Over the past few months, family illness occasioned some marathon sessions of Hallmark movie watching. Since October, their programming has been an endless stream of Christmas movies, often casting the same actors in more or less contemporary movies.
Joe Manchin’s decision on Sunday to oppose the Build Back Better Act is a service to the country, sparing it from huge tax increases and new entitlements that would fan inflation and erode the incentive for Americans to work.
In mid-October, Franklin College celebrated Homecoming.
Those masters of Happy News, the Indiana General Assembly, are preparing to cut taxes as state tax revenues run higher than their forecasts and ahead of collections last year.
If Hoosiers need more evidence of the archaic, inefficient and sometimes-corrupt township government system, they can find it in Tippecanoe County.
The quiet and the dark soothe even a troubled spirit.
At the end of each year, news stations recount notable people who passed away during the previous 12 months.
In 1897, an 8-year-old girl from Manhattan, Virginia O’Hanlon, wrote a letter to the editor of the New York Sun. The reply, written by Francis P. Church, the editor of the newspaper, was titled, “Is there is a Santa Claus?” The editorial took on a life of its own over time and is reportedly one of the most widely reprinted editorials in history. It also has been memorialized in books, movies and songs.
I’m not an economist, so I can’t delve too deeply into the intricacies of inflation.
Information about vaccinations to thwart COVID-19 has progressed in tandem with discoveries of new variants.