Today's MICK-nugget



Maybe they are listening after all.  Brevard’s School Board voted to delay their decision on school closing until further review.  At least we aren’t hounding kids for paper guns, or suspending them for bubble guns!  Groupon has just said no to gun related discounts.  It appears housing is on the rebound in Brevard.  The Port Authority is considering changes…they need to.  Florida Today’s thumbs up/down is an interesting look at local issues.  Winter Park is taking its red light tickets seriously…and stupidly.  House Republicans are behind a debt ceiling plan that may push the Democrats into their first budget of the Obama presidency.   LaPierre shoots back at Obama’s inaugural address as attack on freedom.  Secretary of State Clinton will testify on Benghazi today.     


Reed: How to spend stadium tax $

School funding: should have seen it coming

Brevard County/cities get into schools closing battle

Refinancing deal could change schools plans

FL Senate tries ethics reform again

President confident (defiant?) in address