Capital Tiger Bay Club

Capital Tiger Bay Club: John Morgan

Sep 6, 2019

Perhaps the state of Florida's best-known personal injury lawyer brought his always colorful and outspoken views to the Capital Tiger Bay Club on August 28.  John Morgan, founder of Orlando-based Morgan & Morgan, talked about how his original support for medical marijuana had now led him to also support recreational marijuana.  He revealed his personal spiritual journey and philosophy of life.  And he blasted Andrew Gillum, the Democratic candidate for governor that Morgan supported with millions of dollars in campaign contributions last year, only to realize millions of those dollars h

Roger Stone Speaks At Capital Tiger Bay Club Event

Feb 7, 2018
Andrew Quintana / WFSU

The Capital Tiger Bay Club hosted controversial political consultant Roger Stone this week. In classic Stone fashion, the former lobbyist held nothing back, and expressed his views on everything Trump and Russia related.

Rick Wilson may be based in Tallahassee, Florida, but he is among the nation’s most prominent – and outspoken – Republican strategists.  He was also among the first members of his party to oppose the candidacy and now the presidency of Donald Trump.  On August 16th, he shared those objections with the Capital Tiger Bay Club in his hometown and speculated how the Trump administration has shaken the country’s political landscape to its core.

Capital Tiger Bay Club: John Morgan

Feb 7, 2017

The often outspoken (and sometimes blunt) Central Florida Trial Lawyer John Morgan hasn’t officially announced his candidacy for Florida governor in 2018.  But his address before the Capital Tiger Bay Club on February 2 certainly seemed like a preliminary to that contest.  Morgan talked about decriminalizing marijuana, supporting public school teachers and how a confirmed capitalist can also be a loyal Democrat.

The two finalists who are facing each other in November 8th General Election for Florida House District 9 had a Capital Tiger Bay Club faceoff on Sept. 9.  Democrat (and former occupant of that seat) Lorrane Ausley and political newcomer, Republican Jim Messer talked about their differences (and surprising number of political and philosophical similarities) before Tiger Bay members. Recorded on 9/9/16.

The four contenders for the office of Leon County Sheriff spoke before the August 11 meeting of the Capital Tiger Bay Club at the Donald L. Tucker Civic Center: Incumbent Sheriff Mike Wood; and challengers Tommy Mills; Walt McNeal; and Charlie Strickland.  The discussion was moderated by Tampa Bay Times Tallahassee Bureau Chief Steve Bousquet.

Recorded: 08-11-2016

Capital Reporters Review Legislative Session(s)

Jul 16, 2015

After the yearly legislative session, one of the more eagerly awaited occasions is the regular reporters’ roundtable hosted by the Capital Tiger Bay Club.  But the unusual circumstances of this year, which included a sudden early adjournment and return of lawmakers for a special budget session, delayed that roundtable by more than a month.