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FCC welcomes the F-bomb, as long as it’s from the heart
Port cop firing on hold-BCSO asked to investigate
Deardoff changes mind…won’t resign from Port Authority
Tolls being considered by county for road $
Matt Reed: wrong on Rubio, but speaking out
The problem with today’s reporting
House committee wants anti-terror efforts reviewed
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Apparently the F-bomb gets a pass from the FCC if he who says it is speaking from the heart. Somehow I doubt there would be consistency on the FCC’s part in this matter. I’ll explain as we begin our day. I can’t believe a WV student has been suspended and even arrested for wearing an NRA shirt to school. Sgt. Ron King’s firing at Port Canaveral PD has been put on hold while the port admits it doesn’t have the integrity to investigate its own. Speaking of integrity…Port Commissioner Deardoff has decided he is not resigning after all…not a surprise to me; it never had a ring of truth. As the county looks for road funding, could the roads themselves be the source they seek? It sounds that way. As we left on Friday one Boston terror suspect is dead, another was on the run and Boston was in lockdown. The efforts were successful and the brother of the dead suspect is now in custody, recovering in a Boston hospital. Congress now wants to look at our anti-terror efforts, as well it should. Reporting during the event and its aftermath was shoddy. I hope the mainline media does some self-evaluation, too.
Arcade owners file suit to stay open
Workman alimony bill passes, awaits governor signature