Fraser’s first defining burst of brilliance was preserving the natural flora and fauna, including a now-330-year-old oak tree.
Which side is filled with petty, petulant politicians afraid of a sincere questions by a fellow citizens with a different worldview?
It will take time for us to demonstrate this initiative is not about politics but rather about relationships.
Mayor Pete (his preferred nickname) is off to a start that’s more than impressive; it is stellar.
Actually, factually, Indiana has a model approach to fashioning justice to the crime, including hate, bias or discrimination.
Our problems are real, but our children are worth everything, including humble, fervent prayer.
The least fortunate among us will get better help and government will at a minimum pay for more effective services.
People like Acosta risk causing less access for all journalists by being such bloviating bores.
The American people were disgusted with what happened before the Senate Judiciary Committee, led by California Democrat Diane Feinstein.
Although there is no guarantee the projected $350 million it generates will all end up covering health care expenditures, hopefully the Legislature will dedicate it to public health spending.
The Catholic Church has harbored a horde of pedophiles and given them sanctuary.
The issue is not the historic electoral margin. It is that he stands as a separately elected constitutional officeholder.
Justice Kennedy has kept abortion-on-demand legal nationwide.
About 37,000 Hoosier babies are born each year with two strikes against them—no father in the home and an impoverished mother.
Gambling is nothing more than a tax on people who don’t know math.
The pro-life movement must take some risks to remain relevant as we await a more courageous court prepared to right this historic wrong.
We will know shortly after the polls close at 6 p.m. on May 8 the burden of incumbency and the primacy of policy with Indiana’s most conservative voters
Smart TVs everywhere, free WiFi and Obamacare do not assuage the poverty of the soul.
If lawmakers invest wisely, we’d likely send them back. If they invest poorly, we’d look for a wiser financial steward.