We give and take advice on a daily basis. Yet seldom do you give advice to someone 200 years in advance.
Many of our national trials and tribulations — along with our Grand-Canyon-size political divide — could be resolved, if someone could just find “the average American.”
Watching news of the strike against General Motors, I was reminded of my youth. I grew up in Anderson, where Chevrolets and Pontiacs, Oldsmobiles and Buicks and even Cadillacs filled nearly ev…
When I first heard that I’d be reviewing an animated movie called “Abominable,” I was excited. I couldn’t wait to see a movie about a bovine that swallows an incendiary device.
Those of us with libertarian instincts who want less from government – less spending, less growth, less meddling with the private sector – are frustrated at every level.
I recently had the honor of being invited Sept. 13 to the Hoosier State Press Association Summit to address the preservation of publishing public notices in newspapers.