We have time before the 2024 elections to examine and vet the candidates.
To make such an argument is naive and dangerous, as it further divides our country in a time we need to be united.
We will be electing a president every four years, but who knows how long your family will be with you?
The Nineteenth Amendment finally granting all women the right to vote was ratified on Aug. 18, 1920.
Simply writing your tag with a can of spray paint is nothing more than a pathetic attempt to get attention—any kind of attention.
Our Indiana legislators are uncomfortable with transgendered persons and want to keep them out of Indiana.
Young professionals will certainly want to move to Indiana once they understand how our Legislature is so forward-thinking.
I miss the days of civil politicians such as Richard Lugar, Lee Hamilton, Evan Bayh and Mitch Daniels.
There is no question the House train is headed toward a collision.
No amount of lies about the election process is going to change the vote totals.
Currently, shelters are filled and need your help.
Moving people around like pieces on a game board is not going to solve any problems.
The question remains whether the Indiana Constitution promises a right to privacy and if so, whether that right includes deciding to terminate a pregnancy.
So far this year, the legislatures of Wisconsin, Nebraska, West Virginia and South Carolina have passed resolutions calling for a constitutional convention.
Lack of context is the problem with Twitter and any other social media platform that limits the number of characters that can be used.
Republicans are afraid she will not engage in judicial activism that supports their causes by overturning existing precedent.
The Greatest Generation was great because people put patriotism before all else.
“Our children need to learn that going along to get along can lead to major ramifications and negative consequences.”
Legislators must think teachers and administrators, like police officers, do not have enough work to do.
There is no more selfish act than refusing to be vaccinated.