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  1. Pathetic and disgraceful that we have no State leadership when it comes to standing up for basic civil rights and human dignity. I am not prone to political persuasions, but I just don't understand the official Republican position on the marriage issue. Sooner than later, marriage equality will be the law of the land and Indiana will once again be represented as being "backward", rather than standing firm against ignorance and intolerance. In my experience, the people of Indiana are just as fair-minded and accepting as they are anywhere else. I just wish we had State leadership that would represent that reality.

  2. this is exactly me. I too have been around a long time losing all the good people on air. I quit evenings when Ed Wank left and now Steve. Good luck Stever and goodbye wibc. big wigs better read all these comments and see what they have done.

  3. I loved the mornings with Steve & can't believe you'dreplace him with another political program. I have listened to Terri& Stever for a long time. No better duo in radio. Tony should stay on late nights with his nasal whining & a no personality Page. Sorry I won't be listening any more. Hope Steve goes to another radio station.

  4. this a hint that Indy might get a new ExactTarget/Saleforce skyscraper? Please say yes.

  5. Everyone need to stop their crying. This isn't your mom and dad's WIBC. Times change. Although I enjoyed Simpson I enjoy Katz even more. This guy moved to join our community and all I see are people bashing him. Shame on you all. I agree with most of what he says and he is a strong nationally recognized voice in the conservative movement. And for that we should all be thankful. Thank you WIBC and thank you Tony Katz. Not only for your commentary but also for embracing our community and here's to you being here a long time