Patriotism is loving your country so much that you are willing to call it out when you think it is wrong.
Satellite voting might make it easier for people to vote, but there’s no evidence that it increases participation.
With what we’ve seen in the news, you would think it was open season on unarmed black men by law enforcement. However, the data paints a different picture.
I didn’t write this column in my downtown office, but in my back yard, where I can have a cigar and adult beverage.
Under the old system, unless you were the ultimate insider, Marion County voters didn’t have much say in the process.
Government spending, in the grand scheme of things, isn’t getting under control.
Since 2004, Indiana Democrats have had only one African-American running on the statewide ticket. It was Vop Osili, who ran for secretary of state in 2010.
Seriously, folks, you all need to take a step back from the hyperbole, the histrionics and the hyperventilating. It’s getting really old really quickly.
This election revealed up-and-coming leaders in both parties in Indiana.
If someone has a problem with something this country is doing, they have every right to peacefully protest. I did not say riot; I said protest.
The state’s economy added more than 11,000 jobs in July and more Hoosiers were working than ever before. Unemployment is at 4.6 percent and the state’s workforce participation rate is 65.4 percent—the national average is 62.8 percent.
A majority of the suspects who were shot while armed were white.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 would not have passed had it not been for Republicans. That’s right. While the Democrats of today have monopolized the title of champion of civil rights, back in the day, it was the GOP that came to the rescue.
There is a certain amount of irony in the fact that the person Indiana Democrats have hated the most in the last 12 years might be their only salvation to recapture the office he took from them back in 2004.
In a recent poll by Rasmussen, nearly one in four voters said they would stay home or vote a third party if Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were the nominees of their respective parties.
Gentrification is controversial, but guess what? It works.
It’s offensive—and, in fact, quite racist—to think a black person or minority has “black” or “minority” opinions simply because of the color of his or her skin.
Indiana needs a long-term fix for its roads and bridges. For too long, Indiana’s road-funding solution has been to pour more short-term money into projects while never addressing the state’s long-term needs.