True equality will never occur until we concentrate on electing the most qualified person regardless of sex, race or sexual preference.
As one of the 25 most-visited museums in North America, The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis is a peer to museums in cities where visitors expect to have easy access to them via transit. With the Red Line, Indianapolis will meet those expectations.
One reader says city must deal with homeless population at Circle; another says look to Holland, Michigan, as a model.
Apparently Judge Kavanaugh’s six or so FBI background checks are not enough for Sheila Suess Kennedy.
It is our loss if we do not open our eyes and see individual immigrants for who they are and what they can do as Americans, if we give them the chance.
Recent media accounts missed the real story on Fishers and Noblesville’s selfish plan to remove the rail tracks that run all the way to downtown Indianapolis (aka the Nickel Plate Railroad or State Fair train tracks) but uncovered a void in regional transit leadership.
For a district with an annual budget of about $260 million, it is easy to understand that steadily decreasing state revenues, inflation, a long-overdue increase to teacher pay and holding the cost of employee benefits neutral would quickly deplete an $8 million surplus from the prior year.
Paying more attention to, and providing incentives to, those talented foreign students who attend universities in the U.S. seems clearly a good idea