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  • Rep. Pelath reacts to House send off
    “I have been through countless tough debates, but somehow, listening to such kind words from both sides of the aisle was the toughest. This journey has never been about me, it has always been about the people I have served. When I first arrived, nothing belonged to me. The seat in the chamber belonged to the people. I was merely the steward of it. It now will pass on to a new temporary occupant, who I hope feels the same sense of gratitude that I possess.” - State Rep. Scott Pelath, D-Michigan City, reacting to tributes last week from the Indiana House. Pelath, the former House minority leader, is retiring after two decades.
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  • The coming first 'OJ Moment' of the 21st Century
    In modern American media, we’ve had a couple of those “OJ Moments” when the nation was transfixed by an event that wouldn’t be characterized as a natural disaster, a shuttle explosion or a terror attack. There was the 1994 O.J. Simpson slo-mo Bronco chase, and of course the sensational double homicide trial acquittal in October 1995. I was lucky to find a seat in a packed Loughmiller’s Pub near the Statehouse for the 10 a.m. verdict.

    Americans are now on the precipice of perhaps the first OJ Moment of the 21st Century: The March 25 “60 Minutes”  interview between Anderson Cooper and Stormy Daniels, the porn star and apparent past lover of President Trump. The president’s lawyer is suing the porn star for $20 million for violating a bizarre $130,000 non-disclosure agreement forged just days before Trump’s historic presidential election upset in 2016 that the White House has acknowledged. Stormy’s lawyer, the media savvy Michael Avenatti, called the suit “bogus” and hinted on MSNBC’s "Morning Joe" that Stormy faced “threats” and that there are even more Stormys out there in the apparent billionaire’s murky, grabby past. The White House finds itself immersed in a PR crisis manager's nightmare.

    This story has all the ingredients for an OJ Moment: Sex, lies and perhaps even some videotape. So Americans will be gathering on the final Sunday evening of March, perhaps with Super Bowl style parties with menus (say, raw oysters, almond butter, anything banana or eggplant related) conjured with a glint of humor, to watch Stormy Daniels tell us about her sex with the married, future POTUS. - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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