I’ve always believed that social media is the best way for the misinformed to reach the uninformed.
A poll taken in September shows that most Republicans in Indiana favor some form of legalization when it comes to marijuana.
If Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita is a big believer in the First Amendment, as well as openness and transparency in government, he sure as heck has a funny way of showing it. Just to get you folks up to speed, a couple of weeks ago, I got a media advisory from the AG telling […]
In the current maps, Republicans didn’t really have to do much gerrymandering because of the political demographics of Indiana.
Forty percent of voters believe that Indianapolis is headed in the right direction, while an equal 40% think the city has gone off on the wrong track.
I got my first real taste of an attitude I found offensive and more detrimental than any racism white people could perpetuate.
Had someone had better aim, or had Indianapolis not had a really good medical infrastructure, our murder numbers would be a lot higher.
“For example, don’t believe everything everyone tells you. Do your homework on important issues.”
America is not a racist country. America is a country that has racists in it, but it is not a racist country.
The state constitution makes it clear that only the governor has the authority to call a special session.
Raising the minimum wage, particularly when the nation is still recovering from the pandemic, would not do anything but harm the economy.
Hogsett ran as the public safety mayor, and when it comes to killings, public safety has only gotten worse.
A lot of states waited until after they legalized pot to come up with rules. Indiana can be ahead of the game.
I believe in the free marketplace of ideas and that competing ideas can keep each other in check.
If Libertarians play their cards right, they can grow their status as a political party in Indiana.
No one should have to pick between their health and voting, and no one does.
There was no immediate tour of downtown, no conversations with the business owners.
I am the first one to say Confederate monuments don’t belong in the public square. However, that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t exist.
Martin Luther King Jr. said a riot is the language of the unheard. But he also said riots are socially destructive and self-defeating.
About 54% of respondents said the state is on the right track, while only 49% thought the country was going in the right direction.