Posts tagged: Indiana

Gun Violence Is a Result of our Broken Culture

Written by Laura Hollis

It’s shameful that it took so long to declare a national holiday to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. But the nation’s first official Juneteenth holiday weekend got off to an inauspicious start, to say the very least.

CNN reported gun violence in multiple locations, including my own small town of Granger, Indiana. My teenage son works at the family-owned grocery store in the same little shopping center where five people were shot (one fatally) at a “Juneteenth Summer Bash” party held at a tavern.… Continue Reading

“Hoosier Conservative Pick?” (Illinois Family Spotlight #104)

Monte Larrick and David Smith are joined by Dave’s Indiana equivalent, Micah Clark. In November 2001, Micah became the Executive Director of the American Family Association of Indiana. His experience has helped AFA expand into an organization with a consistent state house presence while maintaining its role as Indiana‚Äôs leading decency organization.

They delve into President Trump‘s U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; Indiana’s important upcoming midterm elections; radical proposals driving people out of the Democratic party; the Indiana GOP’s fight over keeping/extracting a traditional marriage plank from their statewide platform; the difference between elite and grassroots republicans; radical social bills in Indiana; school choice; Indiana and medical marijuana; and an example of inefficient government.… Continue Reading