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MY TURN

March 20, 2016 Respect and restraint. During two incidents this week involving East Liverpool police officers, I witnessed an appalling lack of one and an impressive display of the other. more »»

The war on natural gas

March 17, 2016 If there was any doubt Hillary Clinton is dedicated to devastating West Virginia and much of Ohio, she has erased i. more »»

It is only a matter of when

March 14, 2016 U.S. officials cannot say — or at least, will not — whether North Korea has managed to miniaturize nuclear weapons enough to use them as missile warheads. more »»

You can make a difference

March 13, 2016 Tuesday is primary day in Ohio. more »»

Nancy was critical to Reagan’s presidency

March 8, 2016 During the first half of the nation’s history, wives of our presidents received little public credit or even notice for their behind-the-scenes involvement in public affairs. more »»

Common sense in short supply in Washington

March 7, 2016 Some people may wonder whether federal bureaucrats are required to stop at their office buildings’ front doors every morning and drop off their common sense before beginning the day’s work. more »»

Sharing a highway name diminishes the honor

March 6, 2016 It’s no wonder that the announcement by state Rep. Tim Ginter’s office, that a portion of state Route 7 near Wellsville was to be renamed in honor of Cpl. William F. Bratt, caused confusion. more »»

This message was easy to read

March 3, 2016 Dozens of military intelligence analysts complained last year they were pressured to alter reports to make it look as if U.S. more »»

Getting our full support?

February 29, 2016 If as many as 200 U.S. troops were killed in a terrorist attack, Americans would demand to know how it could have happened. more »»

Another unfair mandate

February 23, 2016 The federal government’s social engineers never seem to learn. Time and time again their mandates issued in the name of consumerism make life tougher, not better. They’re back. more »»

Minimize Afghan mistakes

February 22, 2016 From the beginning of U.S. involvement in Afghanistan during the Soviet occupation years ago, American intelligence and political officials made enormous mistakes. more »»

This, too, could be a hate crime

February 19, 2016 Offenses against Muslims in the United States seem to be automatically labeled as “hate crimes” by federal officials. more »»

Keep track of the hardware

February 18, 2016 U.S. officials reported this week that Cuba has returned a dummy Hellfire missile accidentally shipped there in 2014. more »»

Kasich has the right stuff

February 15, 2016 With the pace of Republican decision-making about a nominee for president picking up, the direction of the process may be taking a good, much-needed turn. Ohio Gov. more »»

What is good for ELCH is good for the county

February 14, 2016 The announcement of the finalization of the sale of East Liverpool City Hospital comes as good news for the community and the surrounding area which depends on this facility as its primary source of... more »»

Loose Ends

February 14, 2016 My story about Columbiana County commissioners trying to recall the number of county residents who played in the NFL drew responses from readers who advised me of some omissions. more »»

Close this drug loophole

February 11, 2016 Appeals court justices are supposed to interpret laws as they are written, not as someone claims legislators meant the statutes to be read. more »»

Put your money on Portman

February 8, 2016 While most attention to politics was focused on the Iowa caucuses for presidential candidates, an important story unfolded in Ohio. more »»

Trouble for the front-runner

February 4, 2016 After Democrat voters caucused in Iowa Monday night, Hillary Clinton told reporters she breathed “a sigh of relief” at the results. She won, the Democratic contender for president noted. more »»

No surprise it was Putin

February 1, 2016 Almost 10 years after Alexander Litvinenko died in London, an official inquiry by Britain concluded last week that Russian President Vladimir Putin “probably” ordered Russian agents to kill him. more »»

 
 

 

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