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.
Like it or not, it was our job to keep him safe.
The pandemic taught us how many have this luxurious work-from-home option, but more painfully, how many don’t.
As we collectively watch the COVID-19 pandemic evolve, the daily briefings from the White House have been reduced to exercises in verbal deceit.
Even Donald Trump’s victory in 2016 was not based on money raised or spent.
Dividing Americans is a skill Donald Trump and Rush Limbaugh share.
Holcomb will need to overcome a legacy of choices that have led us here, many of which preceded him.
I have long thought the private sector would end up playing a bigger role in gun safety than the government would. Not just because the private sector is more capable at some aspects of it, but also because government has become so incapable in general.
This is nothing for anyone to celebrate. It is a crisis.
Our federal government has its head buried in the sand.
I have learned a whole lot about a whole lot of things in the process of writing.
Being conservative is as complicated as being liberal is.
I still am more concerned that my two adult sons might forget Mother’s Day than I am about my day.
Have a great party in your cap and gown this weekend, and when the hangover ends, buckle up for the rest of your life.
Without a villain, someone who scares members into believing their guns are about to be confiscated, membership drops.
It’s easy to get excited about Mayor Pete if you are a Democrat in Indiana. His brand is as refreshing as there is on the national stage.
Don’t forget to do the super-popular things that don’t cost anything and that everyone supports.
Passing a hate crimes law is a no-risk economic proposition for the state.