I am not predicting a blue-wave here, but some of Indiana’s most important races could become dramatically more competitive.
In a world where every open job has, on average, fewer than one applicant, employers will be forced to abandon standardized skill requirements. They are going to have to move from a skills-first model to a talent-first model.
Streets are about moving people, not just cars. They are about living and commerce.
I grew up in a university town. There is a kind of energy that radiates from them.
I think our biggest boldest ideas should originate in our cities and towns.
Building a space elevator is an enormous project, and Purdue is the place do it.
About $4 million will be spent, and the street will be far worse off.
The real growth areas of the state are the suburbs. Until 2016, this was a trend that overwhelmingly benefited Republicans. That may have changed.
Matt did what great journalists do; he got the truth out.