Today on Context Florida:
What is good for U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown is not necessarily good for Florida voters, black or white, writes Andrew Skerritt. That is clear from Circuit Judge Terry Lewis’ recent ruling that the redrawn district maps were flawed, unconstitutional and benefitted the Republican Party and incumbents.
District Circuit Court Judge Luis Garcia pulled the first thread that will unravel the Florida straightjacket prohibiting marriage equality, says Linda Cunningham, which is why you had better book that Key West venue now. If you are thinking romantic and myriad attendants, though, time’s a-wasting. Those exclusive venues go fast.
Charlie Crist’s campaign is in trouble and Jamie Miller notes that his pick for lieutenant governor is further proof. Crist made his selection more than 100 days away from the general election and he picked someone who only solidifies the Democratic base.
Rachel Patron was a guest at the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra’s benefit concert at the Annenberg Auditorium in Beverly Hills. Concert planners had never envisaged that war in Israel would be raging while their national orchestra played in the luxury of Beverly Hills. The coincidence is appropriate since the orchestra was born 78 years ago, in 1936, amid the persecution and bloodshed perpetrated by the Nazis against European Jews.