Florida Expands the Reopen


One subject title for this morning’s show is based on a song from The Youngbloods in 1967.It may be very well appropriate that this is inspired by a protest song from a tumultuous time in our history.GET TOGETHER, a folk rock song about the division in the country in the late 60’s, urged getting past the division, recognizing the brotherhood of man and loving each other.While it said, “Come on people now, Smile on your brother, Everybody get together, Try to love one another, Right now,” we have a slightly different idea in 2020.

There has been a change of heart for Washington State’s governor.He no longer wants people to be compelled to give their contact information when they dine out.He simply wants their submission.

IN A HANDBASKET will again take us to the world of law enforcement.As a former cop some of these stories pain me and some give me continued hope.We’ll see both sides of that coin today.

We’ll try to hit a little on education.As districts across the country consider the financial impact of THE RONA on their budgets and getting back to business, they may not have as much worry as they thought.But, that will cause a different kind of worry for an institution that hates change that it does not self-impose.We also have scorn being heaped on a school board president for a simple act that caused zero harm, yet has some people calling for his head.

And here in the Sunshine State the reopen continues to expand.Some churches have begun gathering for worship and more businesses get back into their chosen workplaces.In North Carolina it took a federal judge’s order to make church happen.

Welcome to day one of our talk week together!

MEME of the Day:

If it takes a village to raise a child, it takes a distillery to homeschool one!

THE BATTING ORDER

Come on people now, everybody get together, time to tell on your brother, right now

WA governor sees that submission is better than compulsion

In a Handbasket:

·We do it to ourselves- anyone see this coming?

·Related: lockdown enforcement stopped

New Today:

RESEARCH & REALITY

Education: 40% will continue homeschooling

Parents, are you going to give him grief?

Florida’s reopen expands

Federal judge opens NC churches for now

Some Brevard churches opened to services yesterday

The Hacker impact on elections


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