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Saturday Morning Ramblings – Putting the Human back into Humanity

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Recently, actually before the election, I took to viewing liberal blogs, tweets and FaceBook pages.  What I found was astounding in the fact, the comments mirrored our local posters almost to a tee.

Take for example, what was written immediately after Mia Love spoke at the Republican Convention.  The “N” word flowed like a flood.  Ranging from Aunt Tom to a house “N” and other misguided, vulgar and very racist comments spewing from what was obvious leftist liberal sites.    Here was an articulate, beautiful, conservative woman running on a ticket not theirs.  In my opinion, color, race, ethnicity and gender respect is only applied if the liberal party can get a vote.  Outside of that, everyone else is racist, except for those calling a conservative woman the “N” word, then it is perfectly acceptable. Read the rest of this entry »

INVISION Presents ~ Eckerty Fest II

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Kids Fun Zone


Meet the Candidates


When: Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Time: 3:00 PM – ????

Where: Sam Pierce Chevrolet

On Saturday, June 30, INvision  will sponsor an Old-Fashioned Community Celebration.

ECKERTY FEST II is a fun-filled day of music, Kids Fun Zone, local food vendors and an opportunity to meet Republican candidates including

  • Connie Lawson (Secretary of State)
  • Richard Mourdock (U.S. Senate Candidate)
  • Luke Messer (U.S. Congressional Candidate)
  • Doug Eckerty (Indiana State Senator)
  • Plus other local Republican candidates from Delaware, Madison & Henry counties

Last year some 3500 persons visited ECKERTY FEST I.  We hope you will choose to join us this year.

Gates open at 3:00 p.m with Kids Zone from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., face-painting, inflatables, games and more.  Music provided by The Great Deals Music Stage: with Flynnville Train (National Recording Artists) and Carl Storie & The Faith Band starting at 6:00 P.M. until  ?????.

There will be multiple food vendors including Mr. Mouse Beer Garden.

Hosted by Sam Pierce Chevrolet (and located on their lot) on SR 67 at Daleville, there is a charge of $10 per carload  with a limit of 4 passengers.  ($5 each additional person.)

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Printable Eckerty Fest Flier

Map to Sam Pierce Chevrolet

Indiana Senator Doug Eckerty Moving Indiana Along!

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State Sen. Eckerty recognized for
100 percent voting attendance record


Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (R-Fort Wayne) today recognized State Sen. Doug Eckerty (R-Yorktown) for his outstanding 2011 voting attendance record of 100 percent.

“Often, important meetings or other matters can happen simultaneously while the Senate is in session – which can make casting every vote a challenge,” Long said. “I believe Senator Eckerty’s strong commitment to Senate District 26 is clearly shown by his perfect record.”

This session, 118 Senate bills moved to the governor’s desk.

“These pieces of legislation represent the people’s work, including a balanced budget, private-sector job initiatives, education improvements and a fair redistricting plan,” Long said. “I’m proud to say Senator Eckerty gave his best throughout the legislative process.”

This session, state records show 299 of 317 Third Reading roll call votes in the Senate were bipartisan in nature. Of these, 128 were unanimous.

Tony Bennett’s response to the Educational Forum on March 14th, 2011

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Click here for the video of the forum.

Since last fall, I’ve had the privilege of meeting almost 8,000 Hoosier educators during public forums and school visits across the state. Earlier this week, I had the pleasure of visiting with teachers and administrators from the Muncie area. This visit was a particularly uplifting and productive opportunity.

Like most gatherings I attend, Monday’s event at Ball State’s Alumni Center was a passionate affair. At the end of the evening, not everyone walked away agreeing with reforms proposed by the Indiana Department of Education and members of Indiana’s General Assembly. However, I was impressed by the respectful and collaborative attitudes of the roughly 400 educators who attended. Their dedication and professionalism contributed to an honest exchange of ideas on education policy that will surely produce positive results for the students in your area.

I would like to extend a special thank you to Al Rent who skillfully moderated the forum and ensured the discussion focused on the issues that matter most to students, parents and educators. Sen. Doug Eckerty also deserves praise for organizing and publicizing such a successful event.

Last but not least, I want to thank the educators whose thoughtful questions and innovative ideas inspire me to continue traveling the Hoosier state to receive feedback and encouragement from education stakeholders. This gathering of talent in Muncie proves once again that working together we can ensure all Indiana students receive the quality education they deserve — one that sets no limits on their future accomplishments.


Read Marlin Creasy’s response to the public forum.

Printing the public letter of Tony Bennett is not an endoresment of this blog by Mr. Bennett or Mr. Doug Eckerty.

Doug Eckerty for Indiana State Senator

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Why I support Doug Eckerty for Indiana Senate.

  • Mr. Eckerty understands the need for business incentives to create  jobs for Indiana Hoosiers.

  • Doug will be a voice for Delaware County on the Indiana State level.

  • He knows we must be ready to compete in the global marketplace.

  • Doug believes in putting Education back into Education.

  • Control of spending. “Hoosier families are cutting back and so should government.”

    Doug supports property tax caps and the right for every Hoosier to vote on this issue.


     Please take a few minutes to review Doug’s website.  I think you will agree, Doug is the right choice for Delaware County and Indiana.

    Watch Doug Eckerty’s commercial.

    Vote for Doug Eckerty November 2nd, 2010

    Disclaimer:  These political views are solely my own.  They are not representative of any for-profit, non-profit, political, non-political organizations, or any organized or unorganized group in Delaware County or Indiana or the other 49 States

    Candidate Forum available for viewing.

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    For those of you that were unable to attended the October 7th Candidate Forum, it is now available on line at CDCPTR.

    If you are like me, with a connection speed that is less than stellar, there is another alternative.

    The Forum will be televised on Comcast Public Access Channel 60 throughout the month of October and on Monday, November 1st on the following schedule:
    Mondays: 7:00 pm
    Wednesdays: 9:00 am
    Fridays: 6:00 pm
    Sundays: 1:00 pm