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A national analyst says Indiana is in the “dark ages” when it comes to its laws regulating beer sales at grocery and convenience stores. Click Here for More Photo: Indy Politics
This weekend in Indianapolis there were two events that could not be any more different from each other, the Indy Pride parade and a rally against Sharia Law. Although I have to say, the anti-Sharia law crowd was a lot more “colorful” than the Indy Pride folks. Click Here for...
Here's a few minutes of my stand up comedy act. I did it a local Sparks Talk. It's a monthly gathering of professionals who share stories and ideas. We hope you find it somewhat amusing. Click Here to be entertained.
A recent op-ed by Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill against the legalization of marijuana for medicinal or recreation purposes has reigniting the debate over the issue. Click Here for More Photo: Indy Politics
With a new poll out showing a majority of Hoosiers support Sunday sales and being able to buy cold beer at grocery and convenience stores, here are five quick things Indiana lawmakers can do to put some sanity back in the state's alcohol laws. Let Hoosiers buy alcohol on Sundays...
A new poll by expanding cold beer and Sunday sales and advocates shows strong support for reforming Indiana’s alcohol laws. The poll by the organization called “Chill Indiana” shows 70 percent of Hoosiers favor allowing grocery and convenience stores to sell cold beer and 65...
The beautiful thing about being a reasonable and rational human being is that you don’t give into histrionics. For example, when the Trump administration announced this week it was pulling out of the Paris Climate Change Accord some people heard angels sing and that U.S. coal...
It's that time of year where I present my friendly advice to the Class of 2017. So without further delay, here we go. (Cue Pomp and Circumstance Music) 1. Everything happens for a reason, sometimes we just can’t figure it out right away, but eventually, you do. And you will be...
The Judge for Marion County’s Juvenile Courts says she’s seen a sharp increase in armed robberies involving minors and she is not very optimistic that things will get better this summer in Indianapolis. Click Here for More Photo: RTV 6