As I sift through the write ups and social media posts about the coming mid term 2018 election, I cannot help but grit my teeth at the Continue reading →
Over two years ago, this blog site was one of the first in the state to highlight the new accounting rules showing the State of Indiana had hidden its unfunded pension debt Continue reading →
One of the most valued aspects of American life is private property. Continue reading →
Local, state and federal government sits on an enormous amount of land that the private sector could make better use of. Continue reading →
Every year 9/11 is just a crappy day for me. Continue reading →
Friday, a reader of mine sent me a link from the Indianapolis Star who is reporting poverty in Indiana is increasing. Continue reading →
The growing segment of Americans who are becoming tolerant to the negatives of third world cultures is becoming worrisome.