Monthly Archives: March 2011
You are invited to The Indianapolis Ceili Band Fundraiser! Indianapolis’ best traditional Irish/Celtic bands perform a nights-full of their most popular music! Performers Include: Hogeye Navvy, Highland Reign, The Irish Airs, Indianapolis Ceili Band, Irish Dancers of Indianapolis Thursday March … Continue reading
It is not surprising to anyone that follows current events that the secretly recorded video by conservative activist, James O’Keefe, was highly edited to support his political agenda. The Blaze viewed the two hour raw video and noticed 8 distortions. … Continue reading
The Indiana Supreme Court is accepting applications for the position of State Public Defender, which the Court appoints pursuant to Indiana law.
A member of a White Supremacist group was arrested in a plot to murder African-Americans during a Martin Luther King Day Parade. I guess Rep. Peter King needs to read the news and learn that there are more terrorists in … Continue reading
Friday March 11 Holy Spirit at Geist Fish Fry Featuring Ennis Clare Irish Band 10350 Glaser Way, Fishers, IN 46037 5:30 p.m.
Some conservatives, Republicans and Tea Party people love to call you a socialist, Anti-American, commie, and Marxist when you disagree with them. Then they get upset if a you call them a racist because you disagree with them. They claim … Continue reading
The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals vacated the convictions of two people because the prosecutor improperly removed an African-American from the jury pool.
There are reports that President Obama is considering using military options in Libya. I really hope he resists the advice to use our military in Libya. Yes, the attacks on civilians are unacceptable. Yet, our forces have accidentally attacked civilians … Continue reading
I really wish that the United States Supreme Court rejecting another appeal from the Birthers (people believing that President Obama was not born in the United States) would put an end to their claims. Unfortunately, this will not stop them. … Continue reading