August 25, 2002

This latest incarnation of an Evansville-to-Indiana interstate highway began during the 1988 gubernatorial race between Democrat Evan Bayh and Republican John Mutz. During a campaign appearance in Evansville, both candidates committed to a new-terrain highway between that city and Indianapolis.

August 25, 2002

John Fernandez is indeed the perfect target for a sustained political offensive built around the I-69 boondoggle. His vulnerabilities extend well beyond the highway.

August 25, 2002

For all practical purposes, Lt. Gov. Joe Kernan has maintained a public distance from the I-69 issue. But there is no doubt where the Democratic Party's presumptive candidate for governor in 2004 stands.

August 25, 2002

For more than a decade now, citizens from all walks of Southwestern Indiana life have looked state Democrats in the eye and said, "If you persist in destroying our environment and the communities we love through your I-69 payoff to your political pals in Evansville, we will make you pay."

August 18, 2002

An in-depth analysis of campaign contributions from Bernardin Lochmueller & Associates (BLA) shows that the state's I-69 consultant has greased the palms of politicians on both sides of the aisle at a $55,000-a-year clip over the past three years.

August 18, 2002

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August 18, 2002

Reading last Tuesday's Herald-Times article "Prosecutors seek public's help to solve local arsons" alternately reminded me of Jerry Seinfeld and former Mayor Tomi Allison.

August 18, 2002

Business Democrats like Sen. Evan Bayh may think the American people will roll over and play dead while they lead our country into an unprovoked war with Iraq. But indications are that the public may not be as mindless as Bayh and company believe.

August 18, 2002

Indiana's schizophrenic affair with the female breast was fully exposed last week.

August 18, 2002

Bloomington's Secretary of State Candidate/Mayor John Fernandez was on the road once again last week raising money. He added Terre Haute to the list of Indiana cities he's journeyed to in search of cash just since mid-July. He's made the papers in three - Indianapolis, Muncie and Terre Haute.