Our Gov. Mike Pence seems to be a man of character along with principles -- like some other elected officials of our great nation America.
VALPARAISO | Porter County Republicans are denying involvement in a postcard slamming a Democratic candidate.
Incumbent Jim Biggs and Kyle Yelton are the candidates (R) for Porter County Council -- District 1.
Mike Aylesworth is one of the candidates for the Indiana House -- District 11 seat.
Catherine Campbell is one of the candidates (R) for Lake County Council -- District 2.
Incumbent Nancy Adams and Jeff Good are the candidates (R) for Porter County Commissioner.
John Ramos and Dan Bursac are the candidates (R) for Lake County Sheriff.
It's clear the Lake County GOP needs some serious counseling for an acute case of split personality disorder.
Phil Potempa's daily entertainment news column.
Perhaps Lake County Republicans aren't endangered species after all. Maybe it's time to retract the characterization I've made in past columns of a minuscule number of conservatives wandering the region.
CHICAGO | On Capitol Hill, where the partisan divide runs so deep it has shut down the government, it can be unusual for members of opposing parties to publicly join together for much of anything — much less birthday cake.
CROWN POINT | Two women hoping to be named Lake County assessor Friday by Republican precinct committeemen have had dalliances over the years with the opposing party.
While Republicans on the national scene take their lumps over their role in the federal government shutdown, Lake County conservatives are expressing optimism for a strengthening foothold in local politics.
"To the victor belongs the spoils." - This famous quote from former New York Sen. William L. Marcy has been ringing true in our political system for generations.
Is anyone else out there more drawn to the receiver or back who does something momentous on the gridiron and doesn't spike the football?
They are still at it. After the inaugural on Jan. 20, 2009, Republican leaders gathered and decided to make sure the Obama administration serves one term — that it fail.
The July 31 edition of the Roundtable begins with the AP's story on how former Indiana school superintendent Tony Bennett changed the grade of failing school run by a key Republican donor.
INDIANAPOLIS | Secretary of State Connie Lawson is taking no public action against the employee who issued a campaign message on the Republican's office Twitter account.
CROWN POINT | Prominent Lake County Democrat George Van Til's indictment Friday on felony fraud charges has local politicos wondering just how many more black eyes the party will take in the federal government's ongoing corruption probe.
SPRINGFIELD | U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock’s decision to forgo a run for Illinois governor cut to four the number of Republicans publicly mulling a bid for the state’s top office in 2014.
Follow The Times
Pete Doherty is an accomplished scenic photographer!
Keep your pool maintained with the best chemicals and other ac…
Have recent storms left your home looking like this??? Give S.…
Has a pipe burst under your sink, making a mess of your kitche…
Need Reiki, Acupressure, Reflexology and Hypnotherapy? Call "Be Your Very Best" today at 219-663-3900
Time to take control of your life for 2014!
Should Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood receive national park status?