Easy as 1983- Don't Limit Your Thinking


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Florida Today’s Murder on the Space Coast event was a good one last night.  I am impressed with Wilton Dedge.  The man spent 22 years in prison for a crime he did not commit and his demeanor is nothing short of impressive.  I’m not sure I could be so anger free had I been through his ordeal.  The event was eye opening and there are lingering questions for authorities.  I’m surprised it took an ex-cop from WV to tell them how to make the criminal conspirators pay for what they did to Dedge and apparently others.

Congratulations to the Brevard School Board.  Not so much to the organizations posturing for publicity on the history textbook issue.  The board settled the textbook dispute as they had previously.  That was smart.  This was an issue with questions asked and answered already.  There is no need to reinvent the wheel…or the incessant whining of those attention grabbing groups!

The legislative session is over, for now.  They could end up in special session for any number of reasons, but for now it’s done and waiting to see what the governor signs or vetoes.  Former Florida Senate President Mike Haridopolos is with us at 7am to evaluate the Tallahassee session and recent developments in Washington.  Representative Randy Fine will be here at 8am to give us the perspective from a House member on his first trip through a session. 


Textbook issue settled as I suggested

Washington, DC:

Why Trump won the election

It’s not just the Supreme Court

Learn to take a small win…if it passes the Senate

Rick Scott wants to rebrand the GOP


The final day of session

A look at what they passed

When is it enough spending on education?  Never!

What passed and didn’t in Tallahassee

Speaker wants Special Session on medical marijuana

In other news:

Plane loses propeller into Indian River, makes it to airport

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