ON TODAY’S BML

Bradley jury selection…and an interesting argument

MLB considers air show move

Rare power exercised by Malabar mayor

Teacher evaluations only part of the story

This letter isn’t about greyhounds

Hagel wants to cut defense

AZ bill would protect business owners exercising religious exceptions

Girls Scouts stop CO sales at pot stores

Climate Change Alarmists want to silence dissent

 TOO MUCH NOISE FOR MELBOURNE VILLAGE??

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Freedom of speech and religion are covered in the same amendment…what about when these two clash?  One Girl Scout was drawing praise for the smarts to sell cookies in front of a Colorado pot store.  Now the Girls Scouts just say no.  Why don’t the climate change alarmists want to hear opposing views?  Are they afraid “settled science” isn’t settled?  Malabar’s mayor has a veto!  Who knew?  Don’t you believe for one minute that Danny Adkins’ editorial piece at Sunshine State news is about protecting greyhounds.  It’s about making more gambling dollars with fewer restrictions.  The Bradley jury selection is under way and his attorney made an interesting argument…that he hopes does not come back to haunt him!  Welcome to a Tuesday on BML.

MICKOVERS:

Mom with gun stops armed home invasion

The left’s flawed logic on Obamacare

FL Senate clears legislator residency standards

Gun makers looking south and west…EDC where are you?

House R’s to go after regulation

Where some regulation makes sense

Gun bills in Tallahassee

Minimum wage battle with governors in DC

“Medical” marijuana and our kids

Common Core marches on as legislators review

Can TDC, MLB and US Airways make Melbourne an airport?

Matt Reed: Who will watch school spending?