Hicks: Inflation is a policy and political problem

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The Consumer Price Index was released this week, showing inflation at 8.3 percent, year over year. The number is not especially surprising, just a tad better than March. We have probably passed the month of ‘peak’ inflation for this cycle.

Morris: The Sport of Kings, et al

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It’s probably sacrilegious for a Hoosier to admit this, but I find auto racing the dullest of spectator sports.

Another perspective: Soaring prices further food insecurity, need for help

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(Jeffersonville & New Albany) News and Tribune

Krull: The dog that caught the car

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The signs bob up and down above the heads of the passersby on Fifth Avenue in New York City.

LEPPERT: Jan. 6 committees feels storytelling pressure

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I have felt for the longest time that America has begun to feel like a never-ending reenactment of Monty Python’s classic sketch, “The Argument Clinic.” The premise of the 1970 sketch is that there might actually be people who are simply looking for an argument and are willing to pay a pro to deliver one. Michael Palin and John Cleese expertly show how frustrating a so-called argument can be when contradiction is its only feature. First of all, the sketch is hilarious, but importantly today, it foreshadowed social media and contemporary politics 50 years ahead of its time.

Another perspective: Remember to thank a nurse

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(Logansport) Pharos-Tribune