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2014 Archives - PDF's
2014 Archives - PDF's
Howey Politics Indiana Nov. 16, 2017 sponsored by Harcourt Industries. HPI Interview: Sen. Todd Young; Howey Column: Following our mayors; Horse Race: Cold beer politics; Samuel Col: Trump's fruitful trip; Souder Col: From Russia with love; James Col: Slow booze reforms
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Howey Politics Indiana Nov. 9, 2017 sponsored by Harcourt Industries: HPI Analysis: Gov. Holcomb will focus on his agenda; Howey Column: A century and Gov. Orr; Horse Race: Virginia impacts; James Col: School referendums pass
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Howey Politics Indiana Nov. 2, 2017 sponsored by Harcourt Industries: HPI Interview: Lt. Gov. Crouch; Howey Column: High speed Internet comes to Grandma Barnes Road; Horse Race: 1 year out analysis; Colwell Col: Buttigieg going nationwide; James Col: Mayor Hatcher revisited
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Howey Politics Indiana Oct. 26, 2017: What if Mitch had run (and won) in 2012: HorseRace: CD fields grow; Souder Column: Stay proud & mean; Howey Column: GOP canaries chirping; Dunn Column: Old Hickory & Donald; Ticker: Sex harassment allegations spreading
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  • Rokita revives residency issue against Messer
    "What's best for our family is living right here amongst our constituents, amongst our neighbors in Brownsburg, Indiana. You only have to look to [Richard] Lugar [and] Evan Bayh to see how the Indiana electorate treats someone who doesn't really live in this state and has lost touch." - U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita to WIBC’s Tony Katz, in reference to his criticism of U.S. Senate primary opponent Luke Messer, who moved his family to Washington while he serves in Congress. Messer told Katz, "The Hoosiers I talk to put their family first and they respect that a member of Congress would put their family first too.“ Sens. Lugar and Bayh lost Senate bids in 2012 and 2016 with residency one of the issues that came up during the campaign.
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  • The slitherly slope and redemption
    Here are some thoughts on the “Pervnado” that is sweeping Hollywood, Capitol Hill, newsrooms and statehouses, though things at the Indiana Statehouse have been quiet.

    Does it make a difference when a decades-old allegation comes up that the perpetrator apologizes? Particularly if there’s no specific evidence? We’ve watched Kevin Spacey, Sen. Al Franken and comedian Louis C.K. seek some measure of atonement for their inappropriate behavior, while Republican Alabama U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore, who has been accused of pedophilia, has not and remains defiant? Ditto for comedian Bill Cosby.

    As any crisis communicator will tell you, coming clean and being contrite is the better long term strategy even if one takes big losses in the short-term. And Americans have a penchant for redemption, as past controversial figures ranging from Muhammad Ali, Jane Fonda, Kobe Bryant to Barney Frank and even Presidents Clinton and Nixon eventually were restored some degree of trust and popularity.

    Is it inconsistent for U.S. Rep. Luke Messer to call for the resignation of Sen. Franken for one ribald photo and an inappropriate and slithery pass a radio personality Leanne Tweeden, while President Trump escapes a similar assessment despite a dozen or so similar complaints and the Billy Bush “Access Hollywood” tape?

    Just asking, as we watch many powerful figures tumble down the slithery slope.  - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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