Democrats need to stop attacking voters and overreaching on social issues.
This year in Indiana, we are seeing some of the most amazing paint and polish jobs I’ve ever seen in my life.
Republicans made the right choice in naming Lt. Gov. Eric Holcomb as the party’s nominee to be the next governor of the state of Indiana. Don’t listen to what the Democrats are saying. They are still reeling from the realization that they are left without a message since the whole John Gregg campaign has been, […]
Time and time again, when given the opportunity to unite the country, President Obama always chooses the lower road of attempting to score political points.
One Democratic candidate for president would have been laughed out of the race by past generations and the other is under investigation by the very government she’s trying to lead.
The Legislature pulled off a feat of magic that even the past valedictorians of Hogwarts would be jealous of: They created an environment of discrimination that hadn’t existed simply by affirming the right of religious objection.
What I find disgusting is when people misuse the term “racist,” because it detracts from the uniquely heinous history and nature of racism in order to morally equivocate different forms of discrimination that are, frankly, not as egregious.
Agendas are a tricky thing. On the one hand, it’s easy to assume that someone’s agenda motivates his or her actions and that this is inherently sinister. But even after spending over a decade in politics, I still think most people are good and want the best for their neighbor, their community, and themselves.
Greg Porter is my state representative. I respect the work he’s done in the community and I respect where I know he’s coming from when he proposes that Indiana adopt strict hate crime legislation in the coming session.
As a public relations professional, sometimes I really wish I was a liberal. I mean, it’s so easy to do.
I am going to start with a confession: I am a conservative Republican, so it should be no surprise that I cracked up while reading tweets, Facebook posts and stories about the Indiana Democratic Party’s State Convention, or the “Big Dem Weekend.”
I get it. I understand why Democrats voted for the Affordable Care Act. I understand party loyalty and I understand that going against your party on such a key piece of legislation would be extremely difficult.