Congressmen grilled the Big Tech giants, Google, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter CEOs in a hearing about censoring conservatives. But nothing ever happens, probably because they give a lot of money to political campaigns.
Congressmen grilled the Big Tech giants, Google, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter CEOs in a hearing about censoring conservatives. But nothing ever happens probably because they give a lot of money to political campaigns.
President Donald Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos are like football coaches on the sideline screaming at concussed players to sprint back onto the field or else they’ll lose their spot on the team.
The image has been as frequent as flags flapping in the breeze on the Fourth of July: A car cruises down the roadway, its driver clearly clutching or staring at a cellphone, occasionally glancing around to make sure the vehicle remains on course.
On my first day as Secretary of Agriculture, President Trump promised he’d fight for better deals for American farmers. That is why the president renegotiated the decades-old NAFTA and modernized it into a better deal for America’s farmers, consumers and workers that will set them up for suc…
In a typical year, the Fourth of July would be an occasion to celebrate America’s origins, history and future. Marking the anniversary of our nation’s founding should be an opportunity for reflection on the past and optimism about where we’re headed.
Since 2000, Congress has increased the national debt by $21 trillion. The career politicians in Congress have betrayed our trust, squandered our wealth and mortgaged our children’s future. This is, in my opinion, political malpractice and another reason why we need term limits.
The Indiana Election Commission, urged by Gov. Eric Holcomb, changed the rules for the June 2 primary, allowing all registered voters to cast their ballots by mail.
Times being what they are, speculation is widespread about how life will be different when the Coronavirus pandemic has run its course. Will things like keeping a social distance still be maintained? Will there be prohibitions of groups of more than 10 people? What will happen to sporting ev…
Distressing images of Wisconsin voters risking health and safety to do their civic duty at polling places are still fresh. Meanwhile, Hoosiers are looking ahead to their June 2 primary facing similar choices.
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Albert Lewis Elder, 79 of Greensburg, passed away on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 after a brief bout with cancer. Albert was born on October 7, 1940 in Decatur County, the son of Bernie and Dortha (Dickson) Elder. On December 27, 1963 he married Margaret "Ella" Lehman, they had been married for …
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