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When The Florida Squeeze began publication in early 2013 the guiding mission was to give a progressive perspective on politics and other happenings here in Florida. The concept was to create a site that doesn’t engage in personality conflicts related to a party that is on a two-decade losing streak but to critically point out […]
A column published earlier today on the Florida Squeeze, referencing activist Leslie Wimes, has been withdrawn for failure to meet editorial standards. The piece is being evaluated by our team currently and has been removed from the site. Although the tone of the piece was intended to be facetious and is based on what many […]
We at The Florida Squeeze happily embrace the role of opposition party to President Trump’s megalomania. We are all too painfully aware that the Democrats don’t fill the proper role of an opposition party when out of power (as history has proven time and again nationally while we live it everyday here in Florida) so […]
Where was all the outrage from Democrats and the opposition party (the media) when our jobs were fleeing our country? — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 30, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js We at The Florida Squeeze happily embrace the role of opposition party to President Trump’s megalomania. We are all too painfully aware that the Democrats don’t […]
In the wake of the Democratic electoral debacle of 2016 (not to be confused with similar debacles of 2002, 2004, 2010 or 2014) TFS is inviting any Democrat, progressive or political thinker to pen a column for us. Consider this an open forum.
Brook Hines and Kartik Krishnaiyer will record the latest edition of our podcast tonight. Among the topics that will be discussed are: – Presidential campaign Where it stands in Florida Clinton email scandal and FBI Director James Comey’s actions Russia connection to Trump? National trends – US Senate race Murphy tax releases not forthcoming – […]
As our loyal readers have noticed, posting has been virtually non-existent on this site since May. Both Brook Hines and Kartik Krishnaiyer had political commitments through the August 30 primary that created time conflicts among other things. The opportunity costs of taking political clients on in a busy period forced both of us to drop […]