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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Doug Smith
Robbie and Doug Smith were preparing for a round-the-world sailboat cruise in 1982 when they and their Jacksonville-based boat temporarily took in a few troubled boys to work on the water.
It's not much to look at - a rusted, dented tin shack with an old bed frame and a couple of bales of straw inside on a 14-acre property north of this Licking County village.
They say they stand for a return to constitutional principles, but it turns out tea party supporters are just as confused as to what rights and powers are in the federal government's founding document, according to the latest The Washington Times/JZ Analytics poll.
When Frank Chiaramonte, vice president of Chiaramonte Construction Co. in the District, heard about the needs of the Children of Mine Youth Center, he immediately picked the nonprofit organization as his company's charity of choice.
"As Indiana's price of electricity becomes less and less competitive, so do we," says Doug Smith, the company's maintenance and engineering manager.
Doug Smith said they could hang up a new counseling shingle.