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I write in response to an article in the Nov. 30 issue of the Journal Review — “Fountain-Warren Counties seek health department administrator.” It is a concern to me that the … more
In Huntington, the powers that be are getting a little high-handed, so some residents are getting a little testy. It’s politics at its best and worst. Late last month, the City Council … more
Today marks a hidden holiday, as uncelebrated as it is unappreciated. It was 229 years ago today that the United States ratified the Bill of Rights, ensuring unprecedented freedom for the people of … more
INDIANAPOLIS — We are now enduring one of the biggest high casualty events in Indiana history. In the second month of the mysterious COVID-19 pandemic last April, a consensus developed among … more

When the history of this era is written, special attention should be reserved for the prominent US politicians who dismissed or misrepresented the COVID-19 pandemic for political purposes. The … more

In 2020, young people showed up for democracy. Every Hoosier county reported over 50% of those registered voted, a record not achieved since 1992. This year, the vote among 18-29 years old … more

Responding to the article published Nov. 30 regarding the Fountain Warren Health Department, we write as director and coordinator of the Global Health Initiative at Wabash College, an institution … more
  I’ve mentioned this in passing in a couple of columns, but I think it bears some elaboration: Hypocrisy is a very boring subject. It’s the cheapest sort of complaint to make … more
  I don’t understand the outrage concerning Father Alexis Miller’s statement regarding “Joe Biden is not my President.” Just a short four years ago, it seems like … more

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