Space: real and imagined- with Jim Banke

WHERE NO SERIES HAS GONE BEFORE?

The Christmas weekend began with ringing bells for the Salvation Army.  It was only two hours, but it was amazing to watch.  This community is well known for stepping up when the need is demonstrated.  Step up they did.  It was a great start to the Christmas weekend.

As we get back to business, is it best to keep your group independent or unofficial, or to submit to government regulation?  One college group is learning that official status isn’t what it’s cracked up to be.  Brevard is working in greater numbers than in 2016.  The Liberty Bell museum is shuttered and Honor America is in question.  The United Nations condemned the US recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.  The US didn’t take kindly to the vote and backed up its words with action.

While the president recently said we are on our way back to the moon and then to Mars, there are steps that must be accomplished before we can.  Jim Banke joins us in our 8am hour to lay out the future of space flight on the Space Coast and we’ll also share our takes on some recent space fiction that we have always loved.

THE STARTING BLOCK

Best to remain unregistered than be a recognized group

Print media not exempt from harassment issues

Net neutrality facts laid out

AROUND BREVARD

Liberty Bell museum closed; Honor America, officials under investigation

Brevard is working

Last week’s MICKnuggets

SPACE

Musk reveals Falcon Heavy

The Space billionaire battle brings manned space flight

Launch rate to increase in 2018

DC

Finally- tough talk to the UN!

Backing up what we say at the UN

Haley announces $285M UN budget cut

President gifts tax signing pens to unseen media members

Senate fund spent $15M on harassment cases since ‘98

When you are asked: Trump 1st year accomplishments

What? The media giving President Trump credit!

Texts showing FBI bias toward Trump origin questioned

President announces national Security Strategy

THE POLLING PLACE AND FREE SPEECH

Political clothing rule to Supreme Court

Could states band together to combat voter fraud?

title

Content Goes Here