LIFE - in prison.
That's what Time Square Bomber Faisal Shahzad faces.
Shahzad - a Pakastani immigrant - was sentenced yesterday.
According to Cully Stimson - Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation - Shahzad played his role out exactly to script.
"He said all the things we've heard other detainees at Guantanamo and others say when they have the chance to speak in public - The suffering of my people - US Occupied Muslim Lands - War with Muslims - Defeat of US is imminent - Muslim Caliphate established around the world - Usama Bin Laden - Praise Be, Praise Be - We have watches in time - I mean you could literally get a Hollywood screenwriter and write out exactly what's going to come out of his mouth. And I thought the Judge exercised great patience in let him just do his thing."
That was Stimson speaking with Forrest at Fox Affiliate WREC in Memphis.
During the sentencing, the judge said she hopes Shahzad spends time behind bars thinking "carefully about whether the Quran wants you to kill lots of people".
Buzzing right along... a district court in Texas - ruling that a former high school basketball cheerleader's refusal to cheer for a player - who she claims sexually assaulted her - is not protected under the First Amendment as free speech.
"What the court did - was they trumped her rights - in favor of the school districts rights."
That was Sports Law Attorney Rob Romano - speaking with Bill at WTAM in Cleveland.
The girl claims to have been sexually assaulted in 2008 - by one player on the basketball team and another student - who eventually were indicted - and one pleaded to a lesser charge of simple assault.
"She didn't refuse to cheer for everything - she just refused to cheer when this player was shooting free throws."
As a result of her refusal - the girl was cut from the squad.
The question now... With the Court's decision in this case - will the girl's parents decide to appeal the decision?
I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.