Big Joe Clark column: Competing with tax policy difficult in a changing world
Years ago, I received valuable insight into the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service.
A client was being audited, and I saw the writing on the wall of the financial impact if the fines were truly assessed.
Jim Bailey: Just what does it mean to be created equal?
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Primus Mootry: Confessions of a weekend golfer
They say if you don’t like the weather around here, just stick around. I was all set to play golf this weekend. Cleaned my clubs. Polished my golf shoes. Got a good night’s sleep, and woke up in Antarctica. No golf.
Emmett Dulaney: Micro lending strives for big heights
Every now and then, a topic will come along that you hear a great deal about but don’t really understand what it is. In the world of IT, for example, “cloud computing” could fall into this category since everyone talks about it but the definition of what it actually is changes to fit whoever has something to peddle at the moment. Similarly, around central Indiana the Microloan Program is something that I have heard a great deal about, but have had difficulty fully understanding exactly what it is.
Jesse Wilkerson: What is really stopping you?
I wonder how many of us have this internal drive that we have placed on autopilot.
Maleah Stringer: Community must work together to fix unchecked animal breeding
It’s only the first of May, and the Animal Protection League is full to the gills with homeless animals.
Howard Hewitt: Grenache Blanc makes wonderful seasonal choice
If the same old Chardonnay, Riesling or Pinot Grigio is getting you down, try something different.
Don McAllister: Veteran Brinduse painfully shy hero
Every day starts a new story. This one had us both laughing and in solemn reverence.
Bill Stanczykiewicz: Teens learn life and work skills through summer jobs
Summer job opportunities could be increasing for teenagers, but much more than money is at stake for teens hoping to work this summer.
Lee Hamilton: How politics has changed
It’s not just the sheer proliferation and aggressiveness of the media that have ratcheted up the intensity of political life. Almost every facet of politics is more complicated and hard-edged.
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