Sen. John Kennedy R-LA., blasted President Joe Biden’s proposed $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill Wednesday, calling it “chock-full of spending porn” unrelated to the coronavirus pandemic. “This isn’t a coronavirus bill,” Kennedy said on “America’s Newsroom.” “This is a left-of-Lenin, neo-socialist wish list.” Kennedy asserted that the Biden administration’s “infantile” approach to spending money is likely to continue after passing the coronavirus bill, with […]

Hammer and Nigel Records has been cranking out the hits at a maddening pace in recent weeks, and every one of them has been a smashing success! That’s why more Americans illegally download their music than any other artist! The distinctive label’s latest hit, “Summer of COVID-19,” sets an all-new standard in pandemic-inspired music. Featuring […]

America’s infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, appeared on CNN and told Jake Tapper that “obviously” fewer people would have coronavirus if we had shut down the country earlier. He punctuated it by saying there was “push back” to the idea: Obviously, if we had right from the beginning shut everything down it may have […]

Recently Republican State Senator Jim Buck of Kokomo introduced legislation that would eliminate the primary for the U.S. Senate race here in Indiana and instead have the political parties pick their candidates at a nominating convention. Buck got a lot of pushback as some folks thought it was undemocratic.  My problem with the legislation was […]

With 2020 just a couple of weeks away and the Governor, Indiana lawmakers and even some county and local governments spelling out their legislative agendas for 2020, I figured I may as well jump into the mix and offer up a few thoughts on what I think lawmakers should also pursue next session.   By the way, I […]

WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Defense Authorization Act mandates federal government employees get 12 weeks paid time off for parental leave. Indiana’s Rep. Jackie Walorski (R), told the Paid Time Off Summit in Washington, that the federal government has set an example, but that private companies can follow suit without being required to. “I am […]

Photo Credit: Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images Brian Bosma chose an incredibly convenient time to announce he was stepping aside. Rob Kendall and Abdul-Hakim Shabazz debate whether it was a coincidence or to stick it to #RedForEd protesters. 

Photo Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images Don’t like the public sector job you signed up for? Just walk away. Indiana teachers believe shutting down schools and bragging about it on the 19th is the way to go. Rob Kendall says they’re wrong and it is going to blow up in their faces on this week’s edition […]

Photo Credit: Education Images/Getty Images Just like Seinfield, November 19th appears to be a protest about nothing for teachers across the state, as every issue they’re claiming to rally against has been addressed. Rob Kendall and Abdul-Hakim Shabazz address teachers’ plan to shut down school districts all over Indiana and how it is likely to […]

If you want to increase teacher pay, stay away from cutting funding for vouchers and charters because you will only make the problem worse. As Indiana looks at ways to increase teacher pay at the K-12 level, a few suggestions have popped up as of late and some include taking money from vouchers and charters […]