A popular sound bite has recently been on repeat in my social media feed that says something to the effect of “you don’t have to be good at your hobbies to enjoy them.”
A little more than a week into Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked and brutal invasion of Ukraine, Russia is isolated at the United Nations, hobbled by unprecedented economic sanctions and stalled in its conquest by the inspiring resistance of Ukrainians.
Becky tore an article from a recent Good Housekeeping magazine she thought I might be interested in reading and laid it on the table.
Authoritarian governments are frequently thought to be more decisive than democracies.
The disagreements start over the most mundane of matters.
As Joe Biden delivered his first State of the Union Address, I could not help but think about former First Lady Michelle Obama’s famous assessment of the presidency.
I write about economic development in Indiana.
There are plenty of unanswered questions in the dispute between the city of South Bend and a local developer over the housing of people at the former Madison Center.
I do a lot of dumb things. But I have no regrets, because these missteps often end up as an inspiration for one of my columns. I do not do dumb things on purpose. That would be, well …dumb.
We may have created a monster born out of nostalgia.