Category: Andy Ray

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Column: Thoughts from Andy

I like David Russ.  He’s a neighbor and a personal friend of mine.  I’d love to see Dave elected to the Indiana House from my district.  Unfortunately, the biggest obstacle in his way is...

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Column: Pleasantly surprised

In the May primary, three Democrats competed to determine who would run against Republican U.S. Congresswoman Susan Brooks this fall.  Not personally knowing anything about any of the candidates, I voted for a high...

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Column: Russ over Torr

I like David Russ.  He’s a neighbor and a personal friend of mine.  I’d love to see Dave elected to the Indiana House from my district.  Unfortunately, the biggest obstacle in his way is...

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Column: Throw the bums out

There are a couple things I like about State Senator Mike Delph.  First, the past couple years he’s spearheaded the legislation to restore all of Indiana to the Central Time Zone (or at least...

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Column: The pain of sequels

Other than any Inspector Clouseau movie starring Peter Sellers and the occasional James Bond flick, I hate sequels. People say sequels are “never as good as the originals.” What they mean is sequels are...

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Column: A plot worth exploring

Commentary by Andy Ray Other than any Inspector Clouseau movie starring Peter Sellers and the occasional James Bond flick, I hate sequels.  People say sequels are “never as good as the originals.”  What they...

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Column: ‘Boyhood’ a must for movie-goers

By now, you’ve undoubtedly heard that Richard Linklater’s new film, “Boyhood,” was shot with the same cast, intermittently, over a period of twelve years.  And you’re probably wondering exactly how this “gimmick” plays out...

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Column: God favors marriage equality

Commentary by Andy Ray Hello Hoosiers! It’s me, the Almighty, checking in with you now that you allow gay marriage. As you might expect, I have something to ask you: What took you so...