Celebrating Freedom (aka: Stifling Political Speech in Rockledge)

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There is no better way to celebrate the freedoms of the United States than by having government restrict them at an Independence Day celebration!  It’s what the country and day are all about…just ask the City of Rockledge!  We’ll tackle that story beginning at 7am.

Welcome back from that holiday.  I hope it went better for you than it did those Republicans trying to talk politics to the crowd in Rockledge!  Posted below is a great read about the publishing of the Declaration of Independence. 

For our discussion today, besides Rockledge needing some constitutional instruction, we have cyclists moaning about safety on the roads.  It is dangerous and people are rude…just like the cyclists.  Walmart has been under fire for selling “Impeach 45” baby products and “45 YOU’RE FIRED” t-shirts.  The products are being pulled.  We won’t have all the school security officers in place before the start of the school year.  Eric Garvey is leaving the Space Coast Office of Tourism.  Democrats are waking up to what the extreme elements of the left have done to their party…and they’re leaving.  Sean Hannity was on the campaign trail for Ron DeSantis.  I hope DeSantis begins a ground game with this…he needs it or we’ll be stuck with Adam Putnam as our nominee.

THE BATTING ORDER

A good read on the woman who published the Declaration

They cry for safety, but violate traffic law regularly

Walmart “Impeach 45” baby line draws ire

School Safety Officers won’t be ready for start of year

Garvey leaving Space Coast Tourism Office

Dems waking up to the hate of the left, walking away from party

Hannity, DeSantis campaign together

Palm Bay names acting Deputy City Manager Who Shall Not Be Named

Mexico to work on illegal immigration issue?

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