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Keeping juveniles out of prison

November 27, 2015 Ohioans ought to be proud their state is a national leader in keeping juvenile offenders out of prisons. more »»

Have a wonderful day of giving thanks

November 26, 2015 There is some debate over exactly when the first Thanksgiving was celebrated on our soil. Many trace it to a 1621 celebration in Plymouth in present-day Massachusett. more »»

U.S. can’t take risk on Syrian refugees

November 24, 2015 Ohio Gov. John Kasich is not a heartless ma. more »»

Does U.S. have the will to go after ISIS?

November 21, 2015 French President Francois Hollande is absolutely correct: Civilized nations, even those with long, sometimes bitter records of rivalry, must unite if we are to destroy Islamic terroris. more »»

Obama fails to see severity of situation

November 20, 2015 Last Friday night, France joined the roll of nations that have been victims of international terrorism originating in the issues of the Middle Eas. more »»

Ex-foster children needs assistance

November 19, 2015 About a thousand Ohioans "age out" of the state's foster care network every year. A substantial number are not ready for that. more »»

Time to reform asset forfeiture laws

November 17, 2015 Few people would argue against allowing police and prosecutors to seize assets owned by criminals and either used in crime or obtained through it. more »»

On campus, a freedom from speech

November 17, 2015 Yale's president, Peter Salovey, dealt with the Crisis of the Distressing Email about Hypothetical Halloween Costumes about as you would expect from someone who has risen to eminence in today's... more »»


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Let's remember veterans all year, not just Nov. 11

November 17, 2015 Now that the parades are over and we've thanked military service members for their sacrifices let's drill down to take a look at what it's really like to be a military veteran in the United States. more »»

No tolerance for dishonest educators

November 15, 2015 Ohio's next superintendent of schools may have to put educating children on the back burner for a while. more »»

New drug may help opiate addicts

November 14, 2015 For years, a standard treatment for those addicted to heroin and other opiates was to give them methadone and Suboxone. more »»

Criminal history is legit hiring question

November 13, 2015 America has been a land of second chances for many people. For that reason, President Barack Obama's call for better efforts to integrate ex-convicts into society probably will resonate among many. more »»

Congress reflects will of the people

November 12, 2015 Our system of government uses Congress as a vehicle to both reflect the will of the people and at times provide leadership that may not be reflected in public opinio. more »»

Killing Keystone XL for climate brownie points

November 11, 2015 It was bad enough when President Barack Obama used the proposed Keystone XL pipeline for domestic political reasons, to placate his radical environmentalist base. more »»

Parents must show children ‘off’ switch

November 10, 2015 Many people still remember a time when it was the number of hours children spent in front of "the boob tube" that was worrisome. Technology has made that an old-fashioned concern. more »»

Working class facing the robot tsunami

November 10, 2015 Robots make the perfect employee. They don't complain, they don't get sick, and, as of this writing, they don't have babies. When robots can do the job in today's economy, they get the job. more »»


November 8, 2015 Thorns to the punk act of vandalism occurring during the big Salem-West Branch football game. Nice move guys. A proud Brother Bluto and the entire Delta House gang would be yucking it up. more »»

Most voters refused to be taken for dopes

November 7, 2015 Proponents of legalizing marijuana in Ohio spent an enormous amount, $25 million by one estimate, trying to convince voters to go along with them. more »»

Speaker Ryan now must clean the barn

November 6, 2015 Let us hope U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, the new speaker of the House of Representatives, is as creative, energetic and dedicated to reform as his record seems to indicate. more »»



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