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Jul
2007
July 12, 2007
kurt.luidhardt
I am disappointed in the Star's most recent criticism of Tony Dungy's public faith, this time in an article by Bob Kravitz. Today's lesson from the Star:  If your public opinions are not impacted by faith- great (speak loudly and clearly into the mic) If they are impacted by your faith- shut up (cause that's not appropriate for public discourse) From Kravitz:How about the post-Super Bowl decision to speak to the Indiana Family Institute and his support of the proposed gay-marriage ban? How does his faith square with legislation that...
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11
Jul
2007
July 11, 2007
Ryan.McCann
Gary Varvel geniusly captures the sentiment of Hoosiers right now with these two cartoons.  Have a good evening, and let the revolt begin...
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11
Jul
2007
July 11, 2007
Curt.Smith
     Veritas Rex observes that the quiet, conscientious work of government -- especially effective government -- often goes little noted.  We did have the privilege of watching good government in force today as Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman met with a group of faith-based social service providers helping hurting Hoosier families. She listened, she informed, she explained, and she discussed her responsibility to provide a measure of leadership for all 6.2 million Hoosiers in her role as a statewide officeholder.    ...
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11
Jul
2007
July 11, 2007
kurt.luidhardt
The Washington Briefing 2007, to be held Oct. 19-21, is designed to help citizens have a voice in issues of importance to the family. 2007 invited speakers include:  Dr. James Dobson, Dr. Bill Bennett, Newt Gingrich, Laura Ingraham, Chuck Colson, Benjamin Netanyahu, Michelle Malkin, Dr. Richard Land, Phyllis Schlafly, Ken Blackwell, Kate O'Bierne, Judge Robert Bork, Rabbi Daniel Lapin, Senator Mitch McConnell, Gary Bauer, Alan Sears, Tony Perkins, 2008 Presidential hopefuls and more. Last year's inaugural briefing drew almost 1,800 people...
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