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Aug
2018
August 2, 2018
Ryan.McCann
  Matt Carter is the owner of Carter and Company. A small chocolate shop in Washington State.   Barronelle Stutzman is the owner of Arlene's Flowers. Also a small business in Washington State.   Matt has a tolerance problem.  He doesn't like Christians.   He doesn't like Christians so much that when he heard a Christian teacher in Indiana was in danger of losing his job for having the audacity to believe that boys are boys and girls are girls he had to email the school board across the country and demand...
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26
Mar
2018
March 26, 2018
IFI Staff
Progressives are always looking for opportunities to pick off great conservative Christian lawmakers…and mock their faith in the process, ala Joy Behar.  A champion of life, marriage, family and religious liberty, State Senator Mike Delph, is the most recent victim. Just this week, Indy-based businessman and progressive pundit Mickey Maurer took his hatchet to Senator Delph, a military veteran and staunch defender of constitutional rights like religious freedom, in the Indiana Business Journal (Mr. Maurer is Chairman of...
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19
Jan
2018
January 19, 2018
IFI Staff
by Curt Smith, President, IFI I hate crime. You hate crime. We all hate crime, which is why we use the power of the state to prosecute and lock up criminals.  Given this consensus, then, why is the Indiana General Assembly again debating so-called ‘hate-crimes’ legislation?   The short answer is the LGBTQ community seeks to politicize the criminal code to elevate its legal status. Indeed, one bill before the Legislature requires that crimes against LGBTQ citizens include five added years of jail time. Let’s...
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20
Dec
2017
December 20, 2017
IFI Staff
Last week, the Ohio Senate passed legislation which would “prohibit a person from attempting to perform or induce an abortion on a pregnant woman who is seeking the abortion because an unborn child has or may have Down Syndrome.” The legislation still needs to be signed by Governor John Kasich, who indicated in a 2015 CNN interview that he would gladly sign legislation like the bill passed by the state legislature.   “A prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome should not mean a death sentence,” said Mike Gonidakis,...
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