The party of law and order is not interested in getting at the truth, only staying in power at any cost.
From where I sit, the line has not just been crossed, it has been completely erased.
To be clear, the education of our children is at stake.
I’m utterly baffled by the behavior and commentary of some elected officials, news personalities and other fellow Americans.
Instead of working on ideas and solutions to improve the lives of Hoosiers, the Indiana Republican Party would rather just take us to court.
“The bipartisan legislation takes aim at reforming Indiana’s law enforcement by requiring de-escalation training and other provisions for officer conduct.”
Mamie Till shared the images of her son because, as she said, “I wanted the world to see what they did to my baby.”
Republicans can continue to use their energy to restrict voter access if they want, but all that will do is create a much angrier and determined electorate.
The greatness of Black people isn’t limited to the strength required to overcome racism and oppression.
Inadequate elected Republicans had the opportunity to be … the voices of reason and truth-tellers of an election with no fraud before the destruction in our nation’s Capitol ensued.
As Democrats, it is our job to magnify the concerns of the people while concurrently offering tangible solutions.
Kamala Harris’ biracial heritage provides the visual inspiration that can inspire all girls.
We have lost our ability to humanize those who came to our shores seeking our help.
Often, it is difficult to see the finish line when it appears so far in the distance—but it is there.
Gov. Holcomb talks about limiting large gatherings in his COVID-19 briefings but seems to ignore the large gatherings that will occur for the Nov. 3 election.
It is obvious that creating greater access to voting is a bipartisan issue.
No matter your political affiliation, you should want all eligible citizens to have access to the ballot.