Mr. President, the buck stops with you.
In pursuing current events as in playing cards, evaluating the wider atmosphere is as important as studying the specific hand one has been dealt.
In April 2008, Hillary Clinton made a campaign appearance at the Wigwam in Anderson. About two hours before she took the stage, a huge line of thousands of people encircled the historic basketball gym, waiting to get in.
The start of the New Year, and also of President Barack Obama’s second term, is a good time to pause for perspective on the sources of the current political constellation in our country. To help understand the recent national electoral success of Obama and the Democratic Party, study Al Smith.
Anti-gun crusader Donne Trotter has a little 'splaining to do, Lucy.
How about just trying this? If you don't like it, I won't ever mention it again. Let's conduct a normal election in Illinois.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
INDIANAPOLIS | Ahead of Tuesday's final U.S. Senate debate, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is telling Hoosiers in a new ad airing on Northwest Indiana cable TV stations that he needs them to elect Richard Mourdock.
INDIANAPOLIS | It is widely believed that the U.S. Senate is a broken institution, trapped by its own rules into requiring 60 out of 100 votes to take any action.
There has to be a better way for voters to pick political candidates than debates. Even Jell-O wrestling would be more helpful than listening to the programmed responses we get from debates.
INDIANAPOLIS | Hammond Mayor Thomas McDermott Jr. learned Friday what it's like to hear a former president of the United States praise you in front of more than 3,000 people.
INDIANAPOLIS | President Bill Clinton delivered a double dose of enthusiasm to more than 3,000 Indiana Democrats on Friday and asked them to do all they can to persuade their friends and neighbors to vote for Democrats on Election Day, Nov. 6.
North Dakota seems an unlikely place to find a saviour of the blues, but such is the case, as one of the old masters slowly passes the baton to a young gun from Fargo. For the last several years Jonny Lang, a native son of Fargo, has been mentored by the great Buddy Guy, one of the last livi…
INDIANAPOLIS | Former President Bill Clinton is coming to Indianapolis Friday to encourage Hoosiers to vote for Democrats on Nov. 6.
Four years after the most divisive primary election battle in the party's history, thousands of Democratic delegates -- including 17 from Northwest Indiana -- will stand united this week in Charlotte, N.C., as Barack Obama accepts his party's nomination for a second term as president.
WASHINGTON | We're heavier in pounds and hotter by degrees than Americans of old. We're starting to snub our noses at distant suburbs after generations of burbs in our blood. Our roads and bridges are a mess. There are many more poor, and that's almost sure to get worse.
THE THRIVING HEALTH CARE SECTOR IN NWI IS NOT JUST GOOD BUSINESS, IT’S AN ENVIRONMENTAL ADVANTAGE AS OUR FAMILIES AND CHILDREN GAIN GROUND IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS
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