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Alec Baldwin charged with involuntary manslaughter

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We'll talk about the news that actor Alec Baldwin is being charged with involuntary manslaughter in the fatal shooting a cinematographer on the set of the movie "Rust", in which Baldwin was both the star and the film's producer. Baldwin is reportedly shocked at the charge, which could land him in prison for more than six years if he's convicted. Based on what we know, do you agree with the charge or not, and do you think Baldwin should be found guilty or not? Let us know what you think by calling 407 916 5400, texting us to 23680 or making your own commentary on our Talkback feature on the iHeartradio app !


It's our Friday trifecta! In rapid-fire fashion we'll focus on three totally unrelated but very interesting news items. Here they are:

The Terminal C fiasco at OIA! Passengers have been complaining they have to walk as far as half a mile from their flights to the baggage claim area, because somehow the new multi-billion dollar terminal was built without any moving walkways! How could that happen and who is to blame?!


The U.S. Supreme Court says they can't figure out who leaked that confidential memo indicating Roe v Wade was likely to be overturned by the court, which is exactly what happened. I think the leaker just has to be a clerk for one of the liberal justices and I'll tell you what needs to be done to smoke out the leaker and why it absolutely needs to happen!


It's climate change fanatic Al Gore as you've never heard him, in an epic rant we'll play for you from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland! You don't want to miss this!


"Florida is where woke goes to die!" So says Governor DeSantis who's had it with the liberal bias at our state colleges and universities. He's demanded they stop teaching woke ideologies like Critical Race Theory, and guess what? A letter from all the school presidents reads like they're all going to do what the Governor wants! I'll share the letter with you and we'll talk about it!


Friday's edition of Good Morning Orlando marks two years since President Biden was inaugurated on January 20th, 2021. How do you grade Biden's presidency, and what do you think the future holds for America's oldest President? Let's talk!

I'll give you findings of a disturbing new study that finds only 16% of so-called Gen Z Americans, those ages 18 to 25, are proud they live in America! Why do so few young Americans appreciate living in what to me is the greatest country in the history of the world, bar none?! That's our final topic of the week, and I can't want to talk about this with you and our team before we part for the weekend!


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