The LGBTQ community has strenuously fought long and hard against stereotyping and yet it now is condoning stereotyping of law enforcement officers.
“The universe gave me the gift of a year to complete the task, so how much did I get done? Nothing.”
Studying the problems in these countries can help us better understand how to find solutions.
As human beings, we gravitate to what we know. When we encounter the unknown, our defenses unconsciously arise.
Senate Bill 168 is among several bills attempting to grab power from those duly elected by the people of Indianapolis to govern the city.
Every member of the Indiana delegation should now acknowledge that Biden is our next president and Harris our next vice president. … Their priority should be about saving lives, not preserving power.
Segments of the American public will completely distrust the electoral system and believe that their vote does not matter.
On the debate stage, Trump stood in all his naked glory—his bad behaviors of the past four years condensed into an hour-and-a-half spectacle.
This single election is going to define who we are as Americans and the future path of our country.
Voting should be one of the easiest constitutional rights to exercise, so why are Hoosiers being forced to choose between protecting themselves or voting?
It is the small victories that propel us forward, and that is the direction I intend to go—ahead.
The more you interact with others who are not like you, the better you will understand why change is needed and how to bring about that change.
Equality needs to come through revision of laws that directly implement true income equality, such as the tax code.
It would be good to know that our children and our children’s children will have the benefit of that same advance planning.
We must make a commitment to helping animals, who are the weakest members of our society.
Trump’s actions grow more and more outrageous because he has never faced serious consequences for them.
Police officers are required to make life-and-death decisions within mere seconds while processing facts and circumstances.
If the NRA wants to play semantics, then let’s play.
June is Gay Pride Month. If the number of people who attended and participated in the celebration is any indication, the size of the community and its supporters is impressive. As the month comes to an end, and the fight for equal treatment continues, I think it is appropriate to reflect upon how far we, […]