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    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 […]

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    OPEN ITEM: ICYMI

    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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    A ballot requirement that is clearly and plainly illegal

    On February 21, the Democratic majority on the Monroe County Election Board voted to remove the Republican candidate for county assessor from the May primary ballot. This is based on the requirement that he must have attained a Level 3 certification as an assessor. Here is the problem: The ballot requirement itself is clearly and […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Protecting Our Veterans

    Good morning. Today is the 25th of February and this is your Open Item. According to an initial report released this past weekend, The Department of Veterans’ Affairs could have millions of records vulnerable to attack. The report, which was completed by the VA’s Office of Information Technology & Risk Management, found that the VA […]

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    OPEN ITEM – Some National Recognitions for Indianapolis

    Indianapolis landmarks received two recognitions this past week. First, the Indianapolis International Airport was rated best in the continent by the Airports Council International. Justin Mack with the Indianapolis Star reports that the airport has received this recognition for the second year in a row and for the third time in the last four years. […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Honoring Staff Sergeant Joshua Brodrick

    Good morning. Today is the 20th of February and this is your Open Item. We would like to take a few minutes to recognize a Hoosier Marine. Staff Sergeant Joshua Brodrick, USMC,  is a Huntington Native who received the Bronze Star Medal with Valor the other day for his heroic actions while deployed in Afghanistan. […]

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    My Frustration with Sen. Mike Delph’s Press Conference

    Monday was a hard day for me… and not just because HJR 3 passed in a form that will continue to delay its consideration by voters. On Monday people who I have worked with on many issues in the past tried to lay blame for the marriage amendment not going to voters this year at […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Lots of Items to Cover and Just a Little Time

    First, if you missed Rob Burgess’ Open Item yesterday, the Indiana Republican Party announced their new executive director yesterday. We first profiled Rachel Jacobs when she was selected over the summer as the Political Director. Now Indiana Republican Party Chairman Tim Berry has tapped Jacobs to serve as executive director. In addition to the selection […]

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    OPEN ITEM: Changes at INDGOP

    Good morning. Today is the 18th of February and this is your Open Item. Sorry that today’s edition is a little late in getting published but we wanted to make sure that we included this piece of news for you! The Indiana Republican Party (INDGOP) announced some staffing changes today. Chairman Tim Berry announced that […]

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    Emphasize Skill Development, Not Arbitrary Common Core Standards

    The reasons I’m not a fan of the federal Common Core Education Standards deserve space than I can devote to a single blog post. Senate Bill 91 is an attempt to undo Indiana’s adoption of the Common Core standards. Not all schools need the Federal Government to come in instruct their teachers and administrators on […]

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