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Howey Politics Indiana Oct. 18, 2018: HPI Analysis: Donnelly still in INSen driver's seat; Howey Column: #Metoo comes to Statehouse; Horse Race: Bosma, Lanane brace for homestretch; Hamilton Col: What does it mean to be an American?
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Howey Politics Indiana Oct. 11, 2018: Horse Race: Donnelly and the Braun campaign divide; Howey Column: Pence & Haley; Horse Race: Donnelly up 2% in Reuters/Ipsos Poll; How long will the Kavanaugh effect last? Colwell Col: Buttigieg's future
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Howey Politics Indiana Oct. 4, 2018: Kavanaugh chaos creates INSen volatility; Donnelly up 2% in Fox News Poll; Howey Column: Trump's NAFTA remake; Horse Race: 9th CD ad war; Hamilton Col: Polarization beyond politics; James Col: Gary's straits
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Howey Politics Indiana Sept. 27, 2018: Horse Race on INHouse; Horse Race: Donnelly up 3% in Ipsos/Reuters; CD ads begin in 2nd, 9th; Souder Column: Mexico Joe & China Mike; Howey Col: Do we believe the children when they've grown up; Dunn Col: Politics & Golden Rule
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  • Trump wanted to shut down U.S. border with Mexico
    “Close the whole thing!” - President Trump in a stormy Oval Office meeting about immigration. The Washington Post reported that aides talked Trump out of shutting down the U.S.-Mexican border, telling him it would curtail $600 billion in annual trade. Chief of Staff John Kelly and national security adviser John Bolton reportedly had a “profane” argument that prompted Kelly to storm out of the White House. Meanwhile, an immigrant caravan coursing through Mexico is becoming a late mid-term campaign issue. Trump said in rally in Mesa, Arizona Friday night, "Democrats produce mobs, Republicans produce jobs."
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  • It's Oct. 20 and it's weirdly green in Brown County
    In another year of Category 4 hurricanes ravaging the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts, wildfires devouring hundreds of thousands of acres in the American west, and a landmark United Nations report painting dire consequences of climate change coming as early as 2040, this has been a strange, strange autumn down here in Brown County.

    It’s Oct. 20, and it’s still green. There is very little color here in what should be the heart of what locals call “leaf looker” season. The golds, yellows and reds are mostly missing. And most of the leaves are still on the trees (though today’s high winds will change that a bit). Looks like peak color will come next weekend. No matter the color, c'mon down! 
    - Brian A. Howey, publisher.
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