Monthly Archives: March 2014

FOX News and Common Core

I’m sure most of you have seen the ads even on FOX News about Common Core. Here is a Malkin article about the new ad campaign trying to save Common Core. Note that Achieve has received 37 mil. from Gates to promote CC. Then ask yourself why in the world IN is asking the advice […]

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Tuesday, April 8, 7pm, CP meeting

Join us Tuesday, April 8th at 7pm for our monthly Constitutional Patriots meeting. We meet at Central Christian church in Carmel at 1242 W. 136th Street. We will have candidates for Hamilton County Superior Court Judge and Hamilton County Council joining us. These are important seats for our county so please join us.

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Hamilton County Candidate Forum

Join us Tuesday, March 18th, 7pm at Central Christian Church, 1242 W. 136th Street in Carmel (between Meridian and SpringMill) for a candidate forum. We’ll have the candidates for Hamilton County Recorder, Hamilton County Clerk and Hamilton County Coroner. There will be time for Q&A after they speak. There will also be an update on […]

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Will Indiana Cut-and-Paste Its Way to Common Core Serfdom?

As a college professor and former head of a K-12 school, I know when a student is giving me the runaround. Here is one scenario I have been through more than once: I hand back a student’s paper—clearly written in a rush—that is bleeding with my markings on typos, incomplete sentences, contradictory statements, and bizarre […]

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Senate Overwhelmingly Approves Bill to Allow Governmental Entities to Charge Prohibitive Fees to Block Access to Public Records

The legislation, HB 1306, which would effectively bar members of the public from making public records requests because of the exorbitant fees governmental agencies will be permitted to charge you for your request if they claim it takes an employee more than two hours to search for the records you request easily passed the Indiana […]

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