Henry Frederick's blog

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- Eighteen years have passed since that fateful day when blood was spilled on American soil by a foreign attacker - a day that lives in infamy as time marches on.

SANFORD, Fla. -- This is the most precious, and indeed, most prized photo of mine to this day - a snapshot in time taken in the early morning hours of Oct. 16, 1993, at Nyack Hospiital in Nyack, NY.

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- True leadership in law enforcemnt is not defined by how many "likes" one gets by having PIOs utilized as PR flaks to promote the misery and suffering or poor judgment of citizens with a bombardmnt of body cam videos...

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla -- On May 21, a countywide referendum special election, by mail ballot, will be conducted by the Supervisor of Elections to allow Volusia County voters to decide if the proposed half-cent local infrastructure sales tax should be approved. Headline Surfer has decided it will not take a stand for or against the proposal.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla -- I saw this pic overnight on County Councilwoman Deb Denys' Facebook page and there was just something about it that just stuck in my craw. 

SANFORD, Fla -- A year ago, I came up with this crazy gimmick for John Bolton, putting him on the classic television show, T Tell The Truth, after reading where President Trump had trouble reconciling with hiring John Bolton as his new national security advisor, principally because of get this: His walrus-like mustache.

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla -- What's in a new logo? Well, for starters, there's insight, intrigue and interest.

SANFORD, Fla. -- It was must-see TV for my wife, Sera, and I in our living room to witness whether President Trump would go off script in his State of the Union address and threaten to declare a national emergency to secure funding for his Wall along the southern border with Mexico. He didn't.

But Trump warned Democrats in the House Chambers that "Foolish wars, politics or ridiculous partisan investigations" would stop "an economic miracle" taking place in America under his administration.

DELAND, FLA. -- 685 days have passed since Sheriff Mike Chitwood, the Scumbag Eradicator, was sworn into office. His first deliberate action: Ban  Central Florida's most prolific reporter from his press conferences, cut off the email media alerts, deny the press cards -- do everything he can to minimize the threat that he knows can upstage his mediocrity and overt cartoonish mannerisms.

ORLANDO, Fla. -- The ruling by a judge in favor of CNN and White House Correspondent Jim Acosta gives me renewed hope in my own fight with Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood, a proven liar, an opportunist whose use of his office to limit my media capabilities clearly violates the law. 

Acosta returned to his post at the White House on Friday following a court ruling that forced the Trump administration to reinstate his press pass, CNN reported.