Florida 2022 Legislation begins today!


As the Florida Legislature kicks off it's 60 day annual session in Tallahassee today, we'll talk about what's on the agenda, which is largely going to be Governor DeSantis' agenda, which frankly, is just fine with me.

https://miami.cbslocal.com/2022/01/10/2022-legislative-session-driven-desantis-agenda/

The Democrats in Congress are all about holding Trump and his supporters accountable for the January 6th, 2021 assault on the U.S. Capitol, which resulted in a total of 5 deaths and more than a hundred injuries.

So how about the Republicans in Congress holding President Biden and his administration for their disastrous handling of the COVID pandemic, which has now killed more than 800,000 Americans and sickened millions more? That idea is taking shape as I write this, and we'll talk about with you!

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/scalise-comer-hearing-biden-failed-covid-19-response

https://www.foxnews.com/opinion/covid-defeated-biden-mehmet-oz

 We'll tell you about a new report coming out Tuesday showing more cops were killed in the line of duty in America last year than in any year since 1930! And, we'll welcome a special guest to talk about the wave of crime against the law enforcement officers who lay their lives on the line every day to protect law abiding citizens like you and me. Marcia Ferranto is the CEO of The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. She'll make the case that this assault on police is the result of the soft-on-crime policies of the left. I agree with her on that, and hope you'll listen to this important interview and let us know your thoughts.

Newsradio WFLA National Correspondent Rory O'Neill joins us with a preview of President Biden's trip to Atlanta today, and what we can expect from his speech tonight calling for Congress to pass voting rights legislation.

https://www.reuters.com/world/us/some-black-hispanic-voting-rights-groups-boycott-bidens-atlanta-speech-2022-01-10/

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/desantis-signs-florida-election-bill-fox-friends

The sudden death in Orlando of comedian Bob Saget has me thinking that we should spend some time talking about how long we expect to live, how much we'd like to live, and...if we could live to the age of 150, which some scientists believe will become possible in the not too distant future, would we want to...or not? What would we do with all those extra years? How would our society be forced to change radically if millions of Americans started living, not to an average age of about 80, but twice that long?! Click on the following link and read about a guy in his 60's right now who thinks he has a shot of making it to 150, and be sure to join us on the phone at 407-916-5400, or weigh in with your thoughts on our text line, 23680.

https://www.theatlantic.com/family/archive/2022/01/live-to-150-life-expectancy-extension/621190/

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