Indiana's junior senator received nearly $3 million in financial support from the NRA. He has backed himself into the NRA's cash corner and there is no escaping. It was a case of fortuitous timing. Sen. Todd Young visited IndyStar's Editorial Board Tuesday, less than a week after 17 students and teachers were killed and 15 were wounded at a Parkland, Fla. school.
Obama, speaking directly to the crowd filled with many young girls, warned that they must be educated, prepared and ready to step up to the table. A year removed from the White House and the constant scrutiny that comes with being first lady, Michelle Obama is not afraid to tell it like it is. And, woo, did she tell it Tuesday night to a sold-out crowd of more than 13,000 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Obama was fearless.
Indianapolis residents deserve better. The council has shown voters that their voice and their desire to have a Democratic-led legislative body doesn't matter. Well this certainly wasn’t the way Indianapolis residents expected bipartisan cooperation to look on the City-County Council. This isn’t unity we’re experiencing; it's a train wreck. And the conductor is none other than City-County Council “President” Stephen Clay. I put the word president in quotes for two reasons.
In my book, and I don't say this lightly, Sen. Todd Young is an ineffective waste of an opportunity. This man, a Marine and expert rifleman, should be exactly the kind of legislative leader who could help craft realistic and reasonable gun regulations. http://indy.st/2EVE8SZ
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Selecting a term
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