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  • The Preferred Definition Of Public Servant
    What visual images cascade through your mind when you think of a public servant? Is it a fireman dashing into a burning building to save a helpless child? Or is it a police officer protecting us from some ruthless criminal? How about a soldier risking it all in sacrifice of one for the freedom of many? 
  • 5/21/2015
    Representative Todd Rokita has betrayed you, again! On May 12th, he signed on as a co-sponsor for HR 1599, a Congressional bill that would effectively block required labeling of foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients. A labeling requirement on such foods exists in 64 countries worldwide.
  • When One Is Philosophically Color-Blind
    The President of the United States has been called many things. 
  • What Americans Want In A President
    How do we define America? Is it the land of the free, home of the brave? That characterization has been used so much it’s wore our thoughts thin to the point of complacency. If one could really bask in the meaning they’d understand this great land is beyond definition or words thereof. In brief, America is a collage of numerous souls free to be who they are. 
  • So … You Think God’s A Bigot
    On March 26th Indiana Governor, Mike Pence, signed into law the Religious Freedom Restoration Act and a hellish firestorm of opposition soon erupted. 
  • Ensuring Religious Freedom in Indiana
    Last week I signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, known as RFRA, which ensures that Indiana law will respect religious freedom and apply the highest level of scrutiny to any state or local governmental action that infringes on people’s religious liberty. Unfortunately, the law has stirred a controversy and in recent days has been grossly misconstrued as a “license to discriminate.”
  • That Ludicrous Sense Of Nobility Washington Has
    Who were we before we became Americans in 1776?  We were just a bunch of dumb hayseed colonists, squatters, peasants with pitchforks to King George III. 
  • How Does Socialism Taste?
    I generally have something to read on my nightstand. If we never endeavor to read anything, which seems to be a growing trend anymore, how can we expect to enlighten or educate ourselves and stimulate that which resides in our craniums? Someone sent me a fascinating tidbit called “The Chapters of Life” the other day that I’ll share.
  • March Disability Awareness Month
    People are the heart of community, and when you embrace diversity spirit and possibilities, everyone feels at home – Love where you live. March is Disability Awareness Month, and this is a great time to be a force for change in your community!
  • Mentoring with acceptance
    Acceptance, according to human psychology, is a person’s approval to the actuality of a situation, whether it be positive, negative, or indifferent, without making an effort to change it or to even protest against it simply because you don’t like. The theory is close in meaning to ‘acquiescence’, which is derived from the Latin word ‘acquiescere’, which means to remain at rest. 
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