ON TODAY’S BML 

What is Satellite Beach thinking?  It’s thinking it can distract from its wrongdoings by publishing personal email of critics in the agenda packet for this week.  Not smart.  Then again, it’s Satellite Beach where an ethnocentric group of inbred elected and appointed officials believe they can operate without fear of reprisal or accountability.  Make no mistake, this is nothing but a diversionary tactic to attempt to take the heat off of the CRA wrongdoings and deflect from the Clerk of Courts audit that exposes it all.  We’ll talk it at 7.

CHAMPIONS

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The game was lame and so were most of the commercials.  I was hopeful for an exciting Super Bowl and was quickly disappointed.  The commercials, normally a great addition to the TV event, were lackluster.  The Seattle defense dominated the game and creativity was sacked in the ad game.  Fox News Channel’s Todd Starnes will join us at 7:25 and we’ll catch up on the Super Bowl and his takes from last week’s news.  We’ll also take a look at the follow up from the EFSC shooting and the Clerk of Courts/EDC lawsuit.  Glenn Beck is saying what I have been all along…and he’s saying it to the Texas GOP.  Republicans in DC are claiming they want borders secured before any immigration deal.  We can hope they have resolve, but the past doesn’t make it likely.  It’s a Monday on BML. 

Super Bowl XLVIII not so super

School bully- the school

Starnes: RNC/MSNBC

Starnes: Chick-fil-A feeds stranded motorists

FT follow-up on EFSC shooting is clearly anti-gun and missing facts

Judge gives Ellis/EDC 21 days to brief the issue

Brevard Times- more detail

Beck tells TX GOP what I have been saying here for years!

R’s say secure borders first, then immigration reform

Matt Reed: grandma is a stoner, a Republican stoner

MICKOVERS:

Presidential commission has ideas on voting

Sec of Homeland Security says illegals have earned citizenship

Medical marijuana measure complicates actually helping people

Immigration will set the tone for 2014 elections