In Georgia, a State that appears to be “purple”—to use the popular parlance of color to describe party affiliation as a spectrum between one extreme of red (pure Republican) and blue (pure Democratic), and the shades of magenta, violet, and purple between—a voter registration drive was held this year. Ninety thousand (90,000) voters were registered. Shortly after the deadline for registration passed, the office of the Secretary of State somehow “lost” 40,000 of those registrations. New…Continue
In the middle of the night, as I flushed my contribution to the White River and prepared to return to bed, I was startled by two sharp raps on the bathroom door. From behind the door, a gruff voice said, “Boss wants to see ya.” In my jockey shorts, I opened the door and was face-to-chest with the specter of a large, rough man. “I said da Boss wants ta see ya,” he repeated.
“I heard you the first time.” A glow came from around the edges of the door to the Study. In that room,…
The absence of a declared Republican Party candidate for Indianapolis Mayor got me to ponder last night about tossing my Cubs or DePauw University baseball cap into the ring for that slot on this spring’s ballot.
First, I wish to set forth the main points of the platform on which I would run. Second, I shall address questions of logistics. Finally, I shall set forth the political philosophy I embrace and my qualifications.
1) The process by which any…
Remember, today, October 18, and tomorrow we shall stream live from the Body Mind Spirit Festival, held this weekend at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. We will interview exhibitors who are involved in the holistic movement. Other exhibitors will stream from our channel—7bitsofinfo on Live365—through the day. Also, Kimann Scultz will join us with her "Fashion News and Muse" and Tyler Rayl will give insight on Sports.
ADVISORY I have to issue: The views of the exhibitors do not…
Civil, rational debate of everything and anything.