANGLED BANNER ” CHECK THIS LINK: https://www.suiter.com/the-national-a… THAT HAVING BEEN TYPED, ENJOY THE COLOR GUARD AND THE 1ST 4:16.16 WITHOUT AUDIO AS YOU WAIT ON SHERIFF RIC L. BRADSHAW TO SWEAR IN HIS NEW OFFICERS. YOU WILL LOVE THIS ONE ; ) IN THE MEAN TIME HERE IS THE HISTORY BRIEFED BY AN UNREPORTED AUTHOR WITHOUT HAVING IT COPYRIGHTED. ( HISTORY OF THE PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE ) PALM BEACH COUNTY WAS ESTABLISHED APRIL 30, 1909, BECAME THE STATE’S 47TH COUNTY. OF THE 67 FLORIDA COUNTIES, IT IS THE 3RD LARGEST IN POPULATION, AND THE LARGEST COUNTY EAST OF THE MISSISSIPPI RIVER IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. THE ESTIMATED 2015 POPULATION IS 1,320,134, AND THE COUNTY SPANS 2,386 SQUARE MILES. THE PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS THE 8TH LARGEST SHERIFF;S OFFICE IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. IT PROVIDES LAW ENFORCEMENT TO RESIDENCE OF PALM BREACH COUNTY, BOTH CIVIL AND CRIMINAL. SHERIFF RIC L. BRADSHAW IS THE 13TH INDIVIDUAL TO SERVE AS THE COUNTY’S CHIEF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER! OUR PALM BEACH COUNTY SHERIFF AND HIS OFFICERS NUMBER OVER 4,000 AND SERVE IN SEVERAL CAPACITIES. LAW ENFORCEMENT, CORRECTIONS, AND OTHER BENEFICIAL APPLICATIONS. THE SHERIFF IS AN ELECTED OFFICIAL HE/SHE SERVES THE LEGAL RESIDENCE OF HIS COUNTY UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THAT OFFICE IS SOVEREIGN. THIS OFFICE IS SO CONSTITUTIONALLY EMBEDDED THAT HONORABLE RIC L. BRADSHAW COULD ORDER ALL THE FEDERAL AGENCIES OUT OF HIS COUNTY IF HE CHOSE TO. I AM SURE OUR SHERIFF WOULD NOT DO THAT AS IT WOULD CAUSE HAVOC IN AS MUCH AS THE SCHOOLS WOULD LOSE THEIR FEDERAL FUNDING, MEDICAID AND MEDICARE WOULD NO LONGER BE FUNDED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, AND THERE WOULD BE NO HOMELAND SECURITY OR BORDER PROTECTION. I KNOW BROTHER SHERIFF RIC BRADSHAW WOULD NEVER DO THIS; HOWEVER, THIS IS THE POWER HELD IN THE HANDS OF THIS THE SHERIFFS OFFICE AND ALL THE OTHERS ACROSS THIS UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. IT IS THIS WRITERS OPINION THAT MORE PEOPLE SHOULD READ THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

SINCERELY,

GEORGE BLACK JR. (EDITOR/STAFF WRITER) AUDIO/VIDEOGRAPHER).

EMAIL SENT TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST FROM THE PALM BEACH NORTH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE…10-15-2019…

