To the editor:
I was born and raised in Indiana. When I was 48 years old, I left Indiana and moved out west. I lived there for 20 years. When I returned 2½ years ago, I could hardly believe all the changes. I came back to Indiana because I missed the four seasons. The great Hoosier hospitality. You knew your next-door neighbor. People had respect for God and country and high morals. You were proud to call Indiana home.
Where did all that go? All I see now is one protest after another. If someone doesn’t agree with your beliefs, then you are accused of discrimination. Where did all of this hate come from? Why can’t people just get along?