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I bet if he went on to release a single with Justin Bieber or win a Billboard Award, you would go on to be proud of him: a la Chris Brown. Cause, you know, girl-beaters should be shamed unless they're famous and popular.
Committee, consistently backed defense assistance for Israel and in the 1980s championed freedom for Soviet Jews. But he was also known for pushing a more active U.S. approach to brokering Middle East peace than that favored by much of the pro-Israel
John Kass May 10, 2012 Watching all this from the bordering state once called Illinois now known as the wind-swept economic wasteland of Madiganistan makes me wonder what it would be like to live in Indiana or Wisconsin, where Republicans aren't
When, a couple of months ago, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum were still battling for the Republican presidential nomination, there was talk that a still-disputed nomination race here on May 8 could spell trouble for the Duneland School property-tax
Lugar told the newspaper he has important unfinished business to attend to. He pointed to the Nunn-Lugar Cooperative Threat Reduction Program that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union. Recounting that he and then-Democratic Sen. Sam Nunn of
Committee, said in an interview on Bloomberg Television's "Political Capital with Al Hunt" that will air this weekend. "The Libya situation borders on being a fiasco altogether." U.S. diplomacy with Pakistan "certainly leaves a lot to be desired,"
In his 2004 Indiana Republican Convention nomination speech, Gov. Mitch Daniels promised a "freight train of change." It roared out of the House and Senate this week as legislators passed landmark education reforms and abortion restrictions that
In a southern Indiana banquet room last week, Republicans dined on pork chops, listened to local politicians, then cast an informal vote in a race on all their minds: next year’s re-election bid by six-term Senator http://topics.
Indiana Senators Dick Lugar and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Congressmen Bruce Braley (D-IA) and Marlin Stutzman (R-IN) introduced bipartisan legislation that would ensure that American farmers are represented in the decision-making process for
As the U.S. Senate began negotiations to stave off a federal government shutdown, representatives from the Indiana Public Interest Research Group were joined by AnaTeresa Bagatella, a Pell Grant recipient at Indiana