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INDIANAPOLIS — To the congressional Republican rank and file, Democrats today are often described as “radical leftists” or “socialists” and even “Marxists.” … more
  We Americans tend to think it’s self-evident that our system of government is superior. We value the freedom, independence and individual rights that are part of our democratic … more
With the markets shaky, let’s celebrate Women’s History Month through the stories of three women, outliers and trailblazers, whose financial savvy may hold some lessons for the present. … more

I attended the recent forum organized by the League of Women Voters in hopes of speaking in behalf of the Orthodox Church but I was not allowed to do so at the meeting. Following is the statement … more
It must be said again and again that 48.2% of college graduates in the U.S. were working remotely, according to the February 2023 Census survey. That number is up slightly from late 2021, suggesting … more
I totally agree that it would be nice to get a Aldi store in Crawfordsville. I like the Kroger store, but I do disagree that if you live on a phone and everything you do involves a phone you get … more
If you ever needed a reminder that we can’t turn a blind eye to hate, new data from the Anti-Defamation League should more than do the trick. White supremacist propaganda hit an all-time … more

It is time to announce the winner of the prestigious and soon-to-be coveted Reno Prize, which, starting this year, will be awarded to honor the most creative theft from citizens by their … more
INDIANAPOLIS — In March 2022, Gov. Eric Holcomb vetoed a transgender athletics bill that quite possibly could end his political career. In his veto letter, Holcomb said that the … more
Parallels between ancient apocalyptic texts and modern apocalyptic images of zombies and wastelands are easily identified and intriguing. Meanings and interpretations of old word pictures and modern … more

Montgomery County Sheriff Ryan Needham had at least one hypothesis about why he received so few applications for the open position for a school resources officer he was trying to fill. “Our … more
I hope to make lots of new friends today by reminding Hoosiers of something: You do not have a right to food, shelter or health care. Before I am accused of being selfish and heartless, which I … more
In March 2019, Gov. Eric Holcomb signed a proclamation recognizing “Thank A Journalist Day,” a campaign spearheaded by a team of public relations and advertising students at Ball State … more

I am not sure if many people in Montgomery County are aware that there are several industrial solar companies planning to erect industrial solar panels on 10,000-12,000 acres of our valuable, … more
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