Columns

Executive privilege is killing checks and balances

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By Michael Leppert The U.S. House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 attack has issued some subpoenas. Investigations of any significance usually include subpoenas. Whether...

America: Melting pot or boiling cauldron?

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By Mark Franke I learned during what many today consider the benighted 1950s about the melting pot concept. This was taught in what we called...

Education and the great divide

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By Leo Morris If a group of parents request that certain material be removed from the classroom, that is not censorship or “book banning.” Is...

NexusPark’s TIF district good start on redevelopment

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Columbus is on the way to redeveloping the derelict FairOaks Mall, with recent initial approval of a Tax Increment Finance district that will help...

Influencing the World

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By Sharon Mangas My fifth grandchild is due in March, and like many of my fellow Prime-Timers, I think about the world our grandchildren will...

Lori Borgman: Playing another round of hide and shriek

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By Lori Borgman We’re thinking about getting one of those Ring doorbells that notify you on your cell phone every time someone is at the...

The battle in Congress to lower prescription drug prices

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By Trudy Lieberman Hoosier Health In the next few weeks we’ll find out if Congress has the chops to lower the price of prescription drugs paid...

Our own personal debt ceiling

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By Bud Herron My wife and I must admit we can be spendthrifts at times. Over the past three or four years of coping with life’s...

County council tax-cut pledge doesn’t serve constituents

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A nonbinding pledge to reduce taxes and pursue other fiscally conservative policies adopted by the Bartholomew County Council — after it passed the county’s...

How conservatives attempted to refute Trump’s version of the ‘steal’

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By Brian Howey As a prelude to Donald Trump’s presidency, his adviser Steve Bannon said in 2016, “Lenin wanted to destroy the state, and that’s...