Feb 24, 2021
This conversation with Joe Gomeztable provides a fine history of the property tax system in Indiana. Towards the end, we also learn about We The People, living near a bar, walking from St. John to Indianapolis, and spending four years learning Latin.
Joe is an original plaintiff in Town of St. John vs State Board of...
Feb 17, 2021
What do stopping fires, supporting organizations, traveling on the edge, writing and public speaking have in common? The answer is Frank Basile of Indianapolis.
This is a fine commentary on the value of supporting the arts, seeking appropriate and exciting occupations, and getting along with people.
Feb 10, 2021
Long-time civic activist Barbara Keck, who moved back to her Indiana hometown where no Democrat has filed to run for local office since 2011, is working to establish political balance in Nappanee and the southwest corner of Elkhart County.
At some point in the future, she even might try to make her points by using...
Feb 2, 2021
Television's "Invisible Sports Producers" Terry Lingner and Conrad Piccirillo describe life inside "the truck" during a 500 mile race, Olympic rowing competition, golf, basketball, and baseball, saying that "it is so much fun, so exciting, so spontaneous."
Replays, story telling, relationships with announcers, and...
Jan 27, 2021
As a Foreign Service Officer, Mark Van Fleet learned about international trade and made life-long friendships that have advanced the aspirations of Indiana businesses.
He served in Thailand, then 20 years in senior positions at The United States Chamber of Commerce.
Why do some businesses grow internationally, while...