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    What (Exactly) Is an Indiana ‘Prevailing’ Wage?

    “People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion, but the conversation ends in a conspiracy against the public, or in some contrivance to raise prices. But though the law cannot hinder people of the same trade from sometimes assembling together, it ought to do nothing to facilitate such assemblies, much […]

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    The Indiana GOP: Where’s it Headed?

    “A Tea Party that devotes the next two years to promoting conservative candidates and removing moderates or non-ideologues is one that is well-positioned to expand its influence in the next round of elections.” — Jamelle Bouie in the Nov. 23, 2012, Washington Post. by Jason Arp There was commentary in the wake of the November […]

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    Same-Sex Marriage in Indiana? A Cultural Matter

    by Stephen M. King, Ph.D. The recent U.S. Supreme Court arguments on same-sex marriage — e.g. the federal government’s Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8  — have generated intense interest and speculation in what already was a controversial cultural issue. And even after listening to the Court’s justices ask questions of the lead […]

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    We ‘Celebrate’ the Income Tax Centennial

    by Eric Schansberg, Ph.D. This year, we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 16th Amendment’s income tax, passed in the last days of the Taft Administration in February 1913. It was the first change in the Constitution since 1870, giving Congress “the power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever sources derived.” In […]

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    The IPR’s Bohanon: A Case for Immigration

    by Cecil Bohanon, Ph.D.  As Congress and the Obama Administration negotiate a deal over immigration reform, I am cautiously optimistic that Washington might finally enact some useful legislation. Many things could wreck the deal but I am hopeful the final provisions will: 1) Allow for more immigrants to legally reside and work in the United […]

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    The GOP Should Offer a Real Alternative

    by LEO MORRIS After losing two presidential elections in a row by margins that weren’t exactly close, Republicans are feeling battered and unloved. So apparently great is the disdain of Americans for the GOP that they tell pollsters they prefer the Republican approach to budget policies – until they learn the ideas are Republican ones. […]

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    Star Misses Point on ‘Culture of Coziness’

    by STEPHEN M. KING, Ph.D. Matthew Tully, political reporter for the Indianapolis Star, recently wrote of “conflicts of interest” that regularly occurs in the General Assembly, including influential lawmakers who indirectly benefit from various legislation, or when legislators are feted by influential and powerful lobbyists. Mr. Tully is not the first to be concerned about […]

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    Bohanon: ‘The Case Against Open Immigration’

    by Cecil Bohanon, Ph.D. Economists convinced of the virtues of a free market instinctively support open immigration. If goods should be allowed to cross borders freely then people should too. Of course, terrorists, criminals and indigents are exceptions to the rule, just as are toxic and adulterated goods. Those of us lucky enough to be […]

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    Common Core: ‘Who’s Running Indiana Schools?’

    by Andrea Neal  When right and left wing activists find themselves on the same side of a controversy, it’s worth probing why. Such is the case with the Common Core academic standards being implemented in Indiana and 45 other states. Conservatives and progressives alike see problems with them. The right is concerned about imposition of […]

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    Indiana GOP Failing Budget Test

    by Craig Ladwig A political scientist, Dr. Stephen M. King of Taylor University, offers Hoosiers a template to measure the quality of their political leadership between elections. Just in time, it turns out. The Indianapolis Star over the weekend delivered a lecture to its readers on the difficulty of leadership these days, the need to […]

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