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I’d like to confess something I feel guilty about. It happened a long time ago, back in high school. One of my classmates — I won’t give his name or even a pseudonym, for … more
I’m getting a whole-house attic fan installed this week — just like the one my father had installed in my childhood home — and I cannot wait to cool my house using his old-time … more
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Condemnations of white privilege and whiteness with demands for guilt, shame and contrite confession run hot along virtual networks of our civic square in the news, academy, politics and … more
NASHVILLE, Ind. — Forty-one years ago as the U.S. reeled from oil shocks and long lines of cars just to get gas, the conservative tabloid New York Post editorialized: “Independence Day, … more
A few weeks ago, The New York Times ran an article noting that with the US preoccupied by the coronavirus pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests, and massive unemployment, “its competitors are … more
Independence Day July 4 marks 54 years since the landmark Freedom of Information Act went into effect — yet some Americans are still distrustful of government. The Freedom of Information Act … more
As I watch police departments all across this country come under attack, it struck me as profoundly sad that there were so few willing to publicly stand up in support of those police men and women … more

In 1936, Bob Wian sold his car and used the $350 as a down payment on a 10-stool diner in Glendale, California, which he turned into a hamburger joint called Bob’s Pantry. Shortly, … more
All presidents must deal with things they did not expect FDR had the Great Depression and World War II. Kennedy had the Cuban Missile Crisis. George H. W. Bush had Saddam Hussein. And Donald Trump … more

INDIANAPOLIS — With 45,000 COVID-19 cases reported in just one day this week (compared to 5,000 in the European Union), it is becoming clear the United States is flunking its pandemic response … more
What you think about removing Confederate statues has less to do with your opinions about race and more with how you perceive the motivation behind removing them in the first place. Jim … more
The League of Women Voters of the United States is holding its 54th Biennial National Convention June 25-27, celebrating the 100th anniversary of the LWVUS. League members are passionate activists … more

For some reason, many people tend to affix their level of happiness on external factors, people, and sometimes, even material objects. If only ... is usually how these sentences begin. They then … more
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