I am not set on any single idea—but I need more partners to get the job done.
The Democratic presidential candidates are debating whether college should be free for all students. It’s a question Randall T. Shepard and Ryan Dvorak tackle in this week’s Forefront. Plus, Curt Smith writes about who defines what it means to be Catholic, Abdul-Hakim Shabazz ponders reparations and Richard Feldman wonders if a single-payer health system is becoming America’s only real choice.
If all tuition is free, how will it be decided what tuition rates should exist at colleges?
Pluralism has long been one of the important purposes of the charitable deduction.
Both candidates have to have the courage to say the status quo isn’t good enough.
At the heart of this program is an opportunity to learn and be paired with a mentor of community significance.
America is the only highly developed country in the world that does not guarantee health care coverage for all people.
Susan Brooks has been tireless in her advocacy for Hoosiers and vulnerable populations throughout the country.
If we’re ever going to revive trust in government … we have to remind people that, despite our geographic vastness, we’re all in this together.
If you decide to run for office at any level, getting your name known is the bedrock of success.
Being conservative is as complicated as being liberal is.
Donald Trump is somebody. Most of the Democratic candidates are currently nobodies.
Whether we can—or even want—to discover the root causes and fix them remains to be seen.
I have a problem trying to hold people accountable for something they either didn’t do or had nothing to do with.
In the past 20 years, our largest public universities have accepted more and more out-of-state and foreign students.
Every year, the amount of consumer data available to companies climbs exponentially. By the year 2020, 1.7 megabytes of data will be created every second for every person on the planet. Currently, however, only 0.5% of this data is being analyzed in any meaningful way. This makes the seemingly endless news reports of data breaches […]
You cannot watch the local news in central Indiana and not see a story about crime in Indianapolis. This is a municipal election year and we are sure to hear more about crime. In November, we will vote for mayors and for councils in Indianapolis and in excluded cities of Lawrence, Beech Grove and Southport. […]
It was 1971 when James and Katherine decided to increase the size of their small, middle-class family. James and Katherine had tried for a decade to have children on their own but with no success. In 1968, they brought home their first child, a boy via adoption, and now they were looking to add a […]
Establish opportunities to learn from one another and commit to giving your best in all that you do.
Indiana’s suicide rate—at more than 16%—is higher than the national average and has increased steadily over the last few years.
The Lugar Series now has 529 alumni representing more than 70 Indiana counties.
When women are part of shaping public policy, societies see more profound and long-lasting changes.