Protecting our children nonstop task

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The number of cases of abused and neglected children in Indiana continues to grow, and 2016 marked the fifth straight year of increases statewide. While...

Why Tech companies are getting political

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By David Boaz President Donald Trump has tried to court executives of technology companies. Before he even took office, he hosted the heads of such...

Bad ideas have real costs

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One of the supreme achievements of microeconomics as a discipline lies in its reliance on actual data. The insights available from facts allow us...

Beyond the election: Candidates need to focus on economy

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This campaign year has been full of twists and turns. We don’t know what’s going to happen tomorrow, let alone on Nov. 8. So...

Ritz’s office should have put contract up for bid

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(Anderson) Herald Bulletin Sunday, September 4, 2016 With as many problems as the Indiana Department of Education has with ISTEP contracts and statewide perception, it is...

Gleaners service still more than mobile food pantry

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I wanted to personally respond to an article published in the Aug. 18 edition of The Tribune regarding the closing of the Gleaner’s Mobile...

Vote could go either way in Indy mass transit referendum

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A David vs. Goliath battle is taking shape in Indianapolis as citizens prepare to vote this fall on a controversial tax increase to upgrade...

Starting a conversation on giving

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Americans gave a record amount of gifts to nonprofit and charitable organizations in 2015, the second year in a row. Experience at...

Indiana’s economy: Better than expected, worse than it should be

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It is election season and the op-ed pages are filled with commentaries on the good and bad features of the Hoosier economy. As an...

Young supporter makes reluctant transition to Clinton

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INDIANAPOLIS — Krishna Pathak knows he won’t be casting his ballot in November for his political hero, Bernie Sanders, but he’ll still get a...