It’s coming, not tomorrow, but soon. You and I will be asked by our federal and state representatives how the nation and Indiana should pay for the roads we drive.
Having prospered by a lifetime of feeding at the public trough, Morton Marcus shows his disdain for the free market system.
Are Hoosiers satisfied to be the best of the worst? Is mediocrity our highest level of aspiration? I like to believe the answer to those questions is NO, but I have my doubts.
I did not expect it. Although as I look back, I now see I could have seen it coming. Like a hurricane, its path could be forecast although its timing and intensity were surprises.
This column is not intended to confuse you, but to share the difficulty of making flat statements about a complicated matter. Be patient and maybe together we can make sense out of what appears to be chaos.
The latest monthly Consumer Price Index offers a guide to life in the year ahead. Of course, as they say on Wall Street, past performance is not a guarantee of future conditions. Use caution in adjusting your life to the materials that follow.
Recently the Indianapolis Business Journal carried a front page story reporting a revolution in university life: “Indiana University is considering leasing its parking assets in Bloomington and Indianapolis.” This would be following the lead of The Ohio State University.
“Fred,” I said as my neighbor and I sat outdoors enjoying the unfamiliar cool temperatures, “Why have you never run for mayor?”
In a column by Morton Marcus, he advocates gun confiscation, and bemoans the fact that his comrades have lost heart and energy in that crusade. Doesn’t Marcus understand that his extremist pronouncements have been repeatedly rejected?
In his Times column of July 29, Morton Marcus claimed that our Indiana living expenses are comparable to those in Illinois.
Last week the Bureau of Economic Analysis in the U.S. Department of Commerce released the latest state quarterly personal income data for the first quarter of this year. The timing could not have been better.
Your columns by Morton Marcus display a strong bias toward a big federal government and disdain for elected officials who attempt to reign in excessive spending, to wit: On June 10, he claimed that private enterprise needs housing information and the bloated federal government should continu…
Today unions are being peeled so they become smaller. They are being sliced and diced in an attempt to get rid of them. But they are not being used to good advantage.
Morton Marcus's statements on the right-to-work legislation are puzzling. The right-to-work legislation puts Indiana at an advantage against non-right-to-work states from a businessman's perspective.
CROWN POINT | Although the nation out of the recession and the recovery, the expansion phase we're in now "is taking a long time," said economist and Times columnist Morton Marcus.
CROWN POINT | First Financial Bank, 11890 Broadway (U.S. 231 and Broadway), will host economist and Times columnist Morton Marcus from 8 to 9 a.m. March 23.
The latest data on the Indiana economy were released last week by the federal Bureau of Economic Analysis. If any news outlets carried the story, I missed it.
News flash: Toad Hop (Vigo County) recorded in 2010 Census as having 108 residents. Onward (Cass County) progresses with 23 percent increase in population. Economy (Wayne County) stumbles, loses 6 percent in numbers.
Consider the arguments set forth by economist Morton Marcus, as reported in the July 12 article "Economist says don't play games with debt ceiling."
GARY | Believe it or not, the U.S. economy is in a period of expansion, an Indiana economist told an audience Monday.
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