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Vice President Pence’s departure vetoes equality

It was supposed to be about football. You know, that great American escape that millions in this country look to every Sunday. Throw in...

Pence on Trump’s ticket for VP

Donald Trump has officially selected a running mate in Indiana, Gov. Mike Pence, who has previously attempted to run for president, himself. This news doesn’t...

Charles Harrison, You Have Got to Be Kidding Me

This morning, while scrolling my newsfeed I stumbled upon the following headline; “Governor Pence hits the streets of Indianapolis to talk about lowering crime,”...

Sharecropping 2015

“We have become a nation of Sharecroppers who stopped watching what we are sowing.”A few years ago I saw a picture on Facebook that...

Backstage: Behind the Rainbow

Picture it:December 8th, 2014/Tilt Studios/Indianapolis,INThe end of night came fast during last night’s rehearsal. As always, the cast stood in their proverbial end-of-the-night prayer...

Pence Names Appointees to Indiana State University Board of Trustees

Indianapolis Gov. Mike Pence today named appointees to the IndianaState University Board of Trustees. Jeffrey Taylor, of Carmel, has been named to the...
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