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Welcome to the Chamber Connect!
A weekly newsletter giving you the latest and greatest news from the Chamber and the Palm Beach North community. The Chamber Connect will be delivered every
Tuesday morning.
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
Young Professionals Luncheon is this Friday!
Join the Young Professionals of Palm Beach North for their quarterly Development Luncheon on Friday, October 18 at Cucina Cabana from 11:30 – 1 PM.
The topic of this luncheon is Health & Wellness in the Workplace. Guests will enjoy networking and a plated lunch while hearing from a panel of speakers.
Panel Guests:
Mary Baker
Mary Baker is a former teacher and a Board-Certified Cognitive Specialist. She joined Brain Balance Achievement Centers in South Carolina almost ten years ago, with six years of experience in the field of education.
Travis Thomas
Travis Thomas is a performance coach and Founder of ‘Live Yes And…’, sharing his interactive and inspiring message of purpose, authenticity and collaboration to companies, sports teams and schools across the U.S. For over 20 years, Travis has performed as an improvisational comedian and corporate training specialist.
Dr. Alessandra Colón
Dr. Alessandra Colón’s passion for wellness started at a young age of 14, after surviving stage 4 cancer. Empowered by her love for life and health she is now skilled with proficiencies in sports therapy, rehabilitation, internal medicine and nutritional guidance.
Luncheon Sponsor: Lickstein Plastic Surgery
Interested in being featured in our ‘Chamber Spotlight’? Contact Dante@PBNChamber.com for more information!
Have a story to tell? Let us know! Submit your press releases, business news or local community news to Emily@PBNChamber.com to be featured in our ‘In the Community’ section.
Influencer Economy: Growing your Business with Digital Influencers with
Alyson Seligman
Thursday, October 17
8 – 10 AM
The Gardens Mall (Community Room)
Host Sponsor
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Young Professionals Luncheon: Health & Wellness in the Workplace
Friday, October 18
11:30 – 1 PM
Cucina Cabana
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Thursday, November 7
5 – 7 PM
Cucina Cabana
Host Sponsor
2019 Woman of the Year Luncheon
Thursday, November 14
11:30 – 1 PM
Wyndham Grand Jupiter at Harbourside Place
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THE PALM BEACH COUNTY SHOOTING RANGE HAS BEEN STALLED MULTIPLE TIMES. IF THEY DO NOT WORK IT OUT, I MIGHT JUST GO OUT THERE AND CHECK THE FACILITY MYSELF. I HOPE ALL THE BROTHER AND SISTER NEWS NETWORKS ARE THERE FOR THE SHOW…

THE PALM BEACH COUNTY SHOOTING RANGE HAS BEEN STALLED MULTIPLE TIMES. IF THEY DO NOT WORK IT OUT, I MIGHT JUST GO OUT THERE AND CHECK THE FACILITY MYSELF. I HOPE ALL THE BROTHER AND SISTER NEWS NETWORKS ARE THERE FOR THE SHOW…

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Palm Beach County Shooting Sports Park

About this range:

This public shooting facility is under construction. It is being built by the FWC in partnership with Palm Beach County.  It will feature rifle and handgun ranges, sporting clays, 5-stand, skeet, and American and Olympic trap. Phase I of the project (rifle and handgun ranges) is supported through funding from the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Program (WSFR). Additional support and funding are provided by Palm Beach County, the National Rifle Association, and the Fish and Wildlife Foundation of Florida. This center is being created to offer target shooting enthusiasts a place to gain skills and knowledge for safe, responsible firearms handling and target shooting.

 

Phone:

To be posted when the facility opens

County:

Palm Beach

Location:

Accessible from Seminole Pratt Whitney Road – towards the main entrance to J.W. Corbett Wildlife Management Area and Everglades Youth Conservation Center Camp.

GPS Coordinates:

26°51’04.39”N

80°17’31.50”W

Menu:

  • 6-position 300-yard rifle range
  • 20-position 200-yard rifle range
  • 20-position 100-yard rifle range
  • 42-position 25/50-meter rifle/handgun range
  • 30-position 10-meter/50-foot handgun range
  • Automated 14-station sporting clays course
  • Automated 5-stand sporting clays field
  • 9 automated skeet fields
  • 6 automated American trap fields
  • 5 automated International (Olympic) trap fields

Cost:

To be posted before the facility opens

Forms of Payment:

To be posted before the facility opens

Hours:

To be posted before the facility opens

Closures:

Currently under construction

Supervision:

The rifle and handgun ranges will be supervised by range safety officers and volunteers

Amenities:

  • Target frames on the rifle and handgun ranges will be provided. Shooters must bring targets to attach to the center of the frames or they can purchase targets in the concession store.
  • Concession store will have restrooms and drinking water, eye and ear protection, ammunition and other convenience items for sale. Rental shotguns and clay carts will be available for the sporting clay course.

