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Today's show is being Co-hosted with Jennifer Lopez and Fallon Fox. We are going to talk about the new Indiana anti-LGBT Law, religion within the community and so much more. Several surprise guests will be joining in with us. As always we will bring you the transgender news and update you with what is going on in the national transgender community.
A calm look at Indiana’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act and its precedents; On Hoosier “discrimination,” "Jim Crow," and other slanderous nonsense; Your questions on Indiana's Religious Freedom bill, answered; Liberals against religious liberty in Indiana; Want evidence of hysterical anti-Christian bigotry? Look no further than #BoycottIndiana; and, time permitting, anatomy of a quintessential Obama fiasco, and Obama's race to chaos.
With the passage of a new Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana, it is now legal for businesses to discriminate against someone on the basis of sexual orientation. Since the announcement of the passing of the bill, many activsits have had differing views on how to address the issue. In this episode, we will go over the events in Indiana in the past few days, and speak to Indiana natives about how the community can best come together and help our LGBT brothers and sisters who live in Indiana.
19 States have 'religious freedom' laws like Indiana however Indiana is the only one being boycotted. Click here to see a map of the states where these laws are in place currently.
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219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Kathy Luther of the Northwest Indiana Regional Planning Commission (NIRPC) about a new program designed to help make solar energy more affordable and accessible to region residents. Listen in to learn which communities have signed up and how you can be a part of it.
Sharing true amazing stories of 3 women that joined Indiana National Guard!.
One woman joined the ING to pay for college, never expecting a terrorist attack on the United States while she was still in training would result inher deployment to Afghanistan.
Another one wason the longest-serving women in the Indiana National Guard who defiled her age, gender and single parent status to serve because she saw the military as her calling.
The third woman profilied in the book "Soldier Girls": The Battles of Three Women at Home and at War" joined the military on a dare and paid the biggest price of the three- getting hit by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Christian bakers in Indiana are forced out of business for refusing to sin.
* Washington state florist explains why she also is taking a stand.
* We have a short film on the Christian Florist Baronelle Stutzman, to tell her side of the story.
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Cruz vows to shun negative campaigning
“There may be other candidates who choose to throw rocks in my direction,” the GOP presidential hopeful said in an interview aired Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “I’m not going to engage in the personal mudslinging, in the negative attacks on people’s character.” Cruz last week became the first Republican to officially enter the presidential race. But he insisted that, despite his reputation as an archconservative and a bomb-thrower, he had avoided personal attacks over the past two years in the Senate.
(CNN) Indiana Gov. Mike Pence says concerns that his state's new "religious freedom" law will allow businesses to turn away LGBT customers is the result of a "tremendous amount of misinformation and misunderstanding." But he refused Sunday to answer at least six yes-or-no questions about whether the measure legalizes discrimination against gays and lesbians. And he said he won't support legislation that would clean up the public relations mess by adding protections based on sexual orientation to Indiana's anti-discrimination laws.
The APRHF's Let's Talk Trains turns it's focus from Illinois to Indiana this week. Indiana Rail Road President/CEO Thomas Hoback recently announced his upcoming retirement. We will visit with him to get his story along with his railroad's story. We will find out how the Indiana Railroad came to be and what it has become. Join us live or in the archives. Join in the conversation at 646-716-7106 or in the chatroom.
The new religious freedom law in Indiana has created massive controversy. What does the law really say? And should Indiana be punished for establishing it?
The issue goes to the heart of the notion of civil rights. Who should be protected? How far should protections for gays be extended?
RINO Hour of Power host Rick Moran and co-host Jazz Shaw will discuss these issues with Hot Air's Noah Rothman.
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In this day and age, in the greatest nation on earth the fact we have to sit here and discuss this issue is INSANITY to us. Indiana's Govenor has passed a piece of legislation so crazy that the whole internet is buzzing about it and kids...so are we. As majority members of what was once a counter culture we owe it to our brothers and sisters to understand this new law and help decide if it is something we as comsumers can live with? Many major corporations are saying no...what about you.
And don't panic. We've got news about National Tabletop day, what's going on at stores near and around you. We are also going to speak about the new practice of early release and what does the word "early" really mean plus a shit load of other stuff....so you know what to do. Get in your yoga pants...and, and, well...let's talk about that after the show...Until then...It's time for the Wolfs Den!
Rahrig started 36 times and appeared in 40 games during his career. He started 19 times at center, 12 times at left guard and five times at right guard. Rahrig graduated with a bachelor of science degree in exercise science in December 2014.
2014 Honors: Elected team captain along with Tevin Coleman, Bobby Richardson and Shane Wynn ... honorable mention All-Big Ten (coaches and media) ... nominee for the Rimington Trophy and the Burlsworth Trophy ... received Indiana's Howard Brown "Dedication to IU Football" Award.
2014 (Senior): Started all 12 games, the first six at center and the final six at left guard ... played a team-high 808 snaps and allowed just two sacks ... finished second among the linemen with 56 knockdowns ... the team set a program single-season record with 3,163 rushing yards ... Indiana averaged 263.6 rushing yards per game (ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten) and 405.0 total yards (fifth in the Big Ten) ... the Hoosiers gained 200 yards 10 times (tied for ninth nationally, third in the Big Ten), averaged 5.9 yards per carry (eighth nationally, second in the Big Ten) and scored 29 times on the ground (tied for 33rd nationally, sixth in the Big Ten) ... Tevin Coleman became the 18th player in FBS history to rush for 2,000 yards (2,036), which set a school record, is 15th on the FBS all-time list and sixth in Big Ten history ... Coleman was Indiana's third unanimous consensus All-American and finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting ... IU offensive player of the week (Purdue) ... six-time game captain ... earned a scholarship for the 2014 season at the conclusion of spring practice.