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Time magazine, demonstrating the legacy media’s continued decline into irrelevance, has deemed 2020 “the worst year ever.” No, not hardly, and that claim is easily dismissed with … more

Some friends and family members who were kind enough to read “What to call Jill?” published in these pages on Dec. 21 were disappointed and perhaps angered that I did not answer directly … more
INDIANAPOLIS — President Trump is scheduled to leave office at noon, Jan. 20. He has had an extraordinary impact on the United States and Indiana and will leave behind a deeply divided … more

Now that we are well into the month of December, my three teenage daughters have provided me with their extensive Christmas lists – both electronic and hard copies – in triplicate. Full … more

When we were small, we didn’t know we were “poor.” The holidays overflowed with anticipation and heightened sensations. As a kid, we decorated about three weeks before Christmas. I … more
On a wall of the weight room in my gym at St. Joseph Medical Center downtown is a quote attributed to Mother Teresa that’s been sneaking up on me for the last few months. Many of you probably … more
The way my siblings and I responded to my family’s chicken-pox outbreak in 1973 may shed light on Americans’ responses to COVID-19 in 2020. I was about 10 and remember how differently … more

On Dec. 5, the Eve of the Feast of Saint Nicholas, I fell ill quickly. Three days later I found out it was COVID-19. Despite my best efforts to mask, distance and limit being out the virus found me. … more
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