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This may sound strange, but I agree with many Aaron Bailey supporters that he did not have to die at the hands to two IMPD officers. I say that because after reading St. Joseph County special prosecutor Kenneth Cotter’s report , I am convinced that the person most responsible...
In the wake of the decision by the special prosecutor to not file charges in the Aaron Bailey police action shooting, I thought it might be noteworthy to publish some of the data regarding such incidents.* Here’s what I found, overall... There have been nearly 800 police action...
A new Morning Consult poll released this morning has Governor Eric Holcomb with a 53 percent approval rating, meaning U.S. Senators Joe Donnelly and Todd Young are under 50 percent. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy Politics
Growing up as a kid on the south side of Chicago, you got a pretty good education when it came to the street hustle, notably if you ever played the old shell game. That’s the game where you place a ball under one of three cups, move the cups around, and someone tries to guess...
Indiana Congressman Larry Bucshon says he is open to a Congressional hearing regarding what opioid manufactures knew about the addictiveness of their product. Click Here for More Photo: Indy Politics
As you know, I am one the last people who should ever talk about anything sports related, unless it has something to do with Indiana government and politics, and then it’s game on (pardon the expression). I bring this up because the recent kneeling during the National Anthem...
Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb , along with two other Republican Midwestern Governors, is appearing in a campaign ad for Illinois incumbent Bruce Rauner. Click Here for More Photo: Abdul/Indy Politics
A Ball State survey of Hoosiers gives Democrat Joe Donnelly a slight edge in the U.S. Senate race over challengers Todd Rokita and Luke Messer . According to the results of the Old National Bank/Ball State University 2017 Hoosier Survey of 600 adult Hoosiers 32 percent there was...
And then there were four. Republican State Representative Jim Baird has announced he is running for Congress in the 4th District. Baird put out a news release “highlighting his years of service in West Central Indiana as a small business leader, local volunteer, public servant,...