Publisher's Column

WAVERLY, Ohio -- With another horrific mass shooting, this time in New Zealand, the blame game begins while Muslim victims’ bodies are still warm.

WAVERLY, Ohio -- Connecticut’s Supreme Court rules Gun Manufacturer that made AR-15 style rifle that was used in the Sandy Hook school massacre in 2012, can be sued by Newtown victims' families.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH, Fla -- As a family, discuss your financial status and make a commitment not to overspend.

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.

EDGEWATER, Fla -- About the time all the nastiness in Edgewater began near the end of October, I started to feel sick to my stomach.

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.

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- The long-held American standard set forth in Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address of “government of the people, by the people, for the people” is blatantly being trampled on in the City of Edgewater.   

EDGEWATER, Fla. -- Watching a literal sea of people walking from their countries toward ours for freedom was sobering for me. It terrifies me about what is going to happen to them in the end.