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The legacy of newspaperman Eugene C. Pulliam

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Media | Eugene C. Pulliam was born 125 years ago today, in the home of a circuit-riding missionary who traveled the wind-swept plains of western Kansas in the late…

Common grace in the courtroom

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Courts | INDIANAPOLIS—Call it compassionate conservatism. Or common grace. Author Jay Hein, who runs the Sagamore Institute, refers to it as “the greater good.”

Picking up where Francis Schaeffer left off

Picking up where Francis Schaeffer left off

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Books | Mild-mannered and gentle with his friends, Steve Garber must be very hard-nosed and disciplined in his management of his time and productivity. He reads books…

Seniors addicted to the slots

Seniors addicted to the slots

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Gambling | A recent study by the Institute for American Values (IAV) outlines the tragedy: Casinos have become depressing senior citizen centers. The report, titled…

Finding a miracle in America

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Congo | INDIANAPOLIS—Congo refugee Emmanuel Musinga almost got killed by militia from another tribe in a civil war because he was from the wrong tribe in Africa.

Common Core kills off the great stories

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Education | Terrence Moore didn’t plan to crusade against the Common Core education push. He was just minding his own business teaching history at Hillsdale College and…

The hidden costs of casinos

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Gambling | New York state voters recently bet that casinos would help revive the economically depressed Catskill Mountains resort area. The upstate region of New York…

Helping to break the crime/prison cycle

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Prison | INDIANAPOLIS—Growing up in poverty and crime on the west side of Indianapolis, William Bumphus was in and out of jail and prison in the late 1960s and…

Fleeing Common Core and into the arms of classical education

Fleeing Common Core and into the arms of classical education

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Education | INDIANAPOLIS—Designed to boost academic standards nationally, Common Core has fired up fierce political debates in Indiana and other states. Critics on the…

How Christ changed a life

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Hope Award | INDIANAPOLIS—WORLD’s Midwest Regional runner-up in its annual Hope Award for Effective Compassion is the Shepherd Community Center here in Indiana’s…

Renewed interest

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Cities | What was once a dying Indianapolis neighborhood is being brought back to life one family at a time

Weekend Reads: A father’s grief in miscarriages

Weekend Reads: A father’s grief in miscarriages

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Books | In his professional life, Shawn Collins works from the left side (logic, facts) of his brain as a Rolls-Royce engineer in Indianapolis. But as a father he’s…

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