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Re: “Bayh and the KKK

It shouldn't be news that Indiana's GOP LOVES throwing good money after bad. Just look at the money Indiana has spent just over the past decade to defend clearly unconstitutional legislative acts or fight for things like denying refugees. Indiana loves to throw $ away on pointless litigation.

Posted by Adam Crowe on 09/25/2016 at 11:19 AM

Re: “The overwhelming irony of natural destruction in the name of veterans

With so many other beautiful locations to choose from, some even within Crown Hill, why oh why, must they destroy our very heritage and the legacy for future generations. I would love to see them buy a plot of land for $300,000 and spend the remaining $575,000 housing homeless veterans and providing them with the most basic of human dignity that they are currently not doing. My big question is, who is making out from this deal. Seems fishy to me.

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Posted by Julie Edwards on 09/25/2016 at 8:20 AM

Re: “Bayh and the KKK

Exactly. Thanks John Krull.

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Posted by Ronald Tierney on 09/24/2016 at 1:25 PM

Re: “This is your Indiana Fever team, kneeling together during the National Anthem

You see those 30 people in the stands? They will gone after this. I used to be a front row season ticket holder. Never again. It's time for this franchise to start looking for a new city to move to.

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Posted by James Alton on 09/22/2016 at 3:46 PM

Re: “What's wrong with IPS arts education, and how it can be fixed

This is very disturbing. It is bad enough our kids are having there self identities taken away by having to wear uniforms to school. But now their abilities to be creative to imagine is being taken away as well.

The only time I see such things like this happen is when a "cult" wants to make sure its followers are obedient. That they are not aware of the outside world and have no seance of self.

How does this happen in a free country?

It happens when you do not pay attention to what is happening in our government as religious leaders spend their tax free money to pay of legislators.

I am running for Senate in District 28, as a write in candidate. When I did some research on our current Senate branch, I discovered we have 50 Senators, and 40 of them are republican.

Yea good job local media on keeping us informed on that!

Now we have laws like RFRA, and our kids are being striped of their self expression of imaginations.

Why? So some Evangelical leader can increase his flock of brainwashed followers.

Art and science are the main enemies of religious cults, because they provide people with the most important ability of being able to think for themselves. To invent the next great thing to help humanity, to write the next great book or movie.

The human mind is as programmable as a TV remote, but given its freedom to think on its own, it is as powerful as the universe is large!

I am the first openly atheist, and transgender candidate Indiana has ever had, and I am open about taxing religion. Like George Carlin said, if they want to play politic games, let them pay the price of admission!

Posted by Jerri Todd Coverstone on 09/22/2016 at 12:30 PM

Re: “This is your Indiana Fever team, kneeling together during the National Anthem

BLM is simply a communist cover organization whose demands are the same as those of other leftists/progressive movements over time. They simply put a color to it.

There are plenty of communist countries that these female ball players can go to try to get paid for their abilities. They should be encouraged to seek those positions. I am sure the Chinese would welcome with open arms these players. They love basketball so Colin Kaepernick might need to find a different landing spot. Perhaps Venezuela would like him to resume his baseball career?

Kim Jong-un loves basketball and N Korea would be a fine spot for these players to end up. They would never have to play a night game because they can't afford the electricity to light the court but that doesn't matter. Everyone is equal in N. Korea.

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Posted by Jack Murphy on 09/22/2016 at 9:58 AM

Re: “This is your Indiana Fever team, kneeling together during the National Anthem

There are few things that make me proud to be from Indiana. This is one of them.

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Posted by Eric Thiel on 09/22/2016 at 9:31 AM

Re: “This is your Indiana Fever team, kneeling together during the National Anthem

.....And then they lost. Lol!!! Maybe they should stick to what they're getting paid to do. I don't need a public service announcement at a sporting event. Fever just lost a fan. Better be careful. From the looks of the stands you can't afford to lose any!

