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    Ted X Tampa Bay Nails it Big At the Palladium

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    By Fred Arnold Ted X Talks came to Tampa Bay September 5, 2015, and put on an invigorating session that fueled the audience at the Palladium Theater. Sitting in the theater with the smell of age drifting silently beneath ones nose brought a unique collage of senses to life as the red, black, and white […]

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    Political Games: This Week in Politics 8/28-9/04

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    Political Games: This Week in Politics 8/28-9/04 Senators and Wikipedia, the Disappearing Facts: A study done by prestigious schools, such as the University of California and Yale, found that information posted about Senators that portrayed a negative view were taken down much faster than other types of information. The statistics ranged from 29% to 36% […]

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    David Jolly Gives SPC the Scoop on His Senate Race

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    By Fred Arnold David Jolly announced his plans to run for Senate last month. Will the predecessor of Bill Young step up and make it to the Senate? District 13 (Pinellas County), considered evenly divided politically, found itself in a predicament when the Supreme Court ruled the district lines as unconstitutional. “We had a district […]

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    Political Games: This Week in Politics 8/20-8/27

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    Hillary and Her Emails: Hillary Clinton has long been criticized for her personnel use of an email account meant to be used for work purposes. Coming upon the date she will stand before a committee about the issue, Clinton has stated her responsibility in the situation. “I take responsibility for that decision, and I want […]

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    Political Games: This week in Politics 8/12-8/19

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    Prime Time Debate or Was It: The Republican candidates spoke two weeks ago. They talked about issues ranging from electability, to immigration, to campaign funding. One thing it all had in common: no clear plan can be deduced from any candidate – except Dr. Carson. Each candidate pushed for some type of change, but in […]

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