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San Francisco pitches $5 million in reparations payments

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We'll talk about the findings of a new Quinnipiac poll on a wide range of topics, from how the 2024 Republican presidential race is shaping up, to whether the wildly popular social media app

Tik Tok ought to be banned for it's connections to Communist China, to the origin of COVID-19, to which country poses the greatest threat to the U.S. Our Good Morning Orlando team

will comment on the poll's findings at 6:12, and Newsradio WFLA National Correspondent Rory O'Neill will offer his perspectives at 7:42 AM.


From the Budman's Believe It Or Not file, the city of San Francisco is seriously considering giving every black adult resident $5 MILLION dollars, as reparations for slavery, even though no one alive has ever been a slave, and California was never a slave state! What's behind this insanity? Could these payments ever actually happen? And what would happen if they did?

And just for fun, I'll let you know what it would cost if slavery reparations on the same scale were to be provided for every black adult in Orlando? I've run the numbers and the cost would be absolutely staggering! Where would that money come from, and how would it change Orlando and Central Florida!


It's the "Don and Ron Show" on Good Morning Orlando, as I let you know what Governor Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump are up to as the 2024 presidential race starts

to heat up even though DeSantis isn't even a candidate yet! Take a look at the line up for Thursday's "Don and Ron Show":

Don- He's planning to gather and release a massive amount of opposition research on Ron, and his supporters are filing a ethics complaint against Ron over what they call his "shadow presidential campaign".



Ron- He's just pulled the liquor license of a major hotel in Miami after it featured a sexy-heavy drag show and allowed children to attend. Ron's also firing back at President Biden by releasing a graphic video showing teenagers mutilated by transgender surgery the President thinks ought to be permitted in Florida.



Calling all our Catholic listeners! I want to know what you think about Pope Francis saying he may allow priest to get married. Would that be the right move or the wrong move for the Catholic church, which has required celibacy of its priests for a thousand years. Sound off on the phone by calling 407 916 5400, use our text line at 23680, or record your comments by using our Talkback feature on the iHeartradio app!


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