“To oppose corruption in government is the highest obligation of patriotism.”
Submitted by Name: JB
Comments: I wonder how the cupcakes, those offended, BLM and flag burners feel about those who gave their life so they could be offended?
Or better yet, how many of those would answer the call to defend the country they have freedom in?
Added: December 7, 2016 11:02:15 AM
Submitted by Name: Genghis From: Madison
Comments: First of all, Indiana does not have a "concealed carry" permit. Indiana has a "License To Carry Handgun" for "Personal Protection". Indiana State law is silent on open carry. Based on this, there is no requirement to carry concealed in Indiana and this is why the permit is worded in this way.
While the police may urge you to conceal as to not "incite panic", you have no legal obligation to conceal your firearm in the State of Indiana.
As a lifetime permit holder, I have no issue with the licensing requirements as they currently stand and think dropping it would be a bad idea. I would also have no issue with a safety and proficiency course being required either. I do however agree that, if the licensing restriction is dropped, those that paid for the license be reimbursed.
Added: December 6, 2016 02:08:09 PM
Submitted by Name: robin
Comments: Wreaths Across America, a wreath laying ceremony honoring deceased veterans, will begin at noon, Dec 17th at the Madison Indiana Veteran's Cemetery. Everyone is invited to attend.
Added: December 6, 2016 12:37:04 PM
Submitted by Name: Jerry Tatman From: Madison
Comments: Curious, Tami H most likely has some information on collecting for the Fire victims of the Gatlinburg & Pigeon Forge area. I am sure she will respond to you on her thoughts. My wife Tami Tatman is starting up a drive as we speak and collecting. She has a Facebook Page that her post is on. Please feel free to reach out to her on there or email myself at email@example.com and I will get it to her. Thank you, Jerry Tatman
Added: December 5, 2016 04:00:42 PM
Submitted by Name: Larry Henry
Comments: A court date has been set for the Jefferson County vs MIDCOR/JCIDC case.
NOTICE: Jury trial in this matter has been scheduled for August 28, 2017and is expected to last 5 days. Please notify the Court within 2 weeks of trial if a jury needs to be summoned.
Added: December 5, 2016 02:49:30 PM
Submitted by Name: Brrr
Comments: It's going to get frigid, but thanks to assurances from Dumbo Welch and Flipflop Berry, Madison has no homeless people. Guess the Salvation Army opens its doors when it's cold because they want to run up their heating bill. Saw where the American Legion will be distributing blankets Weds afternoon, including some for the Salvation Army. Sure is good to know Welch and Berry know more about the homeless than those who help the homeless.
Added: December 5, 2016 02:39:01 PM
Submitted by Name: Sour
Comments: I don't want the license to carry a handgun abolished, unless they plan to refund the $125 it cost to get mine. What about borderline people that maybe would be okay under the proposed law to carry, but were denied previously because they either lied or left things out of their application? I don't think licensing people to carry is so bad, but gun free zones are the problem. If I'm licensed, I should be able to carry anywhere that is open to the public or is publicly owned. If a baker can't refuse to make someone a cake, then they shouldn't be allowed to ask someone that carries to not come into their store. If there is not a metal detector and an armed guard standing at the entryway to any establishment (like the courthouse), we should be allowed to carry because we will obviously be responsible for our own defense. A mere sign will not keep out the person with bad intentions.
Added: December 5, 2016 01:59:31 PM
Submitted by Name: great
Comments: In Indiana, the push to abolish a concealed carry permit requirement is being sponsored by Jim Lucas (R-Seymour). CBS 4 reports Lucas’ belief that it is “immoral” to require law-abiding citizens to get a concealed carry permit before being allowed to exercise their Second Amendment right to bear arms. And he equates a permit requirement with criminalizing law-abiding citizens in that it “[forces] an innocent person to jump through hoops and pay money to the state to prove their innocence and exercise a constitutional right.”
Added: December 5, 2016 01:24:27 PM
Submitted by Name: . From: Madison
Comments: Is the city gov't. afraid the garage would be an embarrassment to the dentist's new house?
Added: December 5, 2016 12:17:10 PM
Submitted by Name: Ibuka From: Madison
Comments: Have you seen the garage at First and Plum, it is all wrapped up in a tarp thanks to " stop work order Johnson ". Madison doesn't want people fixing thing's up. A. B. C.