Indiana lawmakers have been eager to read messages into this month’s elections results, but there’s no need to do so.
Obsession with Ritzan insult to voters Should the state superintendent be appointed instead of elected?
For more than four years, Eel River Township residents, homeowners, landowners and taxpayers have defended our community from the control tactics Huntertown has tried to force upon us.


  • Obama acts where House fears to tread
    Republicans and Democrats should be equally wary of the arbitrary exercise of presidential power. The congressional reaction to President Barack Obama's executive orders on immigration Thursday, though, is overwrought.
  • Will new Congress be virus or bacterium?
    Certain drug manufacturers, such as Eli Lilly here in Indiana, rely on live cells, often E. coli bacterial cells, to make life-saving drugs. And this, of course, is a good thing.
  • Many factors influence our changing climate
    Many scientists subscribe to the global warming theory (now called “climate change”), but science is not determined by consensus but by facts. The wise used to say the earth was flat, and everyone believed them.