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OPINION
April 20, 2018


Resolve conflicts to help the world
In a world riven by tension, there's one skill that stands above all others: the ability to resolve conflict. It is the paramount challenge of our time. There are so many divisions that fracture our communities, states, and nations, that the ability to create common ground - to bring people together, rather than drive them apart - has become an indispensable political need.
Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Tariff could put more newspapers out of business
You've likely read about tariff threats and a pending trade war with China.
One tariff already imposed by the U.S. Department of Commerce could have a serious impact on a Bloomington business.
Ours. The Herald-Times.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Gun-control debate now where it belongs
Former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens has been taking a lot of flak from conservatives for his recent New York Times essay supporting the repeal of the Second Amendment.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Indiana GOP's supermajority embarrassment
Republicans who control the Indiana General Assembly should be embarrassed about the way the 2018 legislative session ended.
They had so few things that actually needed to be done and yet they managed to run out the clock without finishing them, forcing Gov. Eric Holcomb to call them back to the Statehouse for a special session.
It wasn't pretty. Lawmakers scrambled to find last-minute

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Tyner: Tariffs would impact state
Some Indiana manufacturers might initially benefit if tariffs proposed recently by President Donald Trump are enacted, but the state's overall economy could suffer because other Indiana industries use what would be more expensive steel and aluminum and because other nations might adopt retaliatory trade practices, according to Wally Tyner, James & Lois Ackerman Professor of agricultural economics at Purdue University.
Wednesday, March 14, 2018


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