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.
It is apparent by this conversation that many conservative Republicans discarded their integrity decades ago.
It is time for candidates to earn votes and let their policies stand or fall as they are presented to constituents.”
He would like for us to forget the votes he has taken … . Sorry, senator; that just isn’t possible.
It is not uncommon for many in the LGBTQ+ community to feel alone and isolated as we age and our health starts to deteriorate.
If we don’t get serious about the concerns preventing Indiana from moving forward, we will continue to sit at the bottom and be unattractive to anyone looking to relocate their families or businesses.
Many in the African American community heard the rumors about R. Kelly but ignored the victims’ cries because his music made us believe we could fly.
It was 1971 when James and Katherine decided to increase the size of their small, middle-class family. James and Katherine had tried for a decade to have children on their own but with no success. In 1968, they brought home their first child, a boy via adoption, and now they were looking to add a […]
If a campaign’s only strategy is the black Christian church, that campaign’s message is failing to reach more than half the black population.
The Republican supermajority and the governor are failing to prepare Indiana for an ever-changing and uncertain future.
He suggests what he wants from his supermajority General Assembly and they send him back something watered down and not meeting the stated goal.
We have contributed at every level to make this nation what it is and you can’t ignore it because the ugly parts make you uncomfortable.
To control Indianapolis and its economy would mean increased control over the state’s economy.
Why do we have to be in crisis mode before we do what we know is right?
With all the women of color winning congressional races, you know Shirley Chisholm and Barbara Jordan are smiling down on us doing the Cha Cha Slide.