STUDY: Indianapolis Has Best Ranked Hospitals Nationally

A five year study by a government agency has ranked Indianapolis, Indiana and the state itself as having some of the best hospitals.

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The “Great Reset” Starts January 2021

Back in June 2020, leaders of various platforms met at the World Economic Forum. Out of the meeting, the idea of a “Great Reset” of the worlds economy came to fruition.

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Indiana Governor Holcomb “Mask Inspectors” Finds Only 3.1% Non Compliance of Mask Order

In his Wednesday press conference dealing with coronavirus, Indiana Governor Holcomb released some stats that went unreported. Many in the national and Indiana media have pounded the premise “No one is wearing a mask” and the virus is spreading because of selfish Hoosiers.

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Indiana Passenger Traffic Has Rebounded, Still Down 8%

Economic lockdowns from the Coronavirus is having a severe downturn in state’s tax revenue from gasoline and diesel sales. Indiana was no exception, but has somewhat rebounded.

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The Coming Tax Hike Bomb State Governments Will Need To Implement

State governments are now facing serious upcoming spending deficits from the expansion of Medicaid via Obamacare. Continue reading →

It’s OK To Disagree On Politics

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 →

State Of Indiana Unfunded Pension Debt Continues Rise While State Legislators Ignore

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 →