WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY: Cops, Donuts & Football

Wayne Ivey may just steal today’s lead story…and with the success of Wheel of Fugitive, why not?  It has the added bonus of involving donuts!  The NFL has gone away from helping itself to helping its players.  Yes, the inmates are running the asylum, well, those who are still part of the asylum, anyway.  With healthcare systems like Great Britain’s touted as the example for Obamacare, we have a dire warning in their latest move.  The Mitch Needelman trial has a jury and the opening statements are today.  Bill Maher has had a couple of “ah-ha!” moments of late.  If the democrats listen, they could become viable.  Brevard Schools and the teachers’ union are at an impasse.  The union is simply greedy.  Those are my new looks for today, but it’s a WIDE OPEN WEDNESDSAY and the day’s real question is: What’s on YOUR mind?

COPS & PEOPLE

It’s not Wheel of Fugitive, but I like it

THE NFL IGNORING THE ISSUE

NFL meets, ignores kneeling

NFL joins in activism

NFL to fund social activism class for players

BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION AND SAVING ON HEALTHCARE COSTS

New plan bans surgery for obese and smokers

NEWS & POLITICS

NY Times sees bias in its own

THE NEEDELMAN TRIAL

Jury set…trial begins today

Events timeline

It took 4 years to get to trial

Florida Today’s reasons to watch the case

THE COUNTY COMMISSION

Yes, it’s contentious, it’s supposed to be

SCHOOLS NEWS

BCS/union at contract impasse

THE PRESIDENT AND OBAMACARE

Exec Order stops subsidies, allows cross state shopping

DEMOCRATS UNDERSTANDING WHO THEY ARE

Maher getting it

And he gets it again

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