Whatever one’s doubts about the likely benefits of these projects, the question is whether state government should interfere in local government decision-making.
Unfortunately, over the last few decades, the public’s respect for the court has significantly diminished.
There cannot be a clearer case of blaming the victim.
While one must be careful about drawing comparisons, there are some disturbing parallels between the 1920s and today.
With apologies to some of the greats under whom I had the privilege of studying … he was easily my favorite law professor.
I know FBI Director Chris Wray from earlier days in the Justice Department, and he is a man of unassailable integrity.
Our ‘great experiment’ is fragile.
Don’t try to demonstrate your brilliance by suggesting you know more than the seasoned veterans.
The efforts of some in this country to ban books because they personally find them offensive are alarming.
State legislatures are causing schools to deprive young minds of the truth that will lead to greater understanding among the races.
Any discerning employer will think twice if faced with the choice between Indiana and another state with a lower smoking rate.
Those with money, such as drug dealers, can afford to post whatever bail is set and continue to terrorize their communities while awaiting trial.
He was universally respected by those in the justice system.
Indiana’s per capita spending on public health in 2019 was $55; the national average was $91.
This kind of government, in which compromise is viewed as surrender, has led us to the very dysfunctional situation we are in today as a nation.
Who will be this century’s Barry Goldwaters or Howard Bakers, standing for country over party?
[Cheney] has stood for honesty, integrity and the rule of law—and for the U.S. Constitution.
I still believe we live in the best nation in the world, with the greatest opportunities for individual achievement.
Today’s Senate is not the great deliberative body of past reputation.