March 30, 2015
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18 State Statutes Later, Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act is Still Bad Legislation

Steve Hayes read the federal RFRA, all the state versions, court cases, and more. His conclusion: “Indiana’s version of the RFRA is bad legislation.”

March 25, 2015
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Not My Indiana

“They’re on the wrong side of America and the wrong side of Christianity. My America is bigger than their America, and my God is bigger than their God.” Ken Honeywell lives in a parallel universe.

March 23, 2015
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10 Great Reasons to Support the Indiana Religious Freedom Bill

We figured there had to be legitimate reasons for a law designed to deny people service in businesses that are ostensibly open to the public. Sure enough: We came up with 10 good ones.

March 19, 2015
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2015 March Madness Invocation

“We clutch our brackets as the ball goes up, and when the boss calls, we invoke the words of the immortal Norman Dale, and say to any and all who ask why we aren’t at work, we say, my team is on the floor.” It’s time for David Anderson‘s 2015 March Madness Invocation.

March 17, 2015
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How I Learned to Avoid Incarceration by Listening to Serial and Watching The Jinx

“7. If you skip bail, do not shoplift a hoagie. Pay cash, especially if you are very, very wealthy.” Some sound advice for murderers from David Anderson.

March 16, 2015
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Lyricbuster: The Grapevine Paradox

The Song: “I Heard it Through The Grapevine.” 1966 song by Barrett Strong and Norman Whitfield, who had a number of Motown hits which avoided the entropic mayhem they unleashed with this number, sung most memorably by Marvin Gaye in 1968. The Culprit. “People say believe half of what you see, son, and none of what…

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