ON TODAY’S BML

 WIN ON ISSUES, VOLDERMORT!

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Plain talk…apparently not allowed

Cocoa Beach gets ahead of marijuana amendment

Dockery right on redistricting

RPOF complaint shows campaign weakness (win it on the issues, boys)

What happened to one radio host as he discussed the Redskins controversy is funny, until you consider what it means.  Cocoa Beach is ahead of the marijuana amendment curve with restrictions now in place for the “Starbucks for Stoners” stores.  Paula Dockery has a great column on the Florida redistricting trial and surrounding issues.  The RPOF (RICK’S PARTY OF FAILURE?) has made a mistake in filing a complaint against Charlie Crist.  It’s too little, too late and a bit disingenuous if you ask me.  And, I am hearing a rumble or two that D-4 Commission candidate Curt Smith made a mistake by not kissing the ring of the Republican Men’s Club by skipping their debate last night.  I must beg to differ and I’ll tell you why on today’s show.  Sheriff Wayne Ivey will join us in our 8am hour as we catch up with Brevard’s top cop and take your calls.

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