Alaska’s conservative young gun reloads in Indiana
It’s been tough in Alaska for Gov. Sarah Palin the past few days. She’s been embroiled in a tug of war with the legislature over a replacement to fill the unexpired term of a state Senator who resigned to go to work for the Obama administration. The lawmakers appear certain to restore millions of dollars of the federal porkulus funds she had turned down, and | Read More »
Rep. Pence Disinvited from the Indy TeaPArty?
Being a fan of Mike Pence, and also a fan of the TeaParty Protests, I wondered if Pence was supporting/attending one. After leaving such a note on Pence’s Facebook page, a supporter of his named Meredith sent me a note saying that he has been turned down from addressing the Indianapolis rally. Wishing to verify(like a *real* journalist), I sent this email: Dear sir, Thank | Read More »
Tea Party in Indianapolis
Please remember to get your tea party posts in the diaries and I’ll front them. — Erick CITY: Indianapolis, IN (Cities in every state are having tea parties on 4-15-09 www.taxdayteaparty.com) WHO: All concerned Hoosiers and Americans WHAT: A civil protest focusing on repealing pork and lowering federal taxes, protecting the American dream. WHEN: 12-2 PM; APRIL15 WHERE: Grounds of State Capitol Building Website: indianapolisteaparty.com | Read More »
Obama’s Organizing for America targets… Evan Bayh.
Fresh from their general campaign last Saturday of utterly failing to convincing Congress to do anything, Organizing for America is now engaged in regional spamming of their email lists to go after of individual legislators considered either hostile or insufficiently favorable to the President’s plan to saddle the next three generations with even more crushing, unnecessary debt. This is primarily targeting Republicans: in fact, based | Read More »
Mike Pence at CPAC
One of the best decisions made this year by House Republicans was putting Mike Pence in charge of the House Republican Conference. Yesterday at CPAC, he proved it. Pence was dynamic, powerful, focused, and absolutely willing to call out other Republicans who totally failed the party and the conservative movement. His theme, from stage, was set early: How we, as conservatives, respond to these challenges | Read More »
Ask and ye shall receive?
At President Obama’s town hall meeting in Elkhart, Indiana yesterday, some members of the audience had some interesting requests. Henrietta Hughes asked for a new car, a new kitchen, a new bathroom, and a new house, she’s homeless. Julio Osequeda, a student at Edison State University and a McDonald’s employee for the last four years, asked the President to mandate better pay and benefits for | Read More »
Taking Technology to the Next Level: Flip4.org Officially Launches
Conservative voices all over the internet have been engaged in a discussion of the future of technology in the Republican party. [One such piece is the one put up by David Hinz earlier today.] With that in mind, I want to echo the statement of Tim Goddard over at The Next Right: Only when technology is put to the pursuit of specific goals and in | Read More »
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Just In Case You Didn’t Think Mike Pence Was Awesome
Just in case you didn’t think Rep. Mike Pence (Indiana-6) was awesome check out this press release. Washington, Dec 2 – House Republican Conference Chairman Mike Pence (R-IN) endorsed U.S. Congressman Louie Gohmert’s (R-TX) tax holiday plan today. Gohmert’s plan would put $350 billion of the $700 billion bailout still available to Secretary Paulson toward a tax holiday from both personal income tax and FICA tax | Read More »
Senator Bayh Supports Federal Help For Auto Industry
Senator Evan Bayh (D-Indiana) came out today in support of federal help to save the domestic auto industry. He thinks that action is preferable to inaction. That directly contradicts my own feelings about federal government which can easily be summed up as: Government works best when it works least. There is not widespread support for bailing out the auto industry in Washington and the fact | Read More »
Mitch Daniels Supports Stimulus For States
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels was one of the 40 some governors that recently met with President-elect Obama. It seems that he is on board with a federal stimulus package that would send money to states like Indiana specifically for use in building up infrastructure projects such as bridges, highways, roads, etc.
Indiana Planned Parenthood: Gift Certificates Available For All Services Including Abortions
Just when you thought it couldn’t get more disgusting. Indiana Planned Parenthood: Gift Certificates For Services Looking for an unusual, yet practical gift this holiday season? Planned Parenthood of Indiana (PPIN) is now offering gift certificates for services or the recipient’s choice of birth control method. The gift certificates can be purchased online in increments of $25 or for any amount at some of PPIN’s | Read More »
Indiana’s 7th Congressional District
Indiana’s 7th congressional district is currently represented by Democrat Andre Carson. He’s the grandson of this seat’s previous occupant, Julia Carson. He won a special election earlier this year and won again in November. He seems to have a safe seat. District 7 seems designed to contain as few Republicans as possible within the Indianapolis metro area. It contains most of Indianapolis. But the wealthier, | Read More »
How Indiana turned Blue for Obama
When I moved to Indiana this summer, I knew I was moving to a deep Red State, a state where Bush stomped Kerry by 20 points in the 2004 presidential election, winning all but 4 counties. In fact, since 1940, when the Republicans nominated the Hoosier Wendle Wilkie for president, Indiana had only voted for a Democrat presidential candidate once, in 1964, until last week. | Read More »
Another election over and another tough year for Republicans. Indiana one of the most reliable Republican states in the past has just given its 11 electoral votes to Obama, but why and how? I have been coming to this site now for years and after every election I see the exact same entries, but no one seems to understand. Indiana itself is not a Republican | Read More »
Folks I wish John McCain would have made this a campaign Video!
What would Obama use this force for? Good Question. I wonder if he intends to impose martial law and have KGB like tatics and take people away if they speak out against Barack Obama? Vote McCain/Palin
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