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Once again our state legislators are endorsing laws that cater to corporations while ignoring the public’s best interest. It’s nothing new, but this time it could cause permanent damage.

Black History Month is about commemorating, celebrating and recognizing the achievements of African Americans throughout history, but we need to do more than shine a spotlight for more than 28 days.

The Democratic Party took no time at all to return to its “normal” ways of governance, stuffing bills with poison pills that will undoubtedly end in political deadlock. Instead of making significant improvements to human rights and campaign finance, U.S. citizens will be left with no change,…

I noticed in a couple of recent news reports that Indiana has been made safe again for the bald eagle, which is a simple piece of good news worth celebrating in this era riven by an angry partisan divide and political revenge disguised as a plea for unity.

There are many dangers ahead for that great survivor of American politics, Joe Biden. There is a deadly virus that is rampaging across the land even as it is mutating, economic challenges, a wealth and privilege gap that is widening, potential troubles with Iran, allies wary of America’s com…

The impeachment of President Donald Trump Wednesday will undoubtedly thrust him into our lives again over the coming weeks.

President Trump is now former President Trump. With Joe Biden now President Biden, Democrats control the White House, the House and the Senate. An ambitious agenda lies ahead for the new Democratic administration. And yet there are signs that some Democrats’ obsession with Donald Trump – the…

After Republicans lost the White House and both chambers of Congress last November, you might think they’d be asking themselves: How can we attract more voters in the next election?

May I just say that I hate my friend Sofia today. She’s in Phoenix, where the expected high is 74.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the House will vote to create an independent commission to investigate the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. There’s no doubt there needs to be an extensive investigation of the events surrounding the riot. But what is striking is that, even as Pelosi calls for an in…

When Twitter decided to remove President Donald Trump’s account from its social media platform, it sent off a firestorm of reactions. Some of these concerns are justified, but some of these concerns are not based in sound judgment.

The scene millions witnessed Wednesday was beyond tragic. It was an outright disgrace to our democracy and totally avoidable.

When former Vice President Joe Biden slammed his gavel repeatedly following the 2016 general election and proclaimed, “It is over,” Republicans lawmakers erupted with applause.

As we look back on 2020, let’s forget about the buffoonery that occurred on Capitol Hill. Washington and national politics make for great theater, but Huntington County had a historic year in many senses, which outshines any national dysfunction.

So what’s it going to be, America? The beginning of the end or the end of the beginning? Chaos and misrule, or the gradual rebirth of democratic governance under President Joe Biden?

Time magazine, demonstrating the legacy media’s continued decline into irrelevance, has deemed 2020 “the worst year ever.”

Fifty-two years ago this week, his term in the White House drawing to a sad close, President Lyndon B. Johnson gathered members of his Cabinet together and delivered a strong message.

Some anti-maskers at the Huntington County Courthouse this weekend were very confused. The mask mandate naysayers repeated a line we’ve all heard many times this year: mask mandates are unconstitutional.

It is time for the Republican Party to return to its roots. Our country has witnessed some of the most egregious lies ever made in our republic’s history over the past two weeks. It must end.