Comedy, Guilt & Politics

From cartoon comedy and the guilt imposed on humor to the sad humor of an officer not shooting an armed man in Brevard County, we have a spectrum of bizarre stories highlighting how we relate with each other on today’s show.  From a deaf Publix employee in Virginia being punched by a customer and cops being berated by a port commissioner in New Jersey to parents whining that their students at 

Parkland will still have educational standards while an MSD teacher attacks an outspoken student with the “wrong” view, these looks provide insight as to how the politics of today influence many things.  It promises to be a Thursday full of laughs and bewilderment…


Florida Today’s Eye on Brevard TV show

Apu now WOKE…and comedy used to just be funny

So, you want to be a cop?

Where Working’s a Pleasure…until

Suddenly there should be no standards for Parkland students

Unless an MSD teacher wants to criticize one

Lawmakers predict changes to school safety law

16 year old middle schooler arrested (16?)

Critics question why BCSO is only 2 for 3 in killing white suspects

Melbourne council backs downtown hotel

NRA calls out R’s who supported FL school safety bill

What I said on Scott and term limits stance


BUZZ asks why career politicians fundraise for Scott

Proposed wastewater plant could hike rates

Gabordi: a good guy without a gun

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