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Jeb Bush criticizes President Barack Obama’s executive orders on guns

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A set of President Obama’s gun-control executive actions show “an utter disregard for the Second Amendment,” presidential hopeful Jeb Bush said in a guest commentary for The Gazette published Tuesday. “Barack Obama has proved again why he will go down as one of the most liberal and divisive presidents in the history of our nation,” the former Florida governor wrote in the guest column in the Iowa newspaper. “Obama’s declaration that he will impose his gun control agenda by executive…

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Today on Context Florida: Legislative dysfunction, Jeb & race, public shaming, shrinkage and affordable housing

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Today on Context Florida: The Florida Senate and several communities hoping to receive state money for local projects or programs are unhappy, says Bob Sparks. The public food fight between legislative chambers and the governor was an embarrassment that could have serious ramifications. Florida Republicans are giving the Democratic National Committee a layup of an opportunity to portray both legislative chambers and executive leadership as dysfunctional. All they need are news clips from the past four months. So Jeb! didn’t know.…

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NY Post: Michael Bloomberg & Jeb Bush’s bromance

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Insiders are buzzing over the intense mutual admiration society that has formed between Mayor Michael Bloomberg and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and wondering what the two are planning for the future. “There’s something going on there,” said one City Hall veteran. “This is a lot more than, they’re on the same side when it comes to education.” The conservative Bush and the moderate ex-Republican mayor have hit it off. Bloomberg appointed Bush to the board of his foundation and…

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NY Post: Michael Bloomberg & Jeb Bush’s bromance

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Insiders are buzzing over the intense mutual admiration society that has formed between Mayor Bloomberg and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush and wondering what the two are planning for the future. “There’s something going on there,” said one City Hall veteran. “This is a lot more than, they’re on the same side when it comes to education.” The conservative Bush and the moderate ex-Republican mayor have hit it off. Bloomberg appointed Bush to the board of his foundation and has…

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Online sportsbooks set betting odds for next president

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If you don’tthink Barack Obama is still going to be president in 2013 and feel like putting down a few bets on the GOP frontrunners, you could make a lot of money on the online sportsbooks that have set odds for who will be the next president.  It’ll cost you $125 to make $100 on an Obama win, but you could make 7 to 1 on your money if Mitt Romney wins and 9 to 1 if Sarah Palin ushers in…

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Now that he’s behind, here are 10 ways Charlie Crist can turn his campaign around

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Dear Charlie, Let’s try this again. It’s been a long time since I helped out on one of your campaigns. In fact, I think the last time we worked together you were running for…the U.S. Senate (do you remember the time when, on our way back from campaigning with Ollie North in Panama City, my car tire blew out and I got stranded in Chiefland?). A lot has changed since 1998. You began this race as the front-runner with all…

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Now that he’s behind, here are 10 ways Charlie Crist can turn his campaign around

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Dear Charlie, Let’s try this again. It’s been a long time since I helped out on one of your campaigns. In fact, I think the last time we worked together you were running for…the US Senate (do you remember the time when, on our way back from campaigning with Ollie North in Panama City, my car tire blew out and I got stranded in Chiefland?). A lot has changed since 1998. You began this race as the front-runner with all…

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