Indiana U.S. Sen. Mike Braun joined state Attorney General Todd Rokita Thursday in calling for the state legislature to join others around the nation in allowing citizens to manage their own risks.
‘The concerns raised by a group of parents and shared by thousands of others should be heeded voluntarily in favor of individual liberty and educational freedom,’ says Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita.
‘Just the psychological pressure these kids are facing, they don’t have that ability to really fight for themselves, so that’s why we, as parents, I feel like we don’t have any other choice,’ says father Mike Bell.
‘Why are we still complying? Why are we just going along?’ Indiana mom Jill Herman asked.
Defending the vulnerable from private pressure to surrender control over their own medical treatments apparently doesn’t fit into some Republicans’ philosophies.
Dena Simmons told teachers at an education conference backed by taxpayer dollars that we “can’t let whiteness seep into us.”
Documents reviewed by The Federalist show Indiana State University has funneled a total of $95,000 to a conference featuring critical race speakers.
Multiple Indiana government agencies are involved in the conference pushing critical race theory, including state-funded universities. Nearly all state Republican leaders refused to comment.
Parents are fighting back and preparing a lawsuit in response to Indiana University’s recent decision to impose a vaccine mandate on their students, staff, and faculty.
What should be clear to all is that a just society should never penalize those who are unwilling to undergo medical procedures.
With the Biden administration a lost cause and Indiana passing only limited vaccine protection measures, St. Joseph County citizens were wise to take matters into their own hands.
Money has a way of making us lose focus. It’s great at first, but then you realize what you’ve lost by taking it.
The Republicans posed several questions to Bezos, notably asking what specific policy scholar Ryan T. Anderson’s book violated that justified its removal.
Despite larger populations, currently freer peoples, and a media narrative that screams otherwise, there are far, far fewer deaths in Texas and in Florida than in New York.
It’s time for the media to stop suggesting it’s ‘anti-gay’ to maintain laws aimed at respecting the rights and obligations of a child’s biological father.
Fake news is not limited to CNN and the New York Times, and censorship isn’t just on Facebook and Twitter. What is happening in the big cities has filtered down to the towns in the cornfields, too.
A new bill introduced by Indiana Republican Rep. Jim Banks would kick those convicted of rioting and looting off unemployment insurance while upping fines.
Indiana GOP Rep. Jim Banks is demanding federal authorities at the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigate mob attacks on Christian statues and churches
‘Love doesn’t see color, hate does. Hatred has no heart, love does,’ said Clemson University football coach Dabo Swinney.
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