The increase in restrictions there, warranted or not, is a limitation on representative government.
Politicians no longer shade the truth. They reject it and they encourage us to reject it, too.
Politicians will always look for ways to take credit for the work of others.
Every voter who was in those long lines this fall should have killed the time by calling lawmakers and demanding immediate changes in the law.
Everything comes with a price, and, when casinos produce huge profits, greed is sure to follow.
I am left to wonder how much more quickly we would return to normal if the leadership in Washington leaned on medical science rather than polling data.
It pairs Republicans with Democrats and then conducts weekly lunches, monthly meetings, workshops and debates in the effort to battle the political polarization that is fueled by social media, cable TV and politicians.
What I don’t get is the desperate and misleading tone. Empty promises verging on threats.
We were able to get the candidates on the record on important issues from the coronavirus response to immigration.
The moral to the story is not that TV is now flawed and substandard. It’s that content matters.
Most of the technological improvements that have benefited me in the last few months are recent developments. Five years ago, I would have been forced to rely entirely on family and friends to help with routine tasks.
People who believe the Lord is on their side often act in less than godly ways.
Moreau wants everyone who is eligible to get out and vote. The Indianapolis attorney is behind a large-scale effort to increase the number of Indiana voters in the 2020 election. It’s already underway.
Les Zwirn has located a couple of foundations willing to fund efforts to increase political literacy but only when it’s disconnected from electoral politics. He calls that ironic.
TV stations used to sit on breaking news until the 6 p.m. newscast for optimum impact. No longer.
Who loves America? And who doesn’t? And just what does it mean to love America?
Donald Trump is somebody. Most of the Democratic candidates are currently nobodies.
It’s a rundown building in a rundown part of town. But what goes on there is uplifting.
The public deserves to know what goes on in our courtrooms just as much as it deserves to know what goes on in the legislative branches of government.
Newspapers have failed to find a way to get enough people to pay for their product.