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“Indiana” has to go, so we’ll need to come up with a new name for the state. That’s not an outrageous statement. It can be logically inferred from remarks by Gov. Eric … more
As the U.S. is currently being devastated by COVID-19 deaths due in large part to the inept and farcical response of the Trump administration, run away global warming due in part to the obliteration … more
BLOOMINGTON — Everyone, from Gov. Eric Holcomb to parents, teachers, students and employers, yearns to reopen schools and universities within the next three to four weeks. But parents are … more
On July 6, ICE announced that international students with valid student visas would be forced to leave the United States if their university moves its classes online due to the pandemic. I was … more

For those of us who live some distance from our nation’s capital, a trip there is a special vacation destination. While there, we visit the headquarters of our federal government and our great … more
I’d like to confess something I feel guilty about. It happened a long time ago, back in high school. One of my classmates — I won’t give his name or even a pseudonym, for … more
I’m getting a whole-house attic fan installed this week — just like the one my father had installed in my childhood home — and I cannot wait to cool my house using his old-time … more

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Condemnations of white privilege and whiteness with demands for guilt, shame and contrite confession run hot along virtual networks of our civic square in the news, academy, politics and … more
NASHVILLE, Ind. — Forty-one years ago as the U.S. reeled from oil shocks and long lines of cars just to get gas, the conservative tabloid New York Post editorialized: “Independence Day, … more
A few weeks ago, The New York Times ran an article noting that with the US preoccupied by the coronavirus pandemic, Black Lives Matter protests, and massive unemployment, “its competitors are … more

Independence Day July 4 marks 54 years since the landmark Freedom of Information Act went into effect — yet some Americans are still distrustful of government. The Freedom of Information Act … more
As I watch police departments all across this country come under attack, it struck me as profoundly sad that there were so few willing to publicly stand up in support of those police men and women … more

In 1936, Bob Wian sold his car and used the $350 as a down payment on a 10-stool diner in Glendale, California, which he turned into a hamburger joint called Bob’s Pantry. Shortly, … more
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