Franke: The two-party problem
I must hang around with the wrong people. Every time I think I have made up my mind on an issue, someone challenges that conclusion. Even worse is when the challenge is to my premises.
Marcus: 2023 – The year of living dangerously
I don’t want to write this column. I’d prefer to find a good set of data about Indiana cities and counties, to put our state in a national context. But today, the Indiana General Assembly is the greatest threat to the future of our state.
Letter to the Editor: Third fire station not a ‘toy’
To the Editor:
Support Senate Bill 369 “Jake’s Law” this session
To the Editor:
Morris: A prize for the ‘thieves’ at the BMV
It is time to announce the winner of the prestigious and soon-to-be coveted Reno Prize, which, starting this year, will be awarded to honor the most creative theft from citizens by their government.
Let’s do more to help elder caregivers
The (Jeffersonville) News and Tribune
Another perspective: Indiana lawmakers — don’t forget about firefighters
(Jeffersonville & New Albany) News and Tribune
Hicks: Remote work through the eyes of three 20-somethings; it is here to stay
It must be said again and again that 48.2 percent of college graduates in the U.S. were working remotely, according to the February 2023 Census survey. That number is up slightly from late 2021, suggesting that remote work is here to stay.
Dunn: Forced Conformity
It’s no coincidence that so many state legislatures are pushing for new laws that restrict American rights and freedoms in much the same way as portrayed in the George Orwell dystopian fiction novel, “1984.”