Dunn: Let’s celebrate Mothers’ Day
Yes, the apostrophe is in the correct place. We can credit the originator’s daughter, Anna Jarvis, and President Woodrow Wilson for moving the apostrophe and the focus.
Morris: Citizen 0; Chicken Police 1
I intended to write something pithy about the just-concluded General Assembly session, since it was full of portentous news: a whopping $44 billion budget; new public health initiatives; an enormous expansion of school choice; last-minute, eye-popping raises for the governor and other top elected state officials; a deep dive into the morass of contentious social issues.
Our viewpoint: Book-banning bill has unintended consequences
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Michael Leppert: A professor’s questions for Indiana’s Class of ‘23
We gather here today to commend you graduates, to praise you, to congratulate you. That’s what commencement ceremonies are designed to accomplish. Right? It’s not just an event where people wear funny caps and creepy gowns in front of family members who are pre-scolded for their inevitable outbursts of celebratory noise when their graduate’s name is called.
Michael Hicks: A good post-COVID run for the Hoosier economy
We are now three full years past the worst month of the COVID recession, so it is helpful to assess how Indiana’s employment has rebounded.
Education budget steers money away from most Hoosiers
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Preserve our Hancock County history
Have you ever been to jail? Wait… you don’t have to answer. But I did get your attention.
Morris: Politics, slow and steady does it
Today, let’ s pay tribute to one of history’s little known but highly influential figures: Quintus Fabius Maximus Verrucosus, a Roman statesman and military commander of the third century BC.