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Pot proponents seek monopoly on legal high

June 20, 2015 Unless a state review of petitions seeking to put a marijuana legalization question before Ohio voters uncovers flaws in the documents, it appears the matter will be on the ballot. more »»

‘Ride’ along with the Super Cruise

June 19, 2015 Salem’s 10th Super Cruise is now officially under way. more »»

State budget picks the winners, losers

June 18, 2015 Very few people read state budget legislation. Fewer still understand the legalistic language, which sometimes seems designed to conceal how some taxpayers’ money is spent. more »»

Better attitude can help police gain public trust, respect

June 17, 2015 No matter how much training a police officer receives in the mechanics of doing his job, two other factors are critical in determining his ability to serve and protect. One is his own attitude. more »»

Be active in fighting abuse of our elderly

June 15, 2015 Absolutely none of us should be reminded that our elderly are a precious commodity. more »»

Permitting online voter registration

June 15, 2015 People registering to vote in Ohio have to do it the same way their great-great-grandparents did, by going in person to county election boards to sign up. more »»

Pause and honor our flag today

June 14, 2015 Today is Flag Day. Our fine nation should be awash in red, white and blue. Those are the favorite colors of all true American patriots. more »»

Ohio legislators should approve Samaritan law

June 13, 2015 Minors who seek medical help for others because they have been drinking should not have to worry they will be arrested because they, too, have imbibed. more »»

A vote for TPA is not a vote for Obama

June 13, 2015 WASHINGTON — Before presidential politics — the game of getting to 270 electoral votes — completely eclipses governing, there is the urgent task of getting to 217 votes in the House of... more »»

Lies the government is telling Americans

June 13, 2015 Last week, Republicans and Democrats in Congress joined President Barack Obama in congratulating themselves for taming the National Security Agency's voracious appetite for spying. more »»

Hide-and-seek with Obama administration

June 12, 2015 resident Barack Obama's administration, which he promised in 2009 would be the most transparent in history, instead is on track to set new records for concealing information. more »»

GUEST COLUMN... U.S. must take natural gas lead

June 10, 2015 I recently joined a bipartisan group of members from the House Energy and Commerce Committee on a trip to Portugal, Belgium, and the Ukraine to discuss our mutual energy interests and Russia’s... more »»

Let Archie the bear stay with couple

June 9, 2015 Forty-one-year-old Archie of Lodi, Ohio, may be this year’s poster bear for those who wonder whether our increasingly legalistic society requires a total abandonment of common sense. Yes, bear. more »»

Community college plan is a worthwhile concept

June 8, 2015 Earlier this year, President Obama introduced a plan "to make community college as free and universal as high school. more »»


June 7, 2015 Roses to Lori Singer-Bare. Only because we don’t give out medals. "I can say without a doubt, the actions of Sgt. Singer-Bare saved lives that day. more »»

No black choppers, just blue Cessnas

June 5, 2015 Claims of “black helicopters” spying on us for the government are not just wild conspiracy theories, it turns out. more »»

Does Iraq need guns or a spine?

June 5, 2015 Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s attitude in demanding more help in the fight against an Islamic State terrorist army should worry U.S. more »»

US oil export ban should be repealed

June 4, 2015 Oil and natural gas are being used as geopolitical weapons like never before in history. Russia’s Vladimir Putin has become perhaps the world’s most skillful, effective practitioner. more »»

Lawmakers set to hold Ohio Charter schools accountable

June 3, 2015 Should you call your local public school district in Ohio and ask for a financial report or information on high school graduation rates, it would be provided. State law requires that. more »»

Renewable energy advocates have yet to prove it’s value

June 2, 2015 A wind- and solar-energy advocacy group released a report last monthclaiming Ohio’s freeze of renewable energy and energy efficiency standards is damaging the industry. more »»



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