12 May 2021

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Prep women to run for office for good of all

Prep women to run for office for good of all


My Opinion
Rima Shahid, Guest Writer With the campaigns of 2020 barely behind us, it might seem too soon to think about the next round of elections, b...
05 May 2021

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Mother’s Day: One son’s tribute

Mother’s Day: One son’s tribute


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When Ann Jarvis died on May 9, 1905, her daughter, Anna Reeves Jarvis, began a campaign to honor her mother as a way of celebrating all moms...
28 April 2021

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Why reforming the filibuster matters

Why reforming the filibuster matters


My Opinion
As Washington turns its attention to infrastructure and other matters of policy, the Senate filibuster isn’t commanding quite the same hea...
21 April 2021

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Where domestic policy seems headed

Where domestic policy seems headed


My Opinion
There’s not much question where the Biden administration’s domestic priorities lie. Getting the pandemic health crisis under control and...
14 April 2021

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To cancel or not, that is the question

To cancel or not, that is the question


I wonder if I’ll get “canceled” someday. I could trip up and say something awkward or inappropriate and get crushed for it. It could be a phrase in a Facebook post or a newspaper article like this. It could be a slip in the classroom that gets reported by a student. It doesn’t bother me a lot. I know I’m not perfect in word, deed, motive or thought.
07 April 2021

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Public schools a pillar of democracy

Public schools a pillar of democracy


Terry Spradlin, Guest Writer The tone of the 2021 budget session of the Indiana General Assembly has been quite different from the last budget sessio...
31 March 2021

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Let’s end the disparity

Let’s end the disparity


Systemic racism is a term that has been used more within the last year than most of us can recall in our lifetimes, and that’s because things are changing.
24 March 2021

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Who benefits from school choice?

Who benefits from school choice?


My Opinion
The Republican supermajority in the Indiana General Assembly is currently attempting to prioritize private education benefiting fewer than 1...
17 March 2021

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Open government key to honest government

Open government key to honest government


My Opinion
When government fails, it’s the rare public official who says, “Oops. My fault.”
10 March 2021

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