It is not just a travesty, but a scandal that the NRA controls what gun safety laws the Legislature and governor are allowed to pass. They are arming teachers but doing nothing to reduce easy access to firearms.
A Republican and a Democratic lawmaker react to the mass shootings in Ohio and Texas—and they have different ideas about what Hoosiers lawmakers should do about gun violence. Other columnists tackle teacher pay, the Red Line, the environment and technology.
Major cities in every European country I have visited have some sort of light rail and are connected to one another by train.
As we look around us, there is a feeling that things are not right. We see it in on TV, online and in the news. We see division widen when we should be working to find common ground. We see too much hatefulness when we should be understanding. We see fear to challenge the status […]
If we don’t get serious about the concerns preventing Indiana from moving forward, we will continue to sit at the bottom and be unattractive to anyone looking to relocate their families or businesses.
They are a diverse group who see their differences but value one another for who they are.
We’re confronted once again with the tragic and senseless loss of lives from gun violence in the aftermath of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio. Although recent mass shootings in the United States can be linked to multifaceted factors, there is evidence that the El Paso shooting was a calculated political act fueled by anti-immigrant […]
The entire city of Indianapolis seems to be under construction. I’ve seen the memes, heard the radio commentary, and have experienced delays just like the next person. But as a person who has been calling for investment in our infrastructure, the delays are welcomed. The delays are temporary discomfort for long-term comfort. Construction of the […]
Jesus blamed evil actions on evil hearts.
The transformational potential of an award applicant, defined as the potential to prove or maximize effectiveness of newer technology, is evaluated. Proposals that notably change standard operating practices as part of a long-term vision through transition to a new fuel infrastructure are scored highly.
If the NRA wants to play semantics, then let’s play.
As we look to the future of career paths in IT, it is increasingly vital to think about prescribing a set of trade standards for employees and employers alike.
The governor wants to improve teacher pay somehow, someday, as long as the increases are “systematic” and “sustainable.” Those are lovely words. The governor needs to start by committing to a substantial pay raise, based on state dollars. He also needs to act now.
Mistakes have been made on all sides, but the president of the United States of America is the president of every American, whether you like him/her or not. As Americans, we should not only want the president to succeed; we need the president to succeed.
We have the ability to restore our nation’s collective confidence in one another by focusing on what we can control.
I grew up in a university town. There is a kind of energy that radiates from them.
According to Nonprofit Quarterly, the number of donor-advised fund accounts has increased 200% over the past five years.
I have learned a whole lot about a whole lot of things in the process of writing.
The words uttered on stage matter far less than the theatrics of the performance.
You might be surprised to know that all charter schools in Indiana are by statute not-for-profit, public institutions.
Out of seven pests tracked, Washington tallied rats, cockroaches, mosquitoes, bedbugs and termites.
The philosophy underlying these actions is frightening: It ascribes the morals of today to generations past.
Eliminate taxes for people who make less than $10 an hour.