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Leo Morris: Picking a US Supreme Court nominee

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A presidential candidate promises to put a woman on the Supreme Court.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Legislators in hurry to bar transgender athletes

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The quickest and fairest response to Indiana House Bill 1041, which would bar transgender women — those who are biologically male but do not identify as such — from participating in girls’ sports is simple.

Norman Knight: How do we save Groundhog Day?

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In my dream I am out in the mid-winter woods standing among a group of groundhogs.

Amy Hamilton: Crafting for a cause

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Valentine’s Day is an excellent time to reflect on how wonderful it feels to receive cards from family and friends, particularly when you’re not expecting it.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Book-banning: A slippery slope

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The noble moral crusaders of Tennessee’s McMinn County School Board have voted unanimously to remove Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel “Maus” from its English language curriculum, purportedly over concerns that the earnest and agonizing depiction of Polish Jews (cartoon mice) surviving the Nazis (cartoon cats) contains profanity and brief nudity.

Michael Hicks: Chick-fil-A as a tasty window into innovation

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The pandemic continues to offer insights into a variety of economic phenomena.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Handcuffs on powers of governor ill-serve state

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Indiana’s governor oversees the day-to-day management of many of the agencies of state government, but not all.

Morton Marcus: Hoosier schools leaving vaping money on the table

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I’ve been reading a 309-page story that could become a delightful movie about corporate deceit and anti-social behavior.

John Krull: Lawmakers to public: Talk to the hand

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If you want to understand why government in our country is so often lost, ineffectual and misguided, just look at what’s happening in our Indiana General Assembly.

ANOTHER VIEWPOINT: Welcoming Afghan allies is an ongoing commitment

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After a harrowing escape from their home nation last summer, some 7,200 Afghan allies of American forces passed through Camp Atterbury on their way to new homes in the United States.