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Archive for April, 2013

Sheriff Tries to Save His Skin

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

Although his office has overspent his budget by more than $20 million over the past three years, Sheriff John Layton is doing his best to save his skin and avoid any fiscal oversight as called for in SB 621.   The embedded file below is a list of e-mails he has been sending out to department […]

The Empire Strikes Out

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

If Marion County Democrats are hoping to change minds and influence the Legislature with this video regarding SB 621, then Indiana really should look at decriminalizing marijuana because apparently somebody was using a lot of it when they put this together.

Out of Work, You Might Be Partially to Blame

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

We recently received data on Indiana’s unemployment rate. And, from what I can tell, the last person you want to be in the Hoosier state is a high school dropout who lives in Vermillion County. Here’s why. The overall data shows that the state’s unemployment rate inched up a bit from 8.6 percent in January […]

Senate Panel Gives Pence Smaller Tax Cut

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Indiana Senate Republicans this morning unveiled a budget plan that gives Governor Mike Pence a 3% tax cut, instead of the 10% cut he wanted. Republican State Senator Luke Kenley says the proposal gives Hoosiers the tax relief the Governor wanted but also provides dollars for schools, infrastructure and keeps money in the bank in […]

Indianapolis, You Have a Problem

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

It speaks for itself.

Farms and the 1st Amendment

Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013

Whenever the government tries to do anything that looks like it might tread into First Amendment territory, I tend to get a little concerned.  As someone who talks and writes for a living, that whole free speech concept is pretty important to me.  So my eyebrows arched a little when I started turning my attention […]