Summer means a lot of things slow down for us, so I've decided to take two or three big items from the major bloggers across the state and let you know what we've been up to, so here they are in no particular order...
Blog Net News has kept track of us and rated our performance.
Advance Indiana has postings on Voter ID, lawmakers heading to the private sector and an Indiana hate crime.
Blue Indiana has postings on Dan Burton, FSSA privatization and Mitch wanting more change in Indiana.
Ft. Wayne Observed talks about the local connection regarding the U.S. Supreme Court and campaign finance.
Yours truly at Indiana Barrister writes about a deputy who was fired for exercising free speech, a $200 million tax increase and Dick Lugar saying the course needs to change in Iraq.
Indy Tax Dollars talks about the wonderful world of tax increment financing.
Indy Undercover is still on its warpath against the Peterson administration.
Jim Shella has latest summer goings on regarding statehouse-related news.
Ken Gividen wonders about the next great depression.
Hoosier Pundit says Baron Hill may have a primary challenger in his race.
Masson chimes in with the latest on legal info.
Polis Politics asks if Beth White and Food Network host Ina Garten are related.
Ruth Holladay says Republicans are better in bed than Democrats, maybe it's their trunks.
Taking Down Words talks toll roads and campaigns.