Nov 28, 2018
Farmer, trade group leader, development expert, consultant about servant leadership, Phil Anderson reflects on opportunities found in small Indiana towns. (He has visited all of them. Yes. All!)
Phil's firm is Re Think, Doing Outside the Box. "Constant persuasion mode," "followers chose leaders; we only can decide...
Nov 21, 2018
Jeff Sparks, founder of the writer's camp called The New Harmony Project, founder of The Heartland International Film Festival, and recently a promoter/coordinator of a new criminal justice center, reflects on how stories affect culture.
Jeff's Book, "Changing Culture Through Stories," is described.
Nov 16, 2018
Creating a redistricting commission in Indiana is a goal of Common Cause Indiana, headed by Julia Vaughn, with whom John and Morton discuss negative effects of gerrymandered districts in the context of the 2018 midterm elections.
Along the way we hear about the "guillotine of data," and Governor Holcomb's 2016 pledge to...
Nov 9, 2018
During a flurry of idle chatter, John and Morton exchange thoughts about Bingo, The Lottery (very bad for kids), amending the Indiana constitution (very bad, too much clutter), making ATMs into gambling machines, negotiating improvement in a private road, and wasteful spending by a neighborhood.
If that were not...