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Mar 30, 2021

The question is not whether student loans should be forgiven.  The question is how parents and students handle this in the future.  Five years for a four-year degree?  Eight years to enter a low-paying profession?  First-class meals and living facilities with jacuzzis?  

Bill Wozniak, Vice President of InVestEd,...

Mar 24, 2021

Robin Winston, the first African American to lead an Indiana political party, talks about practical politics, how to prioritize, as well as African American historical sites in Indiana, and the underground railway up the eastern side of the state.  


Mar 17, 2021

The Economic Development Commission Coalition of Southwest Indiana, headed by our guest, Greg Walthen, and about to merge with other organizations, is a powerhouse in a region which includes the sixth largest inland waterway port, some of the most digitally well-connected communities in the state, a superb airport, and,...

Mar 11, 2021

As this is published, the General Assembly of Indiana is processing its budget for two years.  Having passed The House, it is ready for consideration by The Senate, to be followed by a conference between the two houses to arrive at a conclusion.

Many stories here by legislative expert Jerry Williams, including the...

Mar 3, 2021

The minimum wage, repairing roofs, wage disparity, literacy and education, all are part of this statistical presentation about poverty in both The United States and Indiana.

John and Morton discuss these topics while also learning what Morton would do if he were in The Oval Office, or The Square Office, when he runs in...