In a country that is increasingly removed from anything resembling actual democracy, people who live in the nation’s cities have demonstrably less political voice than do their country cousins.
MIKE LOPRESTI: For Carmel High School, sports dynasty hits milestone
Last week, the Carmel boys golf team rolled to another championship by 17 strokes. It was the seventh state title of the school year for the giant school from the suburban beehive, whose population is now past 90,000.Read More
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The suit charges that accepting the deposits at a time HHGregg’s tailspin cast doubt on its ability to provide the merchandise saddled the company “with tens of millions of dollars in unwarranted and unnecessary liabilities and recklessly caused the permanent destruction of the company’s value as a going concern.”Read More
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Many businesses are facing liquidity constraints or are being required to redesign their business model to respond to evolving consumer trends or supply-chain disruptions.
I’ve spoken to many working parents with children around my daughter’s age. Those fortunate enough to work from home tell me how relieved they have been to have their babies nearby.
Not everyone is willing to do the right thing against their own self-interest. Fewer still are courageous enough to be the first to make such a sacrifice. So it’s only fair that the NCAA tournament comes to our city, in its entirety, so we can lead the charge to open the world back up again.
I don’t know whether the legislation at issue—which addresses school district boundaries—is a good idea. I don’t know whether the Democrats’ description was spot on or was an exaggeration. But I know this: Booing another lawmaker who is making a sincere argument at the podium is never appropriate.
While the U.S. has held on to its fossil-fuel dependency, China has over the past two decades purposely been cornering the supply chain that is vital to the future of transportation.
With downtown residential space supply very limited currently, and with commercial office space experiencing higher than normal vacancy rates (due to both COVID-19 and technological advances), consideration should be given to reusing this space for residential—thus bringing people back downtown on a 24-hour basis.
Biden has said his trade agenda will focus on helping middle-class families who have been disproportionately hurt by globalization.
We believe in local control. We expect Republicans to believe in local control, too. And so it’s baffling to us that some of the General Assembly’s most conservative lawmakers are leading the efforts to interfere in the way Indianapolis officials govern their city.
Forefront presents views from across the political spectrum—from the far right to the far left and everything in between.
As a company, OneAmerica has aligned ourselves with Junior Achievement to educate students about finance management and budgeting, as well as spark and maintain interest in financial careers through various programs.
While affordable housing is important, residents of all income levels deserve to have quality, well-designed, safe and well-built housing. Diminishing standards, as HB 1114 will do, will not solve the affordable-housing shortage.
It is not safe for the community at this time to introduce more patrons into our buildings when new, more contagious virus strains have arrived.
A recent pattern of legislative proposals attacks local control in ways that would slow our economic recovery and risk long-term progress on public safety.
Upon implementation, carbon emissions would drop by 40% over 12 years, while creating more than 2 million jobs, adding $70-plus billion to our GDP and providing a monthly dividend to all U.S. households—all without introducing a single new regulation.