"I'm delighted to say common sense prevailed - and the senate turned it back yesterday."
That was Retired US Airforce Lt. Gen. Tom McInerny speaking with Doc at WFLF in Panama City, FL.
What's General McInerny speaking about?
The stall out of a massive defense spending bill - which included the repeal of the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Policy. The policy bans gays from serving openly in the military.
The failed bill was unable to clear a procedural hurdle in the Senate.
The vote - held yesterday was a major blow to gay rights advocates who had hoped to see the law repealed before this year's midterm elections.
Buzzing right onto the next story...
A North Carolina school - has a dress code that prohibits facial piercings.
...which doesn't bode well for 14 year old Ariana Lacono - who has been suspended from school - for wearing a nose ring.
The girl and her mother are members of a small group called the Church of Body Modification.
"They're going to have to determine - is this a legitimate Church. And therefore - is this the right of freedom of expression and protected under the first amendment. That becomes a factual determination by a court of law - if it has to go that far."
Fox News Legal Analyst Bob Massi speaking with Trey at 92.5 FoxNews in Fort Myers, FL.
As for Lacono - is her third suspension from the school THIS YEAR.
I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.