As much as I would love for Hoosiers to experience the excitement and the influx of national political organizing, I think it could collapse our state’s electoral process.
Should Indiana move its primary to earlier in the year so Hoosier voters have more impact on the presidential race? Democrat Ali Brown and Republican Pete Seat debate the answer. Plus, Curt Smith makes the case that conservatives won the RFRA debate. And Richard Feldman explains how the coronavirus is testing our public health system.
The real debate is … whether we want to matter every cycle or every so often.
This latest health threat should be a reminder of the value of supporting public health on the federal, state and local levels.
In the coming weeks and months, we might discover that The Establishment turns out to be the bulk of the Democratic voters.
Even Donald Trump’s victory in 2016 was not based on money raised or spent.
February and March have been exhilarating and deflating times for Americans following the Democratic nomination process for president. With Super Tuesday behind us, the Democratic nomination boils down to two major sides: Sen. Bernie Sanders’ supporters and those opposing Trump. The Trump opponents have coalesced around Vice President Joe Biden. Sanders seems to have a […]
What may well be the greatest challenge we face is the inability to separate people from the ideas they hold.
It’s hard not to want to show—instead of just telling—a young person that she can do the same things boys can when she grows up.
Anyone who cares about due process or protecting taxpayers should really be cheering for the west end of Market Street.
RFRA is a shield to protect the faithful from government, not a sword to harm others. We were right and the left was wrong, again.
When one has engaged in such egregious conduct, is redemption possible? Can living a good life overcome what was not a youthful mistake, but rather the commission of a heinous crime?
Most of the technological improvements that have benefited me in the last few months are recent developments. Five years ago, I would have been forced to rely entirely on family and friends to help with routine tasks.
The idea that a place can be more than its problems both is compelling and does not surrender concerns about injustices, real or perceived.
The venture sector is 87% white—and only 4% African American and Latino.
Wouldn’t it be great if all of our state’s experienced entrepreneurs would take budding leaders under their wing and help them avoid the avoidable?
Even in the current darkness, hope must be maintained.
Define your purpose in life. Work hard to achieve it. Invest in your personal relationships.
Redevelopment is key, but will Apex sit and hold like the value-extruding, balance-sheet enterprise it seems to be?
Stepping up can empower a generation. Let’s do that.
More women than ever are working and are the primary income earners for their families in Indiana.
If you have gerrymandered districts and long-serving members from safe, rural districts, you get ‘rural rule.
The true champion model is meant to encourage, support and reward authentic virtue, competence and accomplishment.