As I approach the publishing of my hundredth installment here, I took a moment this week to review.  My look back was not done for the mere enjoyment of rereading my weekly episodes of brilliance or to celebrate the eloquence of the carefully chosen words.  I did it to make sure that I actually told the stories I meant to tell. It was a waste of time.  What self reviews lack in objectivity, they make up for with excessive high grading.  I will just need to stick to the feedback I get from the adoring public to keep me humble and ...

There is a battle going on in the Indiana Statehouse.  And it isn't the one you might think I mean. It reminds me of a cage match.  It is very much like that barbaric cross between wrestling, boxing and street fighting where there is no escape from the conflict contained within the cage.  Some might think I am making the analogy between supporters of civil rights for the LGBT community and the evangelical conservatives who oppose them.  But I am not. The conflict to which I refer is the one within the heart and soul of each individual decision maker in the ...