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Friday Funny: Triskaidekaphobia – Democrat Style

It’s hard to laugh about what’s going on in our country, but every once in a while someone does something that gives you a moment to pause, sit back and have a chuckle. Of course, maybe Democrats have reason to be superstitious. They are going into an election year where their prospects aren’t all that […]

Mitchell Prevails on Third Ballot for Treasurer Nomination

Hoosier delegates to the Republican State Convention may have received more than they bargained for. While some questioned whether delegates would stick around town for the free concert tonight, as time dragged on there was some question as to whether the concert would have to be postponed to accommodate the final round of balloting. In […]

Lt. Gov. Sue Ellspermann Addresses Allen County Republicans

If you missed our little live-tweet session earlier today, Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann was in Fort Wayne this morning for Allen County Republican Party Chairman Steve Shine’s monthly breakfast series. She has been attending a series of meetings with the air guard base and addressing conferences in the area and will be addressing graduates at […]

Ritz Ducks Accountability, Indiana Students Potentially Suffer

My frustrations with the lack of accountability from Glenda Ritz, our Superintendent of Public Instruction, is pretty well documented. A new chapter in this saga opened up a few days ago when the State Board of Education discovered that Supt. Ritz had been notified by the federal government that additional conditions were going to be […]

New Pence Chief of Staff Jim Atterholt

Yesterday Governor Mike Pence named Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission Chair Jim Atterholt as his new Chief of Staff. Atterholt’s selection by Gov. Pence has been one of those rare moments in politics when there is very little criticism of what is a fairly high-profile decision. We are not in the business of breaking political news, […]

Collective Bargaining Too Controversial For Fort Wayne Democrats

The Fort Wayne City Council launched what is likely to be a difficult discussion about the future of collective bargaining for their public employees. In a six to two vote the city council voted to introduce three resolutions that would to varying degrees reduce or eliminate public sector unions in Fort Wayne. Interestingly, the Fort […]

Open item: Supervising teens and local government

According to federal prosecutors, a concrete company sent fraudulent invoices to Bloomington city government, which were approved by a city employee. (Link requires a subscription.) The fraudulent invoices, paid between May 13, 2011 and February 14, 2014, amounted to over $800,000, and the city employee allegedly took a kickback. The big question here is how […]

Congresswoman Brooks wants FAIR Treatment of Hoosiers

Today’s Hoosier Highlight comes to us from Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R-Carmel). She took to the House floor to share her support for the FAIR Act. This bill, which is supported by the Republican Study Committee, would require a delay in the individual mandate every time the mandate on businesses is delayed under the Affordable Care […]

Uniting the Republican Party

Part of the reason I’m a conservative instead of a liberal is because I think with more factions comes a more divisive society. The part of Edward Burke’s conservatism I subscribe to is maintaining solidarity in a society and keeping factions at a minimum. Some people take this too far and delve into personal characteristics […]


Good morning. Today is the 27th of February and this is your Open Item. In case you missed it (ICYMI), we had two outstanding posts yesterday here at Hoosier Access. Writers’ Guild Member Scott Tibbs led the day off with his article on ballot requirements that are illegal and favor incumbents. Specifically citing the Monroe […]


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