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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

In the past month Jared McMurry and the Journal Review staff came up with the “Best of the Decade” for Male Athlete, Female Athlete, Teams and Moments for the decade that just … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Since 1999 I’ve done an annual exercise, the Howey Politics Indiana Power 50 List, and this year’s version finds Vice President Mike Pence, Gov. Eric Holcomb and … more

Well here we are 10 days into the new year. For those of you who made resolutions, how are they coming along? As for me, I’m still laying the groundwork for some of my goals this year. Over … more
“Think of a story that impacted your life. It can be something that happened to you. It can be a movie or a book. It could have happened yesterday or half a lifetime ago.” Educator and … more
Every New Year starts this same way. I’ve been chasing NFL stops since mid-August. From time zone to time zone, hot to cold weather, one challenge after another. Then, it … more
Another year gone, another reset of the calendar, which means it is time to take stock of where we’ve been and where we’re going. The usual changeover rituals are too limited in one … more

2020 brings with it the excitement of not only a new year, but a new decade.And it is sure to be an historical decade for our community. The groundwork laid from months of planning, research and hard … more
I was deeply troubled by Christine Flowers’s column in the Journal Review in which she suggests that parents not “force” their sons to see the film Little Women because, to her, it … more
INDIANAPOLIS — Since House Democrats impeached President Trump on a mostly party line vote late last month, I’ve been pretty outspoken that his future should be determined by the voters … more
Here’s a basic truth about people who make decisions on public policy: they rarely have all the facts they want. Over the years, I’ve sat in countless meetings in which, after we’d … more

To the Fort Wayne police officer who stopped me on Bluffton Road the Saturday before Christmas: A belated thank you. I wish I had thought to say it at the time. It’s not that I was … more
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