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 →
Friday, a reader of mine sent me a link from the Indianapolis Star who is reporting poverty in Indiana is increasing. Continue reading →
These soon to be taxpayer liabilities are connected to the already existing $1 trillion in pension shortfalls state & local governments have
The City of Cincinnati made a horrible deal with the Bengals and now it’s getting worse.
The above entitlement programs are on an unsustainable path that the Gen X and Millennial Generations will have to address. Continue reading →
In a yet released economic study on when cities host the NFL Super Bowl, some data has leaked showing bad news for the city of Indianapolis. Continue reading →
Amazon has narrowed their list of finalists for their new headquarters down to 20 cities and Indianapolis is one of them. Continue reading →