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Commentary: Barack Obama and the long goodbye

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Commentary: Barack Obama and the long goodbye

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com   INDIANAPOLIS – In less than a year, Barack Obama no longer will be president of the United States. For many Americans, that will be cause for rejoicing. Most conservatives in this country have seen Obama’s rise to power as little more than an abomination, an ongoing assault on all they […]

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Commentary: Too often, we’d rather fight than find a solution

By John Krull TheStatehouseFile.com INDIANAPOLIS – The caller started to cry. She had dialed in to the radio program I host. We were talking about the sandwich generation – those Hoosiers and those Americans with children to raise and aging parents to help care for. The woman on the phone had a special needs child […]

Commentary: Partisanship drives some lawmakers back home

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Commentary: Partisanship drives some lawmakers back home

By John Krull The Statehouse File INDIANAPOLIS – The news that many members of the Indiana House of Representatives won’t run for re-election made me think of my grandfather and a friend of his. The House first. Now that the filing deadline has passed, we know that 19 members of the House – nearly 20 […]