September 28, 2005

Wisdom and beauty via the Sierra Club

Filed by Marla R. Stevens | September 28, 2005 | 10:31 PM | comments

Interviewer: What message do you have for today’s children? Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel: Let them remember That there is meaning beyond absurdity Let them be sure that every deed counts That every word has power And that we all...Read More


Now THAT'S Fucked Up

Filed by Jerame Davis | September 28, 2005 | 5:28 PM | comments

NowThatsFuckedUp.com is a website that bills itself as a place to swap pics of your wives/girlfriends. They're actually equal opportunity - they have forums for boyfriends/husbands too. Funny thing is...They charge you to see the wife/girlfriend pics but not...Read More


Holy Crimoli, Batman! Tom Delay has been indicted!

Filed by Ed Team | September 28, 2005 | 4:30 PM | comments

This just in from CNN and NPR. Tom DeLay has been indicted on one count of conspiracy by a Texas grand jury. DeLay maintains his innocence, but has stepped down, at least temporarily, as Senate Majority Leader. The Republican...Read More


More on Pence and the RSC

Filed by Marla R. Stevens | September 28, 2005 | 1:45 PM | comments

Poor Mike Pence. He's facing the hard reality that his party is that of "No Tax but Spend, Spend, Spend" -- that even his smarmy version of fiscal responsibility will be sacrificed on the altar of "Write Bad Checks...Read More


Today's Letters to the Editor

Filed by Bil Browning | September 28, 2005 | 8:22 AM | comments

Today's Indy Star Letters to the Editor Prejudice, bigotry must be behind opposition Supporters of the Marion County human rights ordinance are being lambasted for their willingness to protect those discriminated against on the basis of sexual orientation and...Read More


Indy HRO action alert!

Filed by Bil Browning | September 28, 2005 | 7:52 AM | comments

ACTION ALERT: WRITE YOUR LOCAL NEWSPAPER NOW The Human Rights Ordinance amendment for Marion County may be re-introduced before the City-County Council this fall. Fifteen votes from councilors are required to pass this important legislation. Many groups and individuals...Read More