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Today on Context Florida: Picking our presidents, our half-right campaign, Time’s 100 Most Influential and online buying patterns

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Today on Context Florida: Now that Donald Trump is nearing the number of delegates necessary to assure him the Republican Party nomination and super delegates all but guarantee Hillary Clinton the Democratic nod, the 2016 presidential race is set. Are you excited about the choice? Steven Kurlander bets you are not. “Annoyed” is more like it. It’s a sure bet the next person you ask is not happy either. While many Americans are distressed about the choice, Kurlander says they also…

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Today on Context Florida: Jeb Bush & stuff happens, libertarian fail and taxing “carried interest”

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Today on Context Florida: Jac Wilder VerSteeg discusses Jeb Bush’s “stuff happens” comment and his campaign’s reaction to the reaction. He gives a little advice on how to deal with questions about the Second Amendment the next time there’s a mass shooting – and there is bound to be another one he has to deal with between now and the election, assuming he’s not out of the race quickly: Before you speak, Jeb, imagine that you are in a room alone…

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Today on Context Florida: Scott’s record of shame, Windows 10, hurricane gerrymandering and Lake Point

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Today on Context Florida: Diane Roberts tallies up Rick Scott’s scorecard of shame when it comes to the environment. Her personal favorite is the $174,078,574 in designated Amendment 1 money for salaries and overhead in the Department of Agriculture, DEP, FWC and the Department of State. The state is supposed to be paying salaries and insurance anyway, Roberts says, while pointing out that subsidizing the Department of Agriculture in its aiding and abetting of big polluters is just moronic. And contrary…

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Today on Context Florida: Donald Trump, Planned Parenthood and Angela Corey

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Today on Context Florida: Whether you love him or hate him (and there really is no in-between), Steven Kurlander says one has to admit Donald Trump has established a personal brand and fortune by being extremely brash, creative, and smart: all with a very flippant attitude. Now with Trump’s run for the White House, he is redefining American politics in terms of translating his brash, contentious style into what may be an unbeatable methodology of capturing the hearts and minds of…

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