Republican stance on big business, according to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis

DeSantis stated that Republicans’ approach to and way of thinking about big business needs to change in an hour-long speech before the National Conservatism Conference on Sunday evening. He claimed that his experiences in Florida serve as a “lesson for those on the right” in making this claim.

In his keynote address to a welcoming audience at the JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort, DeSantis said, “Corporatism is not the same as free enterprise, and I think too many Republicans have viewed limited government as basically meaning whatever is best for corporate America is that how we are want to do the economy.”

At Boynton 9/11 ceremony, appeals to ‘remember the life of service and sacrifice’

The terrorist events of September 11, 2001, are more than two decades old now, and attempts to remember and learn from the catastrophe are growing both more difficult and important, attendees and organisers at a commemorative ceremony on Sunday said.

About 100 firefighters, military veterans, city officials, and locals gathered at Tom Kaiser, USN, Boynton Beach Veterans Memorial Park in the heart of the city to commemorate the attacks of 11 September 2001 with acts of remembrance and gestures of sadness.

According to Boynton Beach Fire-Rescue Chief Hugh Bruder, “We want this event to help remind us every day.” It is beneficial for me to think about why I joined the fire service.

Arizona’s Blake Masters says that voters are wondering why Washington Republicans aren’t making more of an effort to support him

While confident of winning in November, Masters stated in an interview at the National Conservatism Conference that more “air cover” in the shape of outside advertising and spending was necessary.

The grassroots in Arizona are saying, “Like, where’s D.C.? Why aren’t they investing, this election is extremely close,” said Masters. “It’s not my position to question, but that’s what I hear.” “D.C. may be a couple weeks behind, but as a candidate, I’m doing my job,”

According to Masters, the election has become more competitive, with some polls showing a close contest in the Grand Canyon State between him and Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly.

Katie Hobbs, a Democrat, rejects the Arizona governor debate

The campaign for Democratic candidate for governor of Arizona Katie Hobbs said on Sunday that she would not engage in a debate with Republican candidate Kari Lake, ending all discussions with Lake and the state panel in charge of debates.

The choice was made after Hobbs, who is presently the secretary of state, tried for more than a week to have the debate divided into individual half-hour interviews with the moderator. That suggestion was categorically rejected on Thursday by the Citizens Clean Elections Commission, which has hosted debates with candidates for legislative and statewide seats for the past 20 years.

Instead, the commission gave Hobbs a week to reach a compromise and instructed its staff to work with her to propose small changes to the discussion.

Harrisd and Indiana Jones have reconnected after 38 years apart

Ke Huy Quan, who portrayed Jones’ witty sidekick in “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” posted two images of Harrison Foron Ford and Ke Huy Quan, stars of “Indiana Jones,” get back together after 38 years.

Short Round and himself backstage at the D23 Expo on Instagram on Saturday, September 10.

The statement refers to a scene in the 1984 movie where his character brings Jones back to reality just in time for the two of them to rescue the day. The actor captioned the picture, “‘I love you, Indy.’ Indiana Jones and Short Round reunited after 38 years.”

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