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Michael Priem: The Right to Be Wrong: Public Opinions, Private Data and Twitter’s Proposed...

I’ve received numerous requests to comment on Twitter’s new plan to start flagging what it considers abusive content from verified government officials, representatives and candidates. Like any other decent, rational, halfway intelligent person, I’ve thought twice about what my comments might be – and if I really want to comment at all.

Party Lines Hold in Florida Delegation Over Resolution Condemning Trump’s Tweets as ‘Racist’

Every Democrat in the Florida delegation voted for the resolution and every Republican representing the Sunshine State stood against it.

Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg Nail Down More Support in Florida

U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg both scored good marks during last week’s Democratic presidential debates in South Florida--and now they are building more support in the Sunshine State.

Marco Rubio Takes Aim at the Corporate Left Looking to Boycott Pro-Life States, Israel

On Tuesday, Rubio spoke with Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge at a Rule of Law Defense Event and weighed in on the Left’s efforts to boycott Israel and now states looking to embrace pro-life bills.

Most Twitter Users Are Younger, More Educated and Back the Democrats More Than Average...

The average Twitter user only posts around twice a month. Pew found the most prolific Twitter users produce around 138 a month.

Synan Says: The Real Top 25 in College Football, Week 11

There is an old saying that the squeaky wheel gets the grease. Is there a similar expression about the little dog that won’t stop yapping? The University of Central Florida (UCF) will host ESPN’s premier college football show this week and either expression could apply.