With Gov. Holcomb leading, our state has long recognized that to succeed we need every part of our community—businesses, workers, schools, not-for-profits, and community organizations—working together to make an economy that’s built on a foundation of the dignity of families and workers.
You can’t just talk about Indiana being a quality place. You must make it a quality place.
I believe they’re the consequences of society’s decades-long assault on the traditional family unit, its values, and the replacement of the father figure with multiple government programs.
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.
Tax incentives significantly affect how much people give, as well as the timing of their donations.
Stop spreading the B.S. that comes across your feed.
More than once we heard stories about Mexican cartels issuing bounties on individual Border Patrol agents.
In a time of near full employment and a strong U.S. economy, the addition of immigrants who share the work ethic and values of our country is a good thing.
The factors that result in addiction are complex, and there is no silver bullet for addressing substance misuse.
There are school districts losing millions of dollars because of the tax caps.
The president should be applauded for cutting through the fog and finding the common ground needed to make this plan a reality and fulfilling his promise to rural America.
Since 1980, only two people have served as president pro tempore of the Senate: Bob Garton served from 1980-2006 and David Long served from 2006-2018.
Don’t stop recruiting until there are viable candidates of color in the applicant pool worthy of an interview.
The challenge is that social value is hard to achieve when making a profit or worrying about the bottom line.
What’s fascinating: The two men most recently elected to serve as presidents of the United States took a positive approach.
In modern America, we shouldn’t have a need to address the shortage of women in leadership roles.
Democrats have given Republicans the best possible motivation to turn out and vote.
How we respond to Dr. Ford and discuss her case could discourage today’s victims of sexual assault from reporting.
Indiana has three appellate courts, and the chief judges of all three are presently women.