There’s no question we are in a political black hole. But if every politician praising the late Sens. Dick Lugar and Birch Bayh this week would pay more than lip service to their example, there would be light at the end of our tunnel.
Civic engagement and good character are important values from which he never strayed.
College-educated mentors pitch in to put high-achieving kids on path to college and careers.
You’d think that being made a mockery of on a global scale would convince the Legislature to outlaw this ridiculous practice. But then you’d be underestimating our Legislature.
To atone for my naughty April Fool’s Day behavior, I’ll share some good clean employment tips given in all sincerity from years past.
Indiana is home to an impressive collection of aerospace industry assets.
Our standard of living has sailed upward for decades, but excessive spending will bring us down to earth.
Better teachers produce better-educated kids, and that means we have a better, more-productive workforce here in central Indiana. These dedicated teachers deserve our continued support.
An efficient, modern space is already paying off for IBJ Media and its employees.
A new section—titled “Impact Indiana, the intersection of business and community”—makes its debut in this week’s IBJ and will focus on the role businesses and their leaders play in public-policy advocacy, volunteerism and neighborhood development.
Certain crimes cry out for more severe punishments than juvenile cases allow.
Our way of life, and government, breeds success, contrary to what the elites would have you think.
AgriNovus working to help Indiana capitalize on natural strengths.
Some of his positions are indefensible, but bad judgment doesn’t make him evil.
The morning after Trump’s speech, I asked Lugar if he felt the world is, still, safer. Ever the diplomat, he said yes, citing our strong military. But he also spoke of the threat growing on Trump’s watch of another arms race.
As a business owner, you have many responsibilities to meet to ensure your business continues to operate. Among the most basic is paying your employees on a timely basis. Fail to meet the basics and you will be out of business. Seems like common sense, right? Well, common sense goes out the window when it […]
At 16, Indiana law considers a girl old enough to consent to sex, but not old enough until she is 18 to consent to medical care for its consequences.