Abdul At Large

Statehouse Republicans are pushing legislation forward that would repeal Indiana's Common Construction Wage. Kevin Brinegar, President and CEO of Indiana Chamber of Commerce, describes the 80 year old law and details his position on its potential repeal. Abdul will have more on...
I have to give the liquor stores credit. They pulled one of the best political sucker punches that I have ever seen. And I’m from Illinois. As you are aware by now, a bill that would have allowed for retail Sunday alcohol sales never made it to the full floor in the Indiana...
On today's program, Abdul talks about Sunday alcohol sales with the recent House Bill concerning Sunday sales not being called to the floor for a vote .
As Indiana lawmakers go forward with crafting a budget, I thought it would be fun to present to you some facts about schools and school funding here in Indiana to help keep the debate in perspective. I’m doing this because one thing you’ll hear in the debate is how the...
Liberal feminists rejoiced at the thought of Marvel's Thor switching sexes or essentially "losing his hammer." Abdul, the Chicks superhero on all things comic books, explained that the birth of "Lady Thor" has a simpler more obvious reason: money.
Jeff Whorley joins Abdul to introduce Class120, an app that helps parents keep students on track to college graduation . Jeff explains its applications and the correlation between high attendance and a successful college experience.
Abdul sits down with a pair of guests to figure out what went down at the rally, as well as opinions of Glenda Ritz and her future.
With a major statehouse rally planned today in support of Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz, the state Teacher’s Union recently released a poll that has some interesting results when it comes to charter schools and standardized testing. The poll of 600 registered...
Here’s a thought on this Valentine’s Day, marriages should only be valid for seven years at a time. I’ll let you catch your breath. Now let me say that again, marriage should only be valid for seven years at a time. I got to thinking about this the other day while doing some...