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Oct 27, 2022

Over the years, I have had the good luck of being able to visit our nation’s capital in Washington, D.C., many times.

I once regularly had pressing work-related reasons to go. Those reasons might be so-called big-deal visits to “The Hill” or crucial meetings with some powerful federal agency. Maybe it was...

Oct 19, 2022

I wonder every election if voters fully understand what candidates are really saying to them during campaigns. Some years, I’m sure voters get it. Lately, it seems to be getting tougher.

A couple of issues this year are making things particularly difficult: inflation and abortion. 

When talking about the economy, time...

Oct 14, 2022

The Judicial Branch of government is certainly on a roll. It started with “The Leak” in May of what turned out to be the official landmark ruling in July of Dobbs v. Mississippi.

You know the one. It is the one that turned back the clock on women’s healthcare rights by nearly half a century. The justices voting in...

Oct 5, 2022

Indiana GOP chairman Kyle Hupfer has a real problem on his hands. Wait a minute, that’s not accurate. Hupfer’s hands are full of them.  

Really? How much trouble could the Republican chairman have in a state like Indiana? His party controls all of state government. Being in charge doesn’t sound like any trouble at...