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    Stutzman Efforts to Split the Bill Gain Traction – Open Item

    As Congress gets back to work after their Independence Day district work period, there was quite a bit of news regarding the farm bill and Congressman Marlin Stutzman‘s (R-Howe) efforts to split the bill for separate consideration of the agriculture and food stamp provisions. We’ll try to tackle these in order. First, Mark Peters and […]

    President Obama Learns Governing is Hard – Open Item

    If you haven’t heard already, President Barack Obama has announced implementation of the employer mandate of the Affordable Care Act will be delayed until 2015. This has far-reaching political and governing implications. The most immediate impact on Indiana politics is that it kind of spoils the cottage industry of legislation our Congressional delegation had been […]

    Rep. Stutzman and AFP Want to Split the Bill

    Rarely does the farm bill get much attention. That changed when Indiana’s Third District Congressman Marlin Stutzman (R-Howe) introduced an amendment to the farm bill that would split the bill into two separate pieces of legislation. If separated, one bill would focus on programs that directly related to farmers and the other would address food-stamp […]

    Immigration Reform or Amnesty Redux? – Open Item

    Yesterday’s news was dominated by the Senate passing an immigration reform measure that didn’t cut the mustard in many circles. Even Republican proponents of immigration reform like former President George W. Bush Press Secretary Ari Fleischer indicated he was glad “something” passed the Senate and indicated the House of Representatives doesn’t have to pass the […]

    Farm Bill, Border Security, and more State Chair Stuff – Open Item

    We stumbled across quite a few links that are probably worth your time, so we’ll try to get through them as quickly as possible. First, the Farm Bill failed to pass the House of Representatives. Congressmen Marlin Stutzman and Larry Bucshon both released statements that have different takes on why the legislation failed to pass […]

    Farm Bill Wednesday – Open Item

    The U.S. House of Representatives began their consideration of the Farm Bill yesterday and plan to complete consideration of the bill and the 103 amendments that were allowed to be considered under the rule for this bill. If you’d like to read all of the amendments, you can find them on the Majority Leader’s website. […]

    Congressman Marlin Stutzman had a busy Monday – Open Item

    Congressman Marlin Stutzman (R-Howe) has been pulling down some big headlines. He is poised play a major role in some of the debate surrounding the Farm Bill, which should be coming to the House floor for consideration very soon in the wake of the Senate passing their version of the legislation. Yesterday he filed amendments […]

    Syria Is Not Going Away Anytime Soon – Open Item

    First off we hope all our readers out there had a wonderful Fathers’ Day! One Hoosier father who had a busy Sunday was U.S. Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.). He appeared on Fox News Channel’s Americas News Headquarters on Sunday to discuss the evolving situation in Syria. We’ve made the video of that interview our Hoosier […]

    NSA Leaker Edward Snowden: Patriot or Traitor?

    Yesterday it was hard to get online without seeing something from someone talking about self-professed National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden. According to multiple press reports Snowden, a contractor employed by the NSA through Booz Allen Hamilton, leaked the information to do start a national debate about the issue. Whether you agree with his reasons […]

    Intelligence Community Information Overdrive – Open Item

    The press offices at the agencies that make up the intelligence community are likely working harder than ever in response to the ever-changing information about the scope of the government’s domestic surveillance. Last night alone the Director of National Intelligence posted two separate statements late in the evening and there is rampant speculation this story […]


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