The Indy Star using Gestapo tactics with Letters to Editor?

October 26, 2014 2 Comments
The Indy Star using Gestapo tactics with Letters to Editor?

The Indianapolis Star took a hatchet to a my Letter to the Editor published today. They cut over half of it, and took the liberty of changing my words. Honestly, what is the purpose of publishing the voice of the people, if the Star is going to edit it to fit their agenda? The letter […]

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Pence rejects bid for $80 million preschool grant?

October 16, 2014 1 Comment

The Indianapolis Star’s editorial writer, Matthew Tully, took a swing at Governor Pence in his recent article, Pence rejects bid for $80 million preschool grant, but struck out on facts. Instead of a factual article, Tully has delivered what many have come to expect from the Star- advocacy journalism, intended to deliver a politically-partisan message, not facts. […]

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A step forward for Hoosiers in a long march

October 15, 2014 4 Comments
A step forward for Hoosiers in a long march

The wonderful thing about America is that even in what seem like our darkest hours, there are occasional rays of hope.  These are what keep people in all fifty states going, determined to continue the fight to protect and restore the liberties upon which this great nation was founded.  One such ray of hope has […]

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Do Hoosiers want more taxpayer-funded daycare?

October 12, 2014 3 Comments
Do Hoosiers want more taxpayer-funded daycare?

It’s hard not to wonder if President Obama isn’t the envy of Hillary Clinton’s eye. After all, he has successfully pushed through numerous big government programs that she and Bill championed unsuccessfully some twenty years ago. Obviously, the two biggies are  the nationalization of both our health care and K-12 education systems. Now, he is […]

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Common Core=Common Learning Pace

October 5, 2014 3 Comments
Common Core=Common Learning Pace

The Common Core’s one-size-fits-all mentality extends to more than just the content and curriculum, it includes students’ pace of learning. While working in a seventh grade classroom, a substitute teacher took photos of signs displayed on the wall which encourage a philosophy of  equality, not of race or gender, but of talent and effort. One would […]

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