NTSB 'Concerned' About Proposal to End Medical Certification for Pilots
The acting head of the National Transportation Safety Board voiced doubts in House testimony Thursday about a proposed bill that would end the Federal Aviation Administration's medical certification requirement for many general aviation pilots.
Indiana Is A Secret Border State
Indiana has been forced to accept 245 illegal invaders, without a vote or knowledge of who they are, where they come from nor what diseases they may carry.
PACs filling Stutzman's account
Campaign fundraising totals through June for 3rd District congressional candidates in the Nov. 4 general election.
The New Political Pornography: The Democratic Gerrymandering of Indiana
Last week, I presented a pair of redistricting scenarios for my former home state of Kentucky.
Why we should sweat the small stuff
Following this week's debates concerning hotspots from Israel to the U.S.-Mexico border to our own Supreme Court, I am reminded of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's words: "Human kindness has never weakened the stamina or softened the fiber of a free people.
Missing and exploited childrena s advocates press for more help
Rep. Todd Rokita's voice quavered as he closed a congressional hearing this week on the abduction and sex trafficking of children.
House Republicans finally let a poor person speak on poverty, but won't hear what she's saying
When Paul Ryan held his fifth hearing on the War on Poverty earlier this week, he finally allowed an actual poor person to speak.
The never-ending war on poverty
President Lyndon Johnson stood before Congress and declared a "war on poverty" in January 1964.
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Bangert: Rokita's reason as Palin cries, - Impeach'Bangert: Rokita's...
Bangert: Rokita's reason as Palin cries, 'Impeach' Rep. Rokita's civics lesson offers a voice of reason as Sarah Palin calls to impeach.