Kip Tom farms 20,000 acres, hobnobs with cabinet members, and gives ag advice to hedge-fund managers. Not bad for a country boy who grew up driving a tractor.
Airline somehow ties the gossip to a fare sale
Some Hoosier residents reported that their comments on his Facebook page about same-sex marriage were deleted despite no vulgar language or the like.
In 1975, the state rep took on the Columbia Club over gender equality. Some called her brave. Others called her—well, read excerpts below from her hate mail and see for yourself.
Reactions are mixed as the Democrat states that he now supports “marriage equality.”
How the governor-elect found his conservative voice and a strategy for winning the race: keep it quiet.
On September 8,1956, Richard Lugar and Charlene Smeltzer got hitched. Fifty years, one presidential campaign, several White House dinners, four sons and 11 grandchildren later, “Char” reminisces about her life with Indiana’s senior senator.
Indiana’s longest-serving U.S. senator will ride off into the sunset come January, as the state elects his replacement this month. His accomplishments are many, and his recognitions innumerable.
She’s the new City-County Council president, and the first woman to hold the job.
Not long ago, running as an openly gay candidate in this city might have been political suicide. Not anymore.