College students at Ohio State will now have a food option comparable to withdrawing money
State governments are now facing serious upcoming spending deficits from the expansion of Medicaid via Obamacare. Continue reading →
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 →
Friday, a reader of mine sent me a link from the Indianapolis Star who is reporting poverty in Indiana is increasing. Continue reading →
The 102nd running of the Indianapolis 500 takes place this Sunday, May 27th.
The City of Chicago is repeatedly in the news in a bad way and truly is a city in decline. Continue reading →