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What we’re seeing in Indiana and nationally is a Republican Party that doesn’t recognize it lost the crucial rubber match.
A history lover since childhood and a former Lowell resident, Julie Govert helped make history Thursday.
The future vitality of America hangs in the balance as we approach the pivotal and historic election on Nov. 6.
‘We want to make sure that we preserve and protect Medicare,’ Mitt Romney declared Aug. 13 in Florida, a crucial state where senior citizens are numerous.
CROWN POINT | Highlighting the induction of Crown Point teen Nicklaus Palmer into the rank of Eagle Scout was the reading of congratulatory letters from President Barak Obama and four past United States presidents.
We live in in perhaps the wealthiest and most influential country in the history of civilization.
The election defeat of the effort to oust Republican Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin is significant for national politics, in particular the Midwest. Democratic nominee Tom Barrett, Milwaukee's mayor, faced Walker in a replay of their 2010 election contest.
SCHERERVILLE | It wasn't the normal Lake County Republican Central Committee sixth annual Reagan Breakfast where politicians extol their virtues and ask for your vote.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels will spend the next several weeks touting his new book, which hits store shelves Tuesday.
Epic votes in Congress ultimately produce political consequences, though the direction is unknown. The Iraq War resolution and the Affordable Care Act are recent ones that resulted in a demonstrable impact on future elections.
Blame them both, the GOP and the Democrats, for creating around the world the notion that they won't raise the debt limit and retain the full faith and credit in the American financial system. So who do we think most responsible in the latest mess?
Classic, classy conservative columnist William Safire observed early in our new century that government deficits were developing "as far as the eye can see," as spending escalated and taxes were cut by the new administration of President George W. Bush.
President Barack Obama has made some bold moves -- and like them or not, they're bold -- that might have ramifications in Indiana next year.
The debate over the federal deficit is going to involve a lot of rhetoric before the 2012 election is over, but numbers will be coming up, too. And so will charts based on the data.
INDIANAPOLIS | Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels says he's talked to former President George W. Bush about a possible 2012 Republican presidential run, but Daniels isn't revealing details of the conversation.
Topical headline, isn't it? That's what we are being told by the GOP: We can operate safely with the cuts we make in this vast amount of money we receive from the taxpayers.
The past several Mondays have been blue for those of you seeking a Mitch Daniels presidential campaign.
So now we finally know where Danny Glover stands on the standoff in Indianapolis over labor issues, and I can sleep easier.
INDIANAPOLIS | A former columnist for The Times has been named communications director of the Indiana Republican Party.
Well, I took the plunge. I read "Decision Points," the book by former President George W. Bush.
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