“I don’t know if it’s healthy to name any storms, hurricanes or blizzards. But if we want to name the weather, let’s be creative about it.”
Modern resolutions are usually about some form of self-improvement.
May my next president, governor, mayor—or all three—be a woman.
My goal is for people to learn a little about government and then think about it.
For my entire life, I have listened to the debate about legalizing marijuana in America, or in whatever state I was living at whatever time. Good talks, each one. But those talks are no longer hypothetical.
It is too often a mistake to turn something that makes a great musical into a movie. It doesn’t justify the risk.
The problem is not even really about vaccines or masks. It’s about selfishness, which is much harder to solve.
My excitement about my new job makes me feel as young as I was when I landed my first one.
I am looking forward to the time the vaccines that have received FDA emergency authorization receive “full FDA approval.”
“Take the time to create your own clear perspective in every possible way while you are updating your resume or shopping for that new interview suit.”
I don’t think I have shaken anyone’s hand in over a year and, honestly, I miss it.
Spring in Indianapolis is always a glorious time. Except maybe last spring.
James Baldwin persuaded people with his intellect and talent for delivery on matters of which he was passionate.
All the things Vice President Mike Pence has done since he attached himself to the worst president ever were obviously done for Pence himself.
Demographic diversity brings with it the true gold of American culture: diversity of thought. And the presence of that specific diversity is the reason the politics in American suburbia are changing.
It turns out the pandemic wasn’t a political stunt. It really is killing people.
I consider myself a feminist, and that is not just sycophantic rhetoric aimed at all the strong women in my life.
It has been a terrible year for all of us. Our community needs something for which we can collectively cheer.
The most meaningful thing I got out of grad school is, I now have a clearer vision of value.
I never thought I would see a presidential administration adamantly use ignorance as a defense for mishandling intelligence.