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INDIANAPOLIS – Whether it was North Side Gym in Elkhart or the Southport Fieldhouse, or packing Evansville’s Ford Center with 11,000 supporters in September 2018, President Trump was at … more

“Don’t forget your ‘I voted’ sticker,” poll workers cajoled on Nov. 3. As I initialed ballots alongside retired minister Mark Ward-Bopp, he smiled affably and quipped, … more
Batman needed the Joker. Javert needed Jean Valjean. Patton needed Rommel. The media needs Donald Trump and vice versa. What will they do without each other? We can only speculate. CNN will … more
In the suburbs of Philadelphia, Montgomery County’s Board of Health issued an order by unanimous vote last week to shut down all in-person learning at school for two weeks. The reason for … more

Her name was Judy — no point in making up a protect-her-privacy name for her at this point. She was a year behind me in high school — a junior when I was a senior — so our paths … more
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
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