Steve Hammer looks back on his time at NUVO
NUVO's Texas poolside news desk
After two decades and who knows how much hate-filled email and online posts about me, the liberal agenda I've espoused for 30 years is now the majority viewpoint.
Insults don't diminish my sense of self-worth and compliments do not overly inflate it. I have written this column because I am passionate about the things I believe to be true.
Since the announcement I was leaving Indianapolis appeared in NUVO and in a story on indystar.com last week, I've been flooded with emails, text messages and Facebook posts.
I still have eight more columns to write for NUVO, so this isn't a goodbye. It's just an announcement of breaking news in my life.
When equality is denied to any American, it diminishes our entire nation.
The sun shone brightly but the temperature was in the single digits Monday as Mike Pence took the oath of office and became Indiana's 50th governor.
Your so-called lucky jersey, hat, shirt or scarf played no part in determining the score of the game Sunday, or any game in any sport ever.
All of these lengthy stories and columns I've been reading about the end of Mitch Daniels' two terms as Indiana governor have made me realize just how much I will miss him.
This great year had no greater hero than Willard Mitt Romney - the most awesome caricature ever of a powerful, white, completely clueless, rich businessman except for Montgomery Burns.
You don't need a Russian assault rifle to fend off a home invader or someone who's trying to rob you on the street and you most certainly do not need thousands of rounds of ammunition in order to do so.