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Posted by RN for life on 09/21/2016 at 10:51 PM

Re: “Put down your car keys, Indy

Yes, that was my biggest gripe about Indy when I moved here and nothing has changed. There are NO sidewalks away from the city center. It is virtually impossible to walk anywhere; while there might be sidewalks in subdivisions, you get to a major road and there are none to be found. I had never seen anyplace like this before. I continue to hate Indianapolis, and this is a major reason. How are kids supposed to be able to walk anywhere? There were times I had to walk to work when my car broke down, and it was very dangerous. Indianapolis should have addressed this a long time ago.

Posted by Patricia Dolatowski on 09/21/2016 at 10:11 PM

Re: “This is your Indiana Fever team, kneeling together during the National Anthem

Much love to the Indiana Fever. Good job ladies.

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Posted by Aaron Stanley King on 09/21/2016 at 10:07 PM

Re: “This is your Indiana Fever team, kneeling together during the National Anthem

The Indiana Fever have represented the values of our community well tonight. Well done.

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Posted by David Searle on 09/21/2016 at 9:39 PM
Posted by Jay Cook on 09/21/2016 at 9:20 PM

Re: “Put down your car keys, Indy

While the idea is a good idea, it's not very practical. First, I live in an area where there are no sidewalks. Trecking through grass from my house would take 20 minutes to get to a bus stop. Last time I checked it took about 45 minutes for the bus to get me downtown. Once I'm downtown, there is nothing to get me to work destination in the neighboring country. Even if it was to go downtown, which is normally a 15-20 minute drive, I'm loosing 45 minutes of my time. The cities mentioned in the article have a smooth combination of buses and subways. Much more needs to be done.

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Posted by Nick Bates on 09/21/2016 at 4:11 PM

Re: “The Write Life: making the cut in Indiana publishing

Barbara is wonderful. I've been lucky enough to attend one of her classes at IWC. Her blog, Dear God, captured my heart! I love the wounded courage.
Her simple words of encouragement play in my head each time I get confused and irritated and puzzled and I question my own desires. "If you want to be a writer, write."
Thanks Barbara! I hope I'm a lot like you when I grow up; which should be any day now, I turned 50 last January!

Posted by CariC on 09/19/2016 at 7:33 PM

Re: “Big changes for Indy Pride

I hope to see a braude representation of our community on the board. I have seen way to much waist in the years on a director and board members. So let's see to it the goal is to promote a greater acceptance of the LGBT family and gathering of families that show are love for each other and city. In the past we was asked to help build good communities,support government canadets,but stay in closets. Thirty years of hiding is enough for any one. I hope you all well and am very glad we finally made it to the cannel. As part of the most positive group in Indy it is time we are allowed into the park we helped make.

Posted by Michael kinser on 09/17/2016 at 3:35 AM

Re: “Re-opening the Ruins at Holliday Park

Thrilled to see this park rejuvenated & reclaimed! We loved looking up its history years ago, & found Taflinger's designs to be genius. Wish we could be there to see the park's rebirth this Saturday! Next time we're in the beautiful, friendly Circle City, we will visit it.😊❤️

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Posted by Teresa Lewis Watts on 09/14/2016 at 9:34 AM

Re: “Scotty McCreery at the Palladium

Great pictures, but all of Scttyy's pictures are great!!!

Posted by Jane Cash on 09/13/2016 at 12:15 AM

Re: “Mike Pence refuses to call David Duke deplorable

Doesn't the "Honorable?" Mike Pence refer to Secretary Clinton at the Republican Pep-Rallies as "Crooked Hiliary"? Isn't that name calling. I believe I just saw him do that recently on a local news cast here in Indy during their report on the Trump campaign.

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Posted by John F. Hawkins III on 09/12/2016 at 9:57 PM

Re: “Letter: Let's preserve the old growth forest at Crown Hill

Crown Hill is some the prettiest land in the city. Our veterans deserve a place to peacefully rest.
But please please do not cut down the North Woods. Just as we can never replace those lost defending our country. We can never replace these vast hardwood forests.
I ask all of to contact your Senators, Congressional representatives, and local public officals. Urge them to reconsider the location inside Crown Hill for the veterans final resting place.
Barry Harris

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Posted by Barry Harris on 09/11/2016 at 11:37 AM

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