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Every year right after an election, I’d find a small pile of requests waiting for me from journalists. They wanted some sort of comment on what it all meant. “What are the voters telling … more
INDIANAPOLIS — When new Indiana House Speaker Todd Huston walked out of the Indiana House of Representatives on March 11 with the COVID-19 pandemic just beginning to get a death grip on his … more

I found Father Alex Miller’s Nov. 20 letter sad, infuriating and deeply troubling as I contemplate the recently completed election and the future of our democracy. His letter: sad because it … more
The title of this column would seem to make no sense in light of the recent 2020 national election — which appears to have been nearly entirely a straight-ticket election. To have a … more
We’ve had a difficult last few months (I don’t dare use the word “unprecedented,” which we have all heard 4,000 times by now). Christians, this pandemic is our time to … more
In response to the presidential election, regardless of the final result, I have decided to do something very foolish in the eyes of the world. I have decided that no matter what happens I will only … more

It’s such a perfect little story to illustrate this awful, awful year of the pandemic, cities overtaken by anarchy and an election from hell. A deer jumped through a window into an empty … more

Traveling around our four Montgomery County Vote Centers on Election Day was a great lesson in how grassroots democratic processes work here in our rural county. Most of what I saw was very, very … more
I’m taking a break from brooding over the latest COVID-19 surge and cursing the chaos of the presidential race so I can properly mourn the passing of longtime “Jeopardy!” host Alex … more

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