Speakers at the Voter Values Summit. I recognize a handful of names like Donald Trump, Kevin Sorbo and I’ve heard of Duck Dynasty but most are unfamiliar to me. Rep. Michele Bachmann Former United States Representative of Minnesota Joseph Backholm President, Family Policy Institute of Washington Dr. Hunter Baker Univerity Fellow for Religious Liberty Steve Bannon Executive Chairman, Breitbart News George Barna Executive Director, American Faith & Culture Institute Gary Bauer President, American Values Andrew Beckwith President, Massachusetts Family Institute David & Jason Benham Best-selling authors and entrepreneurs Dr. Bill Bennett Author and Radio Host Lt. Gen. Jerry Boykin Executive Vice President of Family Research Council Rob Chambers National Field Director, AFA Action David Daleiden Citizen Journalist and Project Lead, Center for Medical Progress Chuck Donovan President, Charlotte Lozier Institute Jeremy Dys Deputy General Counsel, First Liberty William Federer President, Amerisearch Brigitte Gabriel Founder, ACT! for America Frank Gaffney Founder, Center for Security Policy Dr. Sebastian Gorka Former Strategist to President Trump; Chief Strategist of the MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN Coalition Rep. Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.) Hon. John Hostettler Former United States Representative of Indiana Laura Ingraham Best-selling Author and Syndicated Host Rep. Mike Johnson (R-La.) Dr. Alveda King Pastoral Associate, Priests for Life Director, Civil Rights For the Unborn Jo Kwong Director of Economic Opportunity, The Philantrophy Roundtable Dana Loesch Best-selling Author and Host of the Nationally-syndicated Radio Program, “The Dana Show” Jeanne Mancini President, March for Life Jennifer Marshall VP for the Institute of the Family, Community and Opportunity, The Heritage Foundation Emmett McGroarty Education Director, American Principles Project Rep. Mark Meadows (R-Nc.) Roy Moore Former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Jerry Newcombe Senior producer, radio host, columnist, D. James Kennedy Ministries Lt. Col. Oliver North Syndicated Columnist Tony Perkins President, Family Research Council and FRC Action Dr. Walid Phares Author and Professor Dr. Everett Piper President, Oklahoma Wesleyan University Al Robertson Duck Dynasty Phil Robertson Duck Dynasty Lila Rose Founder and President, LiveAction Cathy Ruse Senior Fellow for Legal Studies, Family Research Council Howard Russell President and CEO, Christian Healthcare Ministries Kamal Saleem President and Founder, Koome Ministries House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) Elizabeth Schultz Fairfax County School Board Member Dr. Linda Smith President & COO, D. James Kennedy Center for Christian Statesmanship Kevin and Sam Sorbo Award-winning Actors and Producers Peter Sprigg Sr. Fellow for Family Studies, Family Research Council Erick Stakelbeck Host of “The Watchmen”, CBN News, News Correspondent, CUFI Todd Starnes Radio Host, The Todd Starnes Show Mat Staver Founder and President, Liberty Counsel John Stemberger President and General Counsel, Florida Family Policy Dr. Carol Swain Author; Former Professor, Vanderbilt University Nicole Theis President and Executive Director, Delaware Family Policy Council Donald Trump President of the United States Rep. Mark Walker (R-N.C.) Lathan Watts Director of Community Relations, First Liberty Dan Weber Founder and CEO, AMAC Travis Weber Director, Center for Religious Liberty, Family Research Council; Frank Wolf Former U.S. Congressman (R-Va) Dr. Frank Wright CEO, D. James Kennedy Center for Christian Statesmanship

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I only take ssue with the last part of your last sentence. You’re an attendee at a large concert with lots of people who have lots of guns. You hear shots being fired. You see lots of people around you with guns. There’s panic and confusion. You visually identify who you think might be the shooter. You shoot. Someone dies. They’re not the shooter. If you watch the videos, you’ll see there was a long stretch of time before anybody could tell where it was coming from, even the large abundant police presence who were already there for the crowds and who responded immediately. In this particular case, no. You’re mistaken. There WERE a lot of people there carrying guns and they responded.

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By all accounts, the shooter was nothing extraordinary. He liked risky gambling, owned guns, moved to Las Vegas from Florida to get closer to the gambling and got a decent home in a golf community. So, who knows. Can’t seem to get the “Pumped Up Kicks” song out of my head though. ” The house in Mesquite is in a retirement community, Sun City Mesquite, an upscale development of about 1400 homes. The community includes an 18-hole golf course, indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a recreation center. Residents must be at least 55 years old, and no children are allowed. The gunman worked for the predecessor company of aerospace and defense giant Lockheed Martin from 1985 to 1988, the company said in a statement. The company did not release further details about his employment there. “

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Florida received a lot of support after Hurricane Irma but not unprecedented. Hurricane Katrina probably received the biggest response. “By Sept. 7, 2005, nine days after Katrina made landfall, operations included 17,417 active-duty troops, 42,990 National Guardsmen, 20 U.S. ships, 360 helicopters and 93 military planes, according to a Congressional Research Service report” and that’s only counting military response. I hope Puerto Rico gets the response needed. Category 5 would have devastated anybody.

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That was worth watching. I started watching while Scott was talking and he went over some specifics as to everything they’re doing and needs to be done. He went over specifics as to the needs of Puerto Rico, he went through his own experiences with Irma, how they’re the same and how they’re VERY different situations. They need generators. They need trucks to move things out of the ports. Puerto Rico is a mountain island and has unique issues. He’s welcoming students from Puerto Rico to continue their educations at Florida state schools at in-Florida rates. Working on re-opering some evacuation centers so people have a place to stay during recovery. I’m impressed with Gov Scott. He’s saying and doing the kinds of things I expect someone in his position should do and then some.

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