A protest over police brutality drew Kyle Rittenhouse and those he killed and wounded to the same Wisconsin city, but it was the extremely lenient gun laws of the state that allowed the teenager to openly carry the rifle he used in what a jury deemed to be an act of self-defense.

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A protest over police brutality drew Kyle Rittenhouse and those he killed and wounded to the same Wisconsin city, but it was the extremely lenient gun laws of the state that allowed the teenager to openly carry the rifle he used in what a jury deemed to be an act of self defense.

It’s easy at this time of year to be captivated by the expensive commercials that lure us into believing all of our holiday wishes will come true if we just spend all of our money at the big corporate box store in our community.

Social media is deeply embedded in our daily lives, and that’s not going to change. But with the dangers that have come to light, it’s time for lawmakers to enact some control and regulation over tech giants, especially Facebook.

When something is killing Americans at an astonishing rate, and millions are willfully and dramatically increasing the risk for their fellow citizens, the federal government is compelled to take drastic measures to stop the madness.

Wabash Valley school children are now feeling the consequences from a significant number of adults being influenced by political rhetoric and rampant misinformation on social media.

There really is more than corn in Indiana. The row crop remains among the Hoosier State’s top farm products along with soybeans, but Indiana’s agriculture is more diverse than you might realize.

Indiana’s got too much money in the bank, which means Hoosiers will be receiving some of it back.

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