Let’s do more to help elder caregivers
The (Jeffersonville) News and Tribune
Another perspective: Lawmakers should abandon partisan school elections idea
Intense conflict has abounded at school board meetings across the nation in recent years as parents have sparred over COVID mask policies, teachings on race relations and approaches toward LGBTQ issues.
Beating Biden requires winning industrial Middle America: Can Trump or DeSantis do it?
This time eight years ago voters thought they knew what to expect. The 2016 election would be a rematch between the two dynasties that had defined Republican and Democratic politics since the 1990s.
Morris: No right turn on red — maybe
As someone with libertarian instincts, I’ve always considered traffic regulations to be the quintessence of the law’s potential.
Another perspective: A lesson toward creating positive culture
(Terre Haute) Tribune-Star
Krull: Marjorie Taylor Greene’s divorce from reality
It’s tempting to ignore the ravings of U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Georgia.
Franke: Redeveloping our Socratic Skills
Arthur Bryant: I miss the richness and clarity of our language. If you avoid argument and offense you never develop conversational skills.
Dunn: Who cares for our children?
Childcare is a linchpin of our economy. Parents can’t work without it.
Franke: Future of the 2-party system is in question
Several books and opinion columns I’ve read in the past months have sounded the death knell of the two-party system in America. Or at least encouraged those bells to toll.
Hicks: Balancing the Federal Budget; there’s no silver bullet with will return our debt...
America’s large public debt seems poised to again become an electoral issue as we gear up for the 2024 election cycle. Though we are a long way from real debt reduction, it is helpful to gather a few facts to ponder the challenge of balancing the budget. I must say up front that balancing the budget will require both significant tax increases and benefit cuts. To pay off the debt will require even more of both.