Today on Context Florida: Gaming, confederates, judges, and the lesson of Young’s 22 terms

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Today on Context Florida, Peter Schorsch probes recent columns in the New York Times, Sunshine State News, and the Spectrum report on gaming to conclude that the side winning the casino debate is still a coin-flip.

Then, Mark Ferrulo asks why Rubio is blocking the nomination of Miami-Dade County Circuit Court Judge William Thomas to a seat on the federal bench; and Linda Cunningham writes that the Tea Party movement demonstrates the “unhealed legacy” of the Civil War with the resurrection of “neo-Confederate” rhetoric.

Finally, Steve Kurlander makes a perfect example Bill Young and how the 22-term congressman “proved that term limits are not the answer to fixing our broken political system.

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