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I'll start Tuesday's show by telling about a big court ruling against Big Tech companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter that finds they do not have a right to censor conservative points of view they don't agree with.

This could go all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court before a final decision is rendered, but with the conservative majority there, thanks to former President Trump, we could be looking at the end of the line for

liberal Big Tech companies censoring conservatives like former President Trump, other Republican politicians, and just average conservative folks like you and me!

We have important updates on the two stories we talked about Monday in our Florida Politics File:

*A federal judge has denied suspended Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren's bid to get his job back. His case against Governor DeSantis, who suspended Warren for cherry picking which violations of Florida laws he would prosecute and which ones he wouldn't, will now be decided in a trial that could be months away.

*I've been screaming for Senator Marco Rubio to stop letting others speak for him and to start fronting his own campaign ads against Democrat Val Demings. Guess what, Rubio's just done it, and I like what I see!

Take a look at the new Rubio ad in this link, and let us know what you think:

It's railroad safety week, and the folks at Sunrail are leasing videos on "How not to get hit by a train". I kid you not! We'll play the sound from one of the videos during the show. It made me wonder just how dumb

Sunrail thinks we are when I heard it. I can't wait to get your reaction!

So, it took seven years and $2.5 billion dollars to fix I-4 through metro Orlando, and now billions more dollars will be needed to fix another gridlocked segment of our overloaded interstate highway?! Here's the story

we'll be talking about with you:

Storm damage will be our focus as Hurricane Fiona floods Puerto Rico while a super storm devastated parts of Alaska. Newsradio WFLA National Correspondent Rory O'Neill joins us first, followed by one of 

our expert Accu-Weather meteorologists to break down what's happened and why.

I'll share some key moments with you from President Biden's "60 Minutes" interview, in which he changes his stance on running for a second term, denies any awareness of his obvious mental decline, and tries

to make us feel better about the runaway inflation his failed policies have unleashed on us all. There will be lots for us to talk about after you hear what the President had to say!

Olsen on Law with Alan and Attorney Tom Olsen- Did you Florida has two types of Homestead Exemptions? They'll tell us all we need to know.

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