The federal government created an expedited pathway that lowered the cost of development to the pharmaceutical companies, guaranteed them a market to sell their product, and therefore it was a team effort.
Thousands of ordinary Hoosiers have invested in distributed-energy resources like customer-owned rooftop solar and battery storage. Survey data from Indiana University shows that a majority of Hoosiers want to add solar to their home.
Throughout our nation’s history, we have served as an example to other countries seeking the kind of freedoms that we, as Americans, too often take for granted. Veterans, more than anyone else, have made the sacrifices for such freedoms.
The recently enacted CDC eviction moratorium gives renters a false sense of protection.
Most startups are successful once they initiate a relationship with a large, local company. That relationship provides a springboard to other sales successes. But too often, our medium and large companies choose vendors, consultants, parts manufacturers, and other service providers that are based in other states.
Reasonable people might differ on the details. But reasonable people are elected and appointed to resolve differences on behalf of our country. And there is no debating the many industries—and when we say industries, we’re really talking about people, jobs, families and livelihoods—are suffering.
A non-political, non-partisan group formed in 2016 called Braver Angels is stepping up to help America depolarize. In its campaign, With Malice Toward None, Braver Angels is reaching out to individuals, churches, schools, and civic organizations with a program that these groups can use to help their own members depolarize before and after the November election.
I take offense at Curt Smith’s insertion of religion into any discussion having to do with our government.