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It is my right to say whatever I wish to you. I’m privileged to have this forum in which to do it. Get the difference? A lot of people don’t get the difference and, unfortunately, many … more
More than once, readers have written in, or people have stopped me, to complain about their fellow Americans’ ignorance of the basic functions of government. Incandescent with anger, … more
NASHVILLE, Ind. — President Trump doesn’t look to be in much danger of losing his office this winter. But if history teaches us anything from past 20th Century impeachment efforts, his … more
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Just because a mentor starts unconsciously humming Motown tunes during a heart-to-heart talk with you about temptations, that doesn’t mean his advice is irrelevant. A church in Cottage … more

Founded in 1920, the League of Women Voters has an unique grassroots network of volunteers and activist in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Indiana is home to 24 local Leagues. The … more
I recently came across a few interesting tidbits regarding American money so thought I would share with you today. Prior to the Civil War, banks printed our paper money, not the federal … more
When my childhood home got a phone call, it was an event. That was partly because my father, a longtime phone-company employee, installed four brass-belled phones throughout our home. The phones … more

  Republicans have such a strong grip on Indiana — holding the governor’s office and super majorities in both legislative chambers — that it is difficult to see beyond the … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Bernie Sanders is rising, and conventional wisdom is that a Democratic nomination of the Vermont Democratic socialist will play right into President Trump’s reelection … more
Thursday was the 100th anniversary of the day Indiana formally ratified the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote. Indiana was the 26th state to ratify the women’s suffrage amendment, … more
You no doubt remember the old line attributed to Ben Franklin when he was asked what kind of government the Constitutional Convention had created: “A republic, if you can keep it!” Well, … more

The Pacers and Hoosiers are both halfway through their seasons, and if you’re a fan of both teams, you’re probably excited about one and confused about the other.  Here’s a … more
There were plenty of games last weekend to make me forget or whine about not doing an NFL playoff game. The Sugar Creek Classic provided plenty of boys action and I got to cover a couple girls … more
Forget for a moment, if you can, what you think about the dangers of tobacco and the wisdom or folly of government trying to regulate its use. Consider, instead, how you think the laws dictating your … more
I would like to take a moment to invite the citizens of Crawfordsville and Montgomery County to attend the 2020 State of the City/County Addresses on Thursday on the third floor of Fusion 54. Doors … more

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