Friday's BML: Political Games- YOU aren't the only player!

I am not one for big government, but one California councilman may just have an idea I can get behind. There is another who may have awakened the sleeping bear.  The community and his fellow council members are out to get him after his “Straight Pride” month ideas and comments.

The Alliance of American Football is getting some pre-start up attention because of a couple of good ideas they are putting in play.

If you play political games with serious issues it’s good to remember you aren’t the only player on the board.  Governor Scott is urging state officials to ignore a new he just signed.  Beach access is the issue. Scott’s opponent in the US Senate race has voted on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh before. Bill Nelson was a “no” when Kavanaugh was appointed to the DC Circuit.  He says he’s not made up his mind this time.

We have our first public look at Mark Mullins, Brevard’s incoming, yet being paid, Superintendent of Schools.

Florida Today’s Executive Editor Bob Gabordi s with us in our final hour of the week and his NY Mets just may be calling up Tim Tebow!


I may support this CA ban

CA council member draws ire with “straight pride” comments

AAF to assign players near their colleges

AAF pays like CFL

When your political games haunt you

Let’s stay confused by beach access law

Nelson- said no to Kavanaugh before, silent now

Our first look at Mark Mullins

Tebow to Bob’s Mets?

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