The 2018 Discussion Begins!

posted by Bill Mick - 

THE PRESIDENT TELLS US WHY HE TWEETS

Welcome to 2018…and if the New Year’s weekend is any indication it’s going to be a great year!  Personally I had a great weekend with family and friends and the Bowl weekend was excellent!  UCF deserves major credit for its undefeated season capped off by a Peach Bowl win over Auburn.  The National Championship will be all SEC after a Double Overtime Rose Bowl that saw Georgia squeak past Oklahoma and a convincing Alabama win over Clemson in the Sugar Bowl.

As we begin our talk year you’ll find me defending a teacher who showed nudity to his elementary art students.  Is Oregon trying to be New Jersey?  When you see the veteran organization fraud case out of Volusia county, you’ll see where Homes for Warriors was an honorable outfit trying to do the right thing.  What have we learned from president Trump?  Newt Gingrich and Tammy Bruce have thoughts.  The president himself speaks out on his tweets!  And do we now have insight as to why Sheriff David Clarke resigned earlier last year?

It’s how we begin 2018 on BML!

THE STARTING BLOCK

This is NOT the teacher…it’s the system!

Oregon becoming New Jersey?

AROUND BREVARD

Rangel: Brevard’s top scandals of 2017

Frequent Shooting Straight guest manufacturer takes Bitcoin

Year end MICKnuggets

BPS considering calendar changes in next school year

AROUND FLORIDA

THIS is fraud…not Homes for Warriors

Over 1M Floridians without Tallahassee representation

DC

Newt: do not underestimate the president

Tammy Bruce: Trump educated US on media bias

Lamenting the president’s tweets?  He says why he does it

A Navy ship named after us?

Will the UN action save us $24B a year?

Will the Iran deal fall apart?

AROUND THE COUNTRY

Is this why Sheriff Clarke resigned?

Sweet Cakes by Melissa can’t escape persecution

WV Senator on Trump’s bad side

NY Gov, like CA, pardoning illegals but has no Federal jurisdiction

THE POLLING PLACE AND FREE SPEECH

Supreme Court to hear voter roll maintenance case

Political clothing rule to Supreme Court

Could states band together to combat voter fraud?

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