WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY: Agendas, Judges and Credibility

What’s a judge to do when her values conflict with accepted practice?In Texas she sues the government and she may have a very good case.

In a Handbasket takes us to the criminal element and just how valued life is not.

We discussed County Commission Chair Bryan Lober’s latest pet project advancement yesterday and so did the commission.The commission also voted.There’s something in the undercurrent here and today we’ll explore the 5-0 vote and why Lober is so committed to this that he is willing to take the teeth out of it…for now.

Virginia is today’s largest battleground over the Second Amendment.One county is doing its utmost to stand for the constitution.Virginia (and the rest of us) may want to pay attention.

The impeachment of President Trump looms.Its wake is rocking the boat for Democrats, the FBI and congressional staffers whose boss is sticking to his principles.

Most importantly, it’s WIDE OPEN WEDNESDAY and your topics drive the discussion when you call us at 321.768.1240.


TX judge takes on the system

In a Handbasket:

·Taking care of baby

Commission backs Lober’s Pet Project

Bill axing newspaper legal notices refiled

Tazewell County more than Sanctuary

FBI credibility takes hit with FISA court

Impeachment bringing bad news for D’s

Van Drew’s staff quits under threat from Democrats

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