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2007
July 19, 2007
kurt.luidhardt
Continuing the discussion from this post: If you are looking for an example of how so-called "hate crimes" legislation will affect the pro-family movement, just take a look at a recent decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.  They've declared the term "family values" as "hate speech." From BlogCritics Magazine:Once again, the most overruled appellate court in the land has come down with a verdict which can only be described as un-constitutional. The lawsuit originated when two employees of the City of...
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Jul
2007
July 18, 2007
Ryan.McCann
Indiana seriously needs to overhaul its property tax system. Regardless of the policy that you would like to see implemented (personally I think we should repeal the property tax, cap spending and increase income and sales taxes to make up the difference, after cutting spending) it is obvious that something must be done about Indiana's property tax crisis. People will be losing their homes if this issue is not properly addressed in a special session of the Indiana General Assembly. Here's a look at several upcoming tax protests planned in the...
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Jul
2007
July 18, 2007
kurt.luidhardt
One of the most interesting things about the so-called gay rights movement is their insistence that all they want is "tolerance" for their lifestyle.  But for being so "tolerant" they certainly seem to exhibit a lot of "intolerance" for other views. Methinks that "tolerance" is really code for "I will accept all viewpoints that agree with me.  I will not accept anyone who disagrees with me." Kenn Gividen has a great post (again) on gay activist, Bil Browning, and his blog Bilerico's...
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18
Jul
2007
July 18, 2007
Ryan.McCann
Curt Smith serves as the president as the Indiana Family Institute.  His 30 year career in public policy development includes stints as an award-winning journalist, 15 years on Capitol Hill in a variety of senior staff roles, think-tank executive and his work at Sommer Barnard as Director of Public Policy and Public Affairs. A native Hoosier, Curt was educated at Indiana University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Theology at Chicago’s Trinity International University.  He began his career working for two daily newspapers...
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