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Have Republicans strengthened their base or have Democrats in Indiana simply abandoned party principles in favor of winning?

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On both sides, people are driven by a conviction that their needs, their hopes and their dreams have been disregarded by a rigged system that has no respect for them as people or citizens. 

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The president wants you to to fear refugees; the NRA wants you to fear a loss of personal freedom. Meanwhile, “troubled” white guys are gunning down innocents in record numbers. 

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As we approach our 30th anniversary next March, I have an exciting announcement to make about our response to the challenges facing media and our role in Indianapolis.

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For at least two generations, one successful politician after another has built their success on denigrating government - casting it not as the expressed will of the people in a self-governing society, but as the obstacle to that expression.

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The Indianapolis Star columnist lost a hard battle with stomach cancer this week. His passing prompted an outpouring of tributes, all of them deserved.

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Will this year's midterm elections be a “Blue Wave” or a “Red Wave”? No one knows. But, there is only one poll that matters, anyway: Voting.

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President Trump wants to blame everyone but himself for this tidal wave of ugliness, but he can’t escape his culpability. This is his America.

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Employees of the state of Indiana are guaranteed a paid family leave that the rest of Hoosier parents aren't, and few can afford to take on their own.

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For at least two generations, one successful politician after another has built their success on denigrating government - casting it not as the expressed will of the people in a self-governing society, but as the obstacle to that expression.

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The Indianapolis Star columnist lost a hard battle with stomach cancer this week. His passing prompted an outpouring of tributes, all of them deserved.

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Will this year's midterm elections be a “Blue Wave” or a “Red Wave”? No one knows. But, there is only one poll that matters, anyway: Voting.

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President Trump wants to blame everyone but himself for this tidal wave of ugliness, but he can’t escape his culpability. This is his America.

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Employees of the state of Indiana are guaranteed a paid family leave that the rest of Hoosier parents aren't, and few can afford to take on their own.

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Civil rights attorney Dan Canon joins NUVO as a guest contributor with an ongoing series looking at ways Indiana can, and should, improve the systems meant to improve quality of life for all residents.

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Is there an opinion you’d like to share? A piece of writing or point of view you believe would be of interest to NUVO readers? The Voices section awaits your submission. 

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You know the classics, now here's the best Tom Petty songs you won't find on any “Greatest Hits” album.

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"Ultimately, we value Hispanic Americans not because of their statistics, but because of their character," says Rep. André Carson. "They are an irreplaceable thread in the fabric of American society."

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With a new 'Presidential Alert' system coming to our cell phones via FEMA, Trump has truly become unmuteable. 

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The process used by what is supposed to be America’s great deliberative body to weigh the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court started as a farce. It now has become a debacle.

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After Nike announced their new advertising campaign featuring former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, protesters destroyed their clothing, organizations called for boycotts, and the company's shares Rose to an all-time high. 

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A growing number of Indiana Republicans currently running for office are declining to publicly debate their opponents ahead of the election, claiming voters already know where they stand on the issues.

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Man, we could use another Richard Lugar or Lee Hamilton in Congress right now, grown-ups who knew when and how to put country ahead of ego. 

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Americans like to think of our early history as a time of unified resolve, a moment when we all marched together toward greatness, an Eden from which we have been expelled. The truth is much messier and more complicated than that.

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Republican lines of attack would make perfect Democratic campaign ads. That is, if the Democrats were brave enough to embrace them.