Indiana Woman Convicted of Feticide … Women’s Rights Groups Go Bananas

Purvi Patel was just convicted of feticide and child neglect in Indiana. And women’s rights activists are going bananas, and nuts … and other produce. Perhaps this is just another symptom of Indiana’s recent status as religious right extremist crazy wonderland. I don’t know. But the leftist bleeding hearts have this one wrong too. As you might expect. Here’s the story. Purvi Patel lives with her very conservative Hindu parents. She is having an affair with a married man. She gets pregnant. Read more […]

Must Read: The 9 Things You Need to Know about Indiana’s Religious Freedom Law

The passage of Indiana’s religious freedom law has incited uproar from the left and an equally deafening response from the right. With the cacophonous debate on both sides of this issue, it’s hard to know what the heck is actually going on. So here are the nine things you need to know about Indiana’s new religious freedom law. 1. The law is based on the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which says that the government “may substantially burden a person’s exercise Read more […]

New York Mayor to Loosen “Degrading” Welfare Work Requirements

Meanwhile, Indiana is emphasizing the welfare work requirements. “We don’t want to turn the safety net into a hammock that lulls able-bodied people into complacency and dependence.” – Paul Ryan I’m not actively opposed to welfare or social safety net programs in general. There are certainly those who, despite having the best work ethic, and outstanding ability, fall on hard times, and need assistance. That is not disputed, nor is it disputed that there are those who abuse such programs. But it Read more […]

Indiana Supreme Court Validates School Choice—Greedy Teachers’ Unions Outraged

Oscar Wilde said: “Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live; it is asking others to live as one wishes to live.” I am of the belief that if there is an opportunity through which we can improve our lives, we should take it. I assume that most people are of the same mind in that regard. In the same way, if we come upon an opportunity to improve the lives of others, we should also take that. Life is a give and take system; what benefits you often benefits others, and vice versa. With this in Read more […]

Local County Commissioners Passed Ordinance to Block Federal Gun Control Laws

If you don’t live in the Cincinnati tri-state area, chances are you’ve never heard of Franklin County, Indiana or their county seat of Brookville.  The population of Franklin County (named after Benjamin Franklin) is around 23,000, with about 2,600 of them living in Brookville.  To most outsiders, the county is no more than a quaint rural place on the outer fringes of the greater Cincinnati area. According to a recent report, there are two things that the residents of Franklin County take Read more […]