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Not the solar solution just yet

June 22, 2016 Their feat is proof the world can stop relying on fossil fuels, the pilots of a solar-powered airplane that circled the globe said last week. more »»

Don’t increase the tax on oil

June 21, 2016 President Barack Obama’s proposed $10-per-barrel tax increase on oil deserved what it got — a 253-144 vote against it in the House of Representatives. The Senate should follow suit. more »»

Special semantical treatment

June 20, 2016 President Barack Obama refuses to use phrases such as “radical Islam” or even “Islamic terrorists.” What would that accomplish, he asked rhetorically in angry comments on the matter. more »»

East Palestine residents may prefer a private enterprise

June 19, 2016 The East Palestine fire chief has expressed the need for a levy to fund additional EMS personnel, but he has asked Village Council to hold off putting the levy on the ballot until next year. more »»

Mission impossible: keeping politics out of defense spending

June 18, 2016 There is much good in a defense spending bill approved overwhelmingly by the U.S. Senate on Tuesday. more »»

The economy is not healthy

June 17, 2016 President Barack Obama keeps telling us the economy is humming right along, restored to good health by his policies. But people who know the economy are not as certain of that. more »»

Internet hate open for debate

June 16, 2016 Millions of Americans suffer from mental illness of one sort or another. Yet very few of them commit acts of extreme violence. more »»

No friend of this East Ohio

June 15, 2016 As Ted Strickland was preparing for a campaign sweep through East Ohio, people who have looked into his record on the critical issue for that region — energy, more specifically coal — were passing... more »»

No tolerance, just death

June 14, 2016 We Americans debate matters such as whether people who believe biology is not really the determinant of gender should use certain restrooms. more »»

Very big shoes to fill

June 12, 2016 Superintendents come and superintendents go. more »»

You can’t wipe the slate clean

June 11, 2016 Not content to merely lie to the American people in the here and now, President Barack Obama’s State Department also seems prepared to distort history. During a Dec. more »»

Gitmo must remain open

June 10, 2016 President Barack Obama has become so desperate to keep his pledge to close the U.S. more »»

A hard line at the convention

June 9, 2016 Thuggery directed at supporters of presumptive Republican nominee for president Donald Trump seems to be ramping up. more »»

Questions for Clinton remain

June 8, 2016 Hillary Clinton has become the Democrat Party’s presumptive nominee for president. Primary elections Tuesday reinforced that she is over the top. Challenger Sen. more »»

Do your part while traveling

June 7, 2016 Travel season is upon us, and as many local residents take to the skies in coming weeks, they may, for the first time, experience the absurdly long security lines that have prompted the... more »»

Fallujah could be a big key

June 6, 2016 Iraqi troops engaged in vicious fighting to drive Islamic State terrorists out of Fallujah are involved in more than a battle. Their success or failure will do much to define U.S. more »»

Shame on both zoo, mom

June 5, 2016 The incident involving a 3-year-old child falling into the gorilla enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo has been debated in the media, on social media and around office water coolers since it happened... more »»

Don’t just stand and watch

June 4, 2016 Most parents come to realize quickly that taking their eyes off little children for even a few seconds can result in big trouble. Some do not. more »»

Kasich’s decision to make

June 3, 2016 A substantial number of legislators have serious concerns about a medical marijuana bill passed by the Ohio General Assembly. Whether it becomes law is up to Gov. John Kasich. more »»

Clean up the charter schools

June 2, 2016 One online charter school in Ohio informed students they had to be logged onto the institution’s website for only 60 minutes a day. Another had just 16 full-time students, not the 57 it claimed. more »»



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