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Consider toy gun control

December 10, 2014 Perhaps a new debate about gun control is needed in America. Not about real firearms — but about “toys” that sometimes cause needless deaths of children. more »»

Congress still has time

December 9, 2014 Time is running out for Congress to act on critical pieces of legislation. more »»

Punish the repeaters

December 8, 2014 Why some politicians shrink from locking proved threats to the public up and throwing away the key is beyond us. more »»

Learn about the date which will live in infamy

December 7, 2014 “December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy,” is how President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, described that horrible day 73 years ago today when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor, Hawai. more »»

Keep testing time in check

December 5, 2014 It is good that finally, some Ohio legislators are worried about putting too many demands on public school teachers’ time. Perhaps they should take another look in the mirror. more »»

Reaching the end of the line

December 5, 2014 Many were probably saddened to learn that Salem will not be hosting its family-oriented, alcohol free party to ring in the new year this New Year’s Eve. more »»

Roasts and Toasts

December 4, 2014 TOAST University of Michigan quarterback Devin Gardner for showing compassion to injured Ohio State guarterback J.T. Barrett during The Game on Saturday. more »»

Sharpton leads the Ferguson charade

December 4, 2014 The White House response to Ferguson wouldn’t be complete without a meeting with Al Sharpton, the infamous agitator who has become President Barack Obama’s “go-to man on race,” in the words of a... more »»

The Democrats’ top priorities

December 4, 2014 Most Democrats in Congress seem to have learned nothing from the Nov. 4 elections. By repudiating President Barack Obama’s policies, many voters also were being critical of Democrat leaders in the U. more »»

Place your bets

December 4, 2014 Want to bet on tonight’s NFL game between Chicago and Dallas? I do. Newspapers and websites all over America tell their readers that Dallas is favored by three points. more »»

Writer’s sad story has happy ending 14 years later

December 4, 2014 DEAR ABBY: You mentioned in a recent column that few people write to follow up on what happened since their original letter was published. You printed mine April 1, 2001. more »»

Fake guns, real tragedy

December 3, 2014 Twelve-year-old Tamir Rice of Cleveland probably would be alive today had he not brandished a realistic-looking gun when challenged by a police office. more »»

A low point for U.S. military

December 2, 2014 President Barack Obama does not seem to have very good luck in keeping secretaries of defense. The third one of his administration, Chuck Hagel, is resigning. more »»

Hold the EPA accountable

December 1, 2014 White House aides say that if Congress attempts to establish new requirements that the Environmental Protection Agency disclose information such as the scientific basis for its rulings, President... more »»

Addressing the race issue

November 30, 2014 Rioters in Ferguson, Mo., held the attention of most in the media and the public. more »»


November 30, 2014 You may be like me and scan the legal advertisement section of the newspaper for items of interest. more »»


November 29, 2014 TOAST the county drug task force members, East Liverpool police officers and Chief John Lane and East Liverpool Municipal Court personnel for the patience and professionalism shown while dealing wit... more »»

Shop close to your home

November 28, 2014 Today is known as Black Friday and originally it signaled the start of the holiday shopping season. more »»

We can still be thankful

November 27, 2014 Today is Thanksgiving Day. That it comes in a week where the nation’s racial divide was laid bare once again does not mean the day should not occur. more »»

Keep school districts flexible

November 26, 2014 Taxpayers sometimes join public school officials in complaining that state and federal mandates give local educators little or no flexibility. more »»



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