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It’s such a perfect little story to illustrate this awful, awful year of the pandemic, cities overtaken by anarchy and an election from hell.

As Eric Holcomb prepares to embark on his second term as Indiana’s governor, he should heed a passage from Jim Collins’ best-selling 2001 book, “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap ... and Others Don’t.”

Indiana democrats hoped to do well in the 2020 election but failed again.


As detailed in a special report recently by CNHI News Indiana, the state’s oversight of nursing homes was lax in the months and years before the pandemic hit.


Gov. Holcomb is sitting on a lead, Woody Myers' campaign is missing in action and not enough is known about Libertarian Donald Rainwater.

No, we’re not talking about the rhetoric being used by the candidates themselves, although a more rational approach there certainly couldn’t hurt.

News that President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump tested positive for the coronavirus shook America and the world in the wee hours of Friday morning.

Among the many qualities Hoosiers seek in elected officials, a genuine concern for the health and well-being of constituents ranks at the very top.

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Pro sports, the NBA and MLB have returned without fans because of the pandemic. But the pro players have also joined the Black Lives Matter political organization by refusing to stand for the Naitonal Anthem and painting BLM logos on their playing surface. Offended fans may find something el…

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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.

Because of COVID, students will have to wear astronaut suits for protection.

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