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Oct 30, 2018

Irena Goloschokin left Russia in 1989 with $90.  Now she is a successful, honored, Indianapolis businesswoman who supports her adopted community through public radio and The New World Youth Orchestra, among others.  Meanwhile, she helps to manage Copper Mountain Technologies and its award-winning product, the vector...

Oct 23, 2018

Morton and John talk gerrymandering with former Indiana Supreme Court Justice Theodore Boehm.  Topics considered are term limits, early decisions about apportionment, inherited seats, how "fairness" may be measured, and how gerrymandered districts favor election of persons with radical (not centrist) points of...

Oct 19, 2018

Mollianne Cameron, with her husband Russell, and their children Cavan and Clara, wrote, produced, edited, directed and distributed "Lakota Girls," an historical drama about Indian life, racial prejudice, and lasting friendship.

The film will appear on major, national platforms.

Subjects considered in this interview are...

Oct 12, 2018

Long-time, retired, Marian University professor William Doherty talks about teaching, the significance of teaching humanities, whether any person who uses Facebook is a "fool," and whether The Kavanaugh nomination will be "historic."

Answer:  depends on how long he serves, and future events.

At the end, John reflects on...

Oct 11, 2018

Kurt Vonnegut Library historian, William Briscoe, gives a concise biography of the novelist while describing the library in down town Indianapolis.  

In "Sound Off" at the conclusion, Morton suggests that utilizing federal funds for local infrastructure projects does not reflect true local priorities and...