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Sancho's Journal
Sancho's Journal
May 25, 2023

Who thinks that Jack Smith looks like Coach Beard (Brendan Hunt) from Ted Lasso?

Maybe SNL can get Brendan to do a skit?

April 26, 2023

What Disney movie do you think is next? I'll start...

The Lying King



April 10, 2023

New College on Academic Freedom...sponsored by United Faculty of Florida (part of FEA)

...from the United Faculty of Florida, professors, and others. Excellent discussion about what is really happening in Florida. You have to go to Youtube to watch it, unless someone knows a trick for posting on DU.

This is really worth watching if you are interested in higher education and DeSatan's takeover.

April 2, 2023

Survey: 1 In 8 Florida Incoming Freshmen Plan To Flee DeSantis's Education Policies


A survey released today finds that among Florida’s incoming college freshmen, dissatisfaction with Governor Ron DeSantis’s education policies runs deep—in some cases, deep enough to make them look for college opportunities in another state.

In March, Intelligent.com surveyed over 1,000 Florida students, including 783 still in high school and 364 current undergrads. Among the survey’s findings:

91% of prospective college students disagree with the governor’s policies.

DeSatan is the worst...
March 23, 2023

Florida GOP author of "Don't Say Gay" law pleads guilty to COVID fraud


Former Florida state Rep. Joseph Harding, who sponsored the so-called "Don't Say Gay" law banning the discussion of sexual orientation and gender identity in the state's primary school classrooms, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to fraudulently obtaining tens of thousands of dollars from a federal COVID relief program.

Harding at his hearing in the U.S. District Court for Northern Florida submitted a guilty plea for a single count each of wire fraud, money laundering and making false statements stemming from a six-count indictment in December, NBC News reported.

Harding, who resigned from his state House seat after his indictment, admitted to the crimes, reversing his earlier "not guilty" plea. A new court filing obtained by NBC found that the former lawmaker acknowledged that he made false statements when submitting an application for an economic injury disaster loan in December 2020. The company he listed had no business activity and was dormant at the time.

Harding fraudulently obtained $150,000 in COVID relief funds from the Small Business Administration, and then made three transfers, each more than $10,000, to his joint bank account in order to pay off his credit card and into a bank account for a business entity, the court documents showed.
March 16, 2023

This means the current injunction against "Stop Woke" in Florida is still in effect...for now.

DeSatan loses this time. Novoa is a professor at the University of South Florida. Diaz is a student.

This applies to higher education in Florida.


March 11, 2023

Cops rough up and arrest students at the University of South Florida...

Students are protesting DeSatan's new legislation and proposals.

March 2, 2023

In Florida, I may be a criminal to mention this: Act to Prohibit the Importation of Slaves, 3/2/1807


The Act Prohibiting Importation of Slaves of 1807 (2 Stat. 426, enacted March 2, 1807) is a United States federal law that provided that no new slaves were permitted to be imported into the United States. It took effect on January 1, 1808, the earliest date permitted by the United States Constitution.
This legislation was promoted by President Thomas Jefferson, who called for its enactment in his 1806 State of the Union Address. He and others had promoted the idea since the 1770s. It reflected the force of the general trend toward abolishing the international slave trade which Virginia, followed by all the other states, had prohibited or restricted since then. South Carolina, however, had reopened its trade. Congress first regulated against the trade in the Slave Trade Act of 1794. The 1794 Act ended the legality of American ships participating in the trade. The 1807 law did not change that—it made all importation from abroad, even on foreign ships, a federal crime.
The domestic slave trade within the U.S. was not affected by the 1807 law. Indeed, with the legal supply of imported slaves terminated, the domestic trade increased in importance. In addition, some smuggling of slaves persisted.
February 25, 2023

DeSatan voters? This place gets crazier every day...

Do you take your gator through the drive through at Wendy's???!?! I usually put mine in the car seat.


Florida man arrested for reportedly tossing gator into Wendy's

A Jupiter, Florida, man was arrested for throwing a live alligator into a Wendy's restaurant drive-through east of Loxahatchee, according to WPTV.

Joshua James, 23, was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, illegally killing, possessing or capturing an alligator, and second-degree larceny petit theft, according to the Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office.
He has not been released on bail as of Monday afternoon. WPTV reports that the incident occurred in October, but James had only been arrested recently by U.S. marshals.
Officials with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission told WPTV that James pulled up for his order, and after a server handed a drink and turned around, James tossed the 3 1/2-foot gator into the drive-through window.
December 8, 2022

You can debate how awful a governor that DeSatan is...but he's a terrible lawyer!

Just about all his actions are shot down - often by Trump appointed judges!


State of Florida agrees to dismiss case against whistleblower Rebekah Jones

The state of Florida determined on December 7, 2022 that its interests would best be served by dismissing its case for “exceeding authorized use of computer systems” against me, a charge stemming from the December 7, 2020 armed raid of my home.
I’m free…
…After I pay a $20,000 fee to police for “investigative costs,” inclusive of the time they spent pointing semi-automatic weapons at my two-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son on direct orders from Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.
No justice would be served by continuing the charade, but I must pay them regardless. In a judicial system adversarial to empathy, truth and human decency, I win a total dismissal… for a fee.
The state statute applied for the sole charge against me was struck down in June 2021 with the Van Buren v United States Supreme Court decision. We challenged the law, but the judge refused to hear arguments.
The conclusion of the two-years-long ordeal comes after I rejected multiple earlier plea offers from the state, who sought to settle the case without a trial early on.

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