Oops, I Trumped Again!

So Donald Trump tells a foreign superpower to commit espionage on the United States?  And this is the person Republicans want to elect as president?

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Innocent Man Freed After 25 Years

Law school professor and famed defense attorney, Fran Watson, fought tirelessly to free this innocent man. Please click here for the full story.

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Recording Police in Public?

According one federal court, citizens have no right to record police in public.  Read the full story by clicking here.

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Sero’s Restaurant

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I recommend eating at Sero’s in Cumberland, Indiana

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The Soldier’s Creed

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The Soldier’s Creed

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Apple is Right to Fight the FBI

I don’t own any Apple products but I totally agree with their position to challenge the FBI’s desire and court order to write software to unlock any iPhone.  If the government wins this fight, which I think they eventually will (unfortunately) then where does it end?

Why not create a master key to unlock every home and business in America because that’s where they plotted the attacks.  Or, why aren’t they going after the gun makers?  Last I checked, the San Bernardino terrorists used guns to kill people not phones.

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Black Lives Matter v. All Lives Matter

I’ve often heard the response. “All Lives Matter,” when someone says, “Black Lives Matter.”

The best analogy I’ve heard is about cancer and disease. People wear pink ribbons and fundraise to show their support for the fight against breast cancer but no one says, “Hey, all cancers matter!” When Jerry Lewis did his muscular dystrophy fundraisers, people didn’t say, “Hey, all diseases matter!” If your response to Black Lives Matter is that All Lives Matter then it just seems insensitive to the people trying to bring attention/support to the disproportionate inequality some Blacks feel.

Much like you wouldn’t go to a breast cancer fundraiser and respond with all cancers matter, not just breast cancer. No one is claiming that all lives don’t matter or all other forms of cancer and disease don’t matter.  Just this their way of bringing attention and trying to gather support for their particular issue.

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Warrior, Prisoner, Homeless, Lawyer

The Indianapolis Monthly has published a story about a man that overcame combat, prison and homelessness to become a lawyer.  Please click here for the story.

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PAY FOR ENDORSEMENT OR EARN IT

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If you haven’t read the article in the Indystar about Marion County Judges paying a fee to receive the endorsement of their party then click here.  If you do read it, please keep in mind that not all candidates that run for judicial office agree to pay that fee. 

I want to vote for judicial candidate that is more concerned about earning the endorsement of the People not paying the Party. Dave Hennessy is just that type of candidate and he’s got my vote! I hope he has yours.

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ObamaCare and Private Business

I recently found out that private businesses (CGI, Serco and Equifax, among others) built the federal health cafe exchange website. So, what is all the hoopla about the government building a website that doesn’t work when it fact it was built by private business?

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