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I wish I had a change of heart, but I still can’t support it. Back in 2009, long before I got my beloved 11-month-old puppy, Thurber, I was critical of a proposed federal bill that sought … more
I’m sitting here still eating turkey three days after Thanksgiving and thinking: Leftovers are food nostalgia By enjoying the dishes again, we can trigger memories of the holiday just … more
  NEW YORK — “How are you doing today, Buddy?” the St. Vincent’s intensive care nurse asked me in late November 2019. To which I replied, “Why do you all call … more

NEW YORK — “How are you doing today, Buddy?” the St. Vincent’s intensive care nurse asked me in late November 2019. To which I replied, “Why do you all call me … more
Before the Indiana legislative branch received census data to redraw districts for the next decade, this League of Women Voters member sat down with State Sen. Phil Boots to discuss how to empower … more

It’s a cliché to say that everything’s connected. But we live in a world where this is clearly true. Ideas, goods, services, workers, tourists, commerce, communications, drugs, … more
  Now that the Kyle Rittenhouse trial has gone into the left-right proxy war history books, a couple of points to reflect on that might have gotten lost in the shuffle: The first point is … more

INDIANAPOLIS — What do Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, industrialist Charles Koch, former House Speaker John Boehner, Sarah Palin and Snoop Dogg have in common? They all back … more

I’m sure it happens in all towns, especially smaller ones, but it seems that many of the things that are unique to that town are taken for granted or under appreciated by those who live there. … more
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