ON TODAY’S BML

NFL may have to come up with banned word list…STUPID!

Connecticut coming after “illegal” guns

Dartmouth: inmates want to run the asylum

Brewer vetoes AZ religious freedom bill

Charge ‘em all, let God sort ‘em out

Brevard schools, Sheriff’s Office join forces

Drug raid hits state rep owned home

Governor Scott not smart in addressing AZ issue

 WHAT DID HE SAY? LET ME SEE IF IT IS ON THE LIST.

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The NFL has opened a can of worms and the NFLPA may be prompting a banned word list.  These people have lost it.  Two words: Unsportsmanlike Conduct cover it all.  First a kneejerk reaction to the Sandy Hook shootings and now Connecticut is making criminals of its law abiding citizens and coming after their guns.  At Dartmouth the ones who are there to learn have decided they want to run the place.  Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed the religious freedom bill and our governor wasn’t smart enough to stay out of the fray.  Apparently Palm Bay PD wasn’t able to sort out what happened at EFSC and instead of determining who was in danger and who was acting in self defense, they are charging everyone.  The Brevard Sheriff’s Office is taking over security management at Brevard Public Schools and this is probably a good idea.  An Orlando drug raid hit a home owned by a state representative and her daughter plays a prominent role in the problem.  We’ll also visit with Florida Today’s Matt Reed in our 8am hour.

MICKOVERS:

Holder tells state Attorneys General to ignore law

FT’s thumbs up/down

Common Core forcing new textbooks on Brevard Schools