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Life Sciences Does Wonders for Indiana, Medical Device Tax Does Not

I’ve learned it is really easy for public officials to highlight certain statistics on job reports and other work force reports and hide other statistics. Recently, I started paying more attention to how much of the population is underemployed and the type of jobs being created. If the number of jobs are increasing as a […]

OPEN ITEM – Gov. Pence in DC for Governors Associations Meetings

Governor Mike Pence was in Washington, D.C. over the weekend attending the Republican Governors Association and National Governors Association meetings and had the opportunity to hit a number of cable news programs while we was out there. One appearance he made that doesn’t necessarily have the same ratings as some of the cable news outlets […]

Saving the Full-Time Work Week and Post-Secondary Options

The impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on businesses in Indiana is well documented. Businesses are cutting hours for workers because of the ACA definition stating a full-time worker is one who works 30 hours a week or more. In turn, this cheapens the full-time work week and puts less disposable income in the […]

State of the Union: Long on Words, Short on New Ideas

Last night a few intrepid souls charged forward and watched the State of the Union broadcast. We joined them and the most pithy analysis of the event was the same speech from previous years with a little different window dressing. As expected President Obama threatened on many occasions to wield his pen to implement executive […]

Watch the State of the Union with Hoosier Access!

Many of our readers have been sharing with us that they’re in no mood to watch or listen to the State of the Union this evening. To quote one of our editors, “We’re political geeks, we’re going to watch it anyway!” If you’d like to join us this evening, please do so… we’ll be using […]

OPEN ITEM – Messer Holds Down the House, Stands up for Life

As many readers may already know this week marked the 41st anniversary of the landmark Roe vs. Wade decision which made abortion legal in the United States. Each year on the anniversary pro-life activists gather in Washington to march to protest this decision. Congressman Luke Messer (R-Shelbyville) gave a speech on the floor of the […]

If only we had a do-nothing bureaucracy

For all of the talk of a “do nothing” Congress in 2013, the federal bureaucracy has certainly been busy. Senator Mike Lee illustrated how government continues to grow in power and influence with one compelling photograph on his Facebook page. The caption is as follows: Behold my display of the 2013 Federal Register. It contains […]

OPEN ITEM: Agendas, Campaigns and Polls Make the News

Before we get into the political news of the day, I want to take just a brief moment at the top of our open item to mention what was a tough day for Indiana and an even tougher day for students and supporters of Purdue University. While we engage in our debates and discussions over […]

OPEN ITEM – Rep. Buschon Challenges Security of Healthcare.Gov

Our Hoosier Highlight has been updated with Representative Larry Bucshon (R-Newburg) challenging Obama Administration officials on the security of data on the website. Just go to our Homepage and check out the Hoosier Highlight on the top of the page to watch his comments during a hearing in the Science, Space and Technology Committee. […]

OPEN ITEM – Senator Coats Takes on Harry Reid

Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) received a great deal of attention when he voted for the motion to proceed for the Senate to consider extending unemployment benefits without offsetting the cost of that extension. He defended his vote to proceed based on the assumption that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) would allow him and his […]


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