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EMAIL FROM THE JEWISH POLICY CENTER TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST…

EMAIL FROM THE JEWISH POLICY CENTER TO THE PORT OF PALM BEACH POST…

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INSIGHT

Patiently Squeezing Iran

Shoshana Bryen  July 19, 2019 • American Thinker

Syrian regime forces look at the horizon from a hill in Bir Qabaqib, west of Deir Ezzor on September 4, 2017. (Photo: AFP)

What appears to be an oil tanker war brewing in the Red Sea and beyond, including the downing of an Iranian drone by a U.S. Navy ship, is more evidence that Iran is showing the strain of American-led sanctions and reluctant European acknowledgment that appeasing the Islamic Republic is a losing proposition. Cornered, Iran is aggressively pushing back on the West even as Foreign Minister Javad Zarif used an American platform to suggest talks with Washington. (He tried to walk his words back, but his problem is clear.)

Iran has been riding high for a long time — not as high as it might have wanted to think, or as high as some Americans had feared — but the 21st century has, until now, been good for Tehran. The 2011 American withdrawal from Iraq gave the mullahs political and military influence in a major oil-producing country as well as a pathway to pursue its interests in Syria. Iran’s management of Yemen’s Houthi minority gave it a base in the Red Sea, providing an avenue for transfer of weapons to the unstable countries along the coast and to jihadists in Egypt’s Sinai, and for harassing the Sunni oil-producing states and international shipping.

The entire edifice, however, stood on the shaky pillar of money. The 2015 JCPOA (the “Iran deal”) provided that money, meaning Iran didn’t have to choose among its nefarious and expensive activities – or between those activities and the needs of its people. The deal supplied legitimacy, too, but Iran cared about legitimacy only as it allowed for moneymaking.

President Trump has squeezed the money flow and squeezed Iran in Syria. And Iran has begun to fail.

Iran and Russia are jockeying over the remains of the Syrian corpse. Russia is winning, in part because Iran has no money for bribes or military activity. Russia has taken over reconstruction; not of homes, farms and utilities, but of a new government for Bashar Assad. Asia Times reported on Russian changes among top-level Syrian generals and their replacement with:

…products of the post-2011 order, well-versed in warfare, and backed and trained by the Russians… (with) very little room left in their careers as they approach the age of 60. Meaning, they will collectively be retired by 2021. Appointing officers who are so close to retirement is seemingly part of Russia’s vision for revamping the security services… Things are notably different now, as most officers of Bashar’s old guard, who led the government offensive in 2011-2015 are either retired or dead.

Iran has no role, and none in the Russian-led creation of a panel of a Syrian government committee for international talks on a new constitution.  “Assad and the Russian envoy agreed to continue working and intensely coordinate between both sides on the next steps, especially in forming a committee for discussing the constitution and the mechanisms and procedures of its work,” said a recent government statement.

Humiliating as that is, it’s worse to find the United States and Israel jointly monitoring the Iranian base at Bukamal, with no apparent interference from Russia — or Syria. According to Israeli sources, along with Iranian military officers, the base holds telecommunications, weapons stockpiles, and members of Iranian Shiite militias from Hezb’allah, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan. The base, however, is located directly across the Euphrates River from American and allied Syrian forces. Couple this with the American garrison at al-Tanf in the south overlooking the Baghdad-Damascus Highway and the most important Iranian military movements in Syria are under American surveillance. Along with that of the Israel Air Defense Force.

Having Assad remain in power under Russian control is not an optimal outcome for Syria and the Syrian people. It is, however, status quo ante bellum. Russia was there before and Russia is there now. Iran appears to have retained no levers of power.

On American television last week, Zarif was both cajoling and threatening. He followed up on Twitter, as is his habit.

Had we wanted to develop nuclear weapons we would have been able to do it long time ago. We have the capability. We have always had the capability — for many years but we decided… not to develop nuclear weapons. @JZarif 2/3

And that decision stands. And if President Trump really wants to make sure that #Iran never produces nuclear weapons, there are ways of doing that. @JZarif 3/3

Wait a second — didn’t Ayatollah Khomeini issue a fatwa against nuclear weapons? JCPOA supporters said there would never be Iranian nuclear weapons because they were forbidden, but now Zarif wants to be paid to ensure that Iran doesn’t do what it isn’t entitled to do.

The time for paying off Iran is over. Continuing the squeeze on Iranian assets, coupled with international backing for freedom of navigation in the Red Sea and Persian Gulf seems a better bet. But for that, we will need more patience.

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