“I’ve come here to bury my Civic, yes, but also I must praise her. I put more than 100,000 miles on that car. I drove her all over the Midwest, to Cleveland, Chicago, and Nashville. I commuted daily for years. When I needed to go somewhere, she went with me.” John King says goodbye.
“I didn’t want to admit that I was raped. Even writing it feels wrong. Inaccurate. The logic my brain has for what happened is that it couldn’t have been rape if I deserved it so much.” How Sophie Lucido Johnson reclaimed her life.
“What was once the party of freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness has become ugly in its old age. It has become a party of power-hunger and partisanship.” Damon Elliott Jordan reflects on his history–and what it means to be a Republican in Indiana.
“After much long and agonized consideration, I decided some time ago that I wanted to be known by only one name.” Jim Courter welcomes your suggestions.
Hoosiers are just too pragmatic and anti-government and . . . polite to make HJR-3 a reality. At least Kit Malone hopes so.
“So I’ve been paying attention to this whole HJR-3 gay marriage thing, and I have to say that I don’t understand the big deal.” Ken Honeywell states his case.