The election is past. The Democratic Party offered, as a candidate for President of the United States, a person who already had staked out a claim to the nomination, through use of long-time connections within the party. The Republican Party “regulars” were reluctant to endorse the individual who won the primary/caucus process as he extolled many views people find abhorrent.
Both candidates were reported as having the highest “unfavorable” ratings of any two candidates for the…
We lived on Arlington Place, in a one-bedroom apartment with a Pullman kitchen—i.e., down-sized appliances arrayed in a line that could be hidden when the louvered doors were pulled across and shut. On the first floor of the building was an Italian restaurant called Salvatore’s.
We had moved there after she graduated from Purdue. We were young, broke, and didn’t care. She had a job at one of the exchanges as a runner. I obtained employment at Northwestern University School of Law as…
I was contacted by individuals with no connection to the campaign of Donald Trump® and asked, in the wake of yesterday’s announcement by the Man Who Would Be—Well I’ll Settle for President that he would impose a really strict test on those who would try to enter the United States to draft such a test. The folks in question would have to past a test to ascertain whether those folks understand The Constitution. One reasonably infers Mr. Trump® meant the Constitution of the United States,…Continue
I have suggested IndyGo, to acculturate the citizens of Indianapolis and Marion County to take mass transit, should:
1) Increase the number of bus routes to optimize the number of potential riders. We should have bus routes in areas where the numbers of potential riders is greatest.
2) Increase the number of buses on those routes so that during peak hours, especially, someone need wait no more than ten minutes for a bus.
3) Make sure the buses run on time and are…
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