A weary nation breathed a sigh of relief Tuesday following an announcement from Southwest Airlines that alcohol service is returning to most flights on Feb. 16. Grateful American citizens received the news with euphoric delight, applauding Southwest Airlines’ leadership on this critical issue. “I love booze and I love flying,” said a frequent flyer who […]

Marriage is a magical journey that is rooted in religious tradition. It occurs when two or more people fall in love, exchange vows in cheap and dirty Vegas chapel, and then spend the rest of their lives dreaming about having sex with other people. WIBC host Jason Hammer is wed to the exquisite Chrystal Hammer. […]

The ACLU of Indiana filed a lawsuit against Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita Monday on behalf of IndyPolitics.org’s Abdul-Hakim Shabazz. On October 14 of 2022, Rokita banned Shabazz from a news conference for “credentialed media only.” The Attorney General’s office later released a statement that claimed Shabazz is “not an actual journalist” but “a gossip […]

The great William Shakespeare once wrote that ‘brevity is the soul of wit.’ Simply put: clever people can express intelligent things using very few words. And then there is Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez… AOC is a miracle. She can speak for astonishing lengths of time and say absolutely nothing even REMOTELY intelligent. It’s really quite extraordinary! Observe […]

Days after the Marion County Sheriff’s Office revealed new details about a rumored cellblock takeover and anticipated ambush inside the Adult Detention Center, local and state representatives are calling for an investigation into the facility. At least two dozen Marion County judges took part in a virtual conference with Sheriff Kerry Forestal and his command […]

Just 20 hours after announcing she was taking a break from Twitter, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has returned to the platform. AOC said Monday she was ‘taking a break’ from posting because of ‘negative comments’ that gave her ‘anxiety’ after her bout with COVID and her vacation in Miami. “So I mean, literally, I would […]

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb has renewed the COVID-19 public health emergency for the 23rd time through March 4th. Holcomb had previously committed to ending the public health emergency in the future. The state has been under the COVID-19 public health emergency declaration for nearly two years, since it was first issued back on March 6, […]

The Indiana Department of Health says a total of 16 Hoosiers have died from the flu for the 2021-22 flu season. Of the 16 who have died, 10 of those people were ages 65 and older, 5 were between the ages of 50-64, and one person was younger than 50. Flu deaths in the Hoosier […]

U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s unveiled a 42 point road safety plan last Thursday that includes the promotion of ‘speed safety cameras.’ Buttigieg’s plan is backed by $42 billion in funding from the Biden administration’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure plan. Nonpartisan motorist advocate groups are against the plan. This includes the National Motorists Association, which argues […]

The political rumor mill is abuzz that Mike Sodrel is making a return to politics. Word is he will be attempting to reclaim Indiana’s 9th Congressional District seat, which he held more than a decade ago. Rob Kendall and Abdul-Hakim Shabazz discuss the clash between Sodrel, State Senator Eric Houchin, and another potential big name […]