Last week I went to the post office for the first time in three years. I planned to use the self-service, but it wasn’t working, so I had to go into the main service area. I was masked and keeping distance, but when you are called to the counter you can’t do that. Another patron was wearing his mask only covering his mouth. I asked him to please pull it up over his nose. He got in may face, sneered, and pretended to pull it up. The next patron was not wearing a mask at all. She said she was vaccinated and didn’t need a mask. I said I was at high risk. She said then I should not be out.
With rights come responsibilities, and the right of law-abiding citizens to carry a handgun must be balanced against the responsibility we all should feel about keeping the public safe.
The Terre Haute Tribune-Star
Samuel Lucas has joined the ranks of the Columbus Police Department after being sworn in by Columbus Mayor Jim Lienhoop, on Tuesday at Columbus City Hall.
INDIANAPOLIS — We sit in the hospice, four men in a small room.
From: Bob DeWeese
2022 is an election year — a mid-term election, what some folks might even call an “off-year” election because we won’t be voting for president or governor. But really, there are no “off-year” elections. A tried truism is that all politics are local. And this year, offices from school boards and town councils to representatives in the Statehouse, Congress and the United States Senate will be on the ballot.
From: Steve Schoettmer
“I may be old, and I may be young, but I am not done changing,” sings John Mayer in 2017’s “Changing.” Let’s pretend for a few minutes that this song is being sung by America.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch