I’ve already seen the arguments about how journalists wouldn’t complain if the Sinclair message came from the left. Wrong.
I know guns are not the sole factor in the recent flurry of mass killings in America, but they are a factor.
The search is on for the next Barack Obama.
Lawmakers in safe districts, be they in Congress or in the Indiana General Assembly, don’t need to cooperate with others because they have no fear of losing the next election.
I thought it was a tribute to America that some of the players at a recent Colts game held on to the giant flag that covered the field at Lucas Oil Stadium while teammates nearby kneeled in protest.
Journalism has changed, the ways we consume it have changed, and the way people view journalism and journalists has changed, too.
I don't care what party or candidate benefits.
A Pence presidency would be good for Indiana. Make no doubt about it.
Erin Moran died last month in southern Indiana. An early and erroneous report suggested the one-time Hollywood star’s death was the result of a heroin overdose. Her former co-star, Scott Baio, quickly condemned her behavior and that of anyone who takes drugs. He said in a radio interview, “You do drugs, you die.” It turns […]
We can all jockey for ringside seats as we prepare for another Republican family feud. There is good reason to expect that both U.S. Reps. Todd Rokita and Luke Messer will enter the race.
As a political reporter, I am often asked to speak about how the media works to groups that include the Lugar Series, the Agricultural Leadership Institute, freshman lawmakers, General Assembly staff and others. I tell them most reporters are biased only in favor of a good story.
Take a second, please, to think back to the evening of May 2. It was just a couple of weeks ago, a Saturday, and, just possibly, a day worth remembering.
An old friend was in the Statehouse the other day for the first time in a long time. He’s a guy who worked in the media, then in state government, and now in public relations. He knows his way around the building.
It was a warm, sunny Monday in November when John McCain came to the Indianapolis airport seeking to pull out an Indiana win in the 2008 race for presidency. It was the day before Election Day. Confident Hoosier Republicans were thrilled about the first real campaign rally in this state by that year’s GOP nominee.