Sadly, some Indiana conservatives have criticized the governor for doing what is so clearly the right thing.
There is a new generation of cybercriminal seeking to undermine our democratic institutions, destabilize American society and create chaos in our country.
No one should speak of “giving” Blacks a seat at the table; that itself is offensive.
We must listen carefully to our brothers and sisters of color, and we must change the circumstances that cause a disparate impact on minorities and the poor.
The most significant theft that has occurred is not that of liquor or merchandise; the looters, by their actions, are stealing the credibility of the good people peacefully protesting a lengthy history of opportunity denied to people of color and those without means.
Disasters tend to bring out the best in people.
We are facing an enemy that could take four or five times as many U.S. lives as World War II—but only if it is not carefully managed.
When one has engaged in such egregious conduct, is redemption possible? Can living a good life overcome what was not a youthful mistake, but rather the commission of a heinous crime?
Though I eagerly advocated for the ERA in 1972, I now think we ought to focus on more pressing problems.
What I am talking about is our overall selfishness as a generation.
The point of this rhetoric is not necessarily to persuade additional people to the cause being advocated; it is to rally the already-convinced and bring them into the camp of the speaker (shouter).
The truth is that the rural communities will surely fail if central Indiana as a region is less than strong and vibrant.
He continued to provide honest assessments of the threats facing the country.
The USSF has projected a profit of over $5 million for the women’s team this year, vs. an anticipated loss for the men’s team of $1 million.
Susan Brooks has been tireless in her advocacy for Hoosiers and vulnerable populations throughout the country.
Indiana values strong, capable women. And the Fever, embarking on its 20th season, just got super-charged in that department.
“The best tribute we can offer is to try to demonstrate the principles by which he lived his own life, every day.”
A market analysis was conducted by HVS, the global leader in such studies, giving officials confidence that the city can sustain the necessary hotel additions.
Isn’t it enough to say “bias” instead of listing specific protected classes? In a word, no.
Schools can—and should—vigorously protect the rights of victimized students while preserving due process for both accuser and accused.