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Democrat senators must rein in leader

July 22, 2014 U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid will tolerate no opposition, especially if it threatens one of his allies’ pet projects. Reid, D-Nev. more »»

Sunrise brings more shows to Packard Hall

July 21, 2014 Sunrise Entertainment has announced four new theatrical shows and one concert as part of its 2014-15 Back at the Pack series at Packard Music Hall. more »»

Majority of journalists still try to report truth

July 21, 2014 Americans are most fortunate in having a wide variety of privately owned newspapers and other information sources. An example of what can happen without that has been provided in Great Britain. more »»

Energy independence a goal

July 21, 2014 If the United States achieves energy independence during the next decade or so, it will be no thanks to President Barack Obama and his environmental allies in Congres. more »»

U.S. defense parts must be made at home

July 20, 2014 As the effort intensifies to resource manufacturing jobs back to the U.S., a focal point should be on military equipment. more »»

Questions remain in wake of VA mess

July 20, 2014 Many people who work in the private sector would have no trouble answering a “what’s wrong with this picture” question about a Veterans Affairs Department official’s apology. more »»

ORCHIDS & ONIONS

July 19, 2014 ORCHID: To members of the Indiana / Kentucky / Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters Local 171 who donated 40 hours to the design and construction of a 30-foot wheelchair ramp for a Champion reside. more »»

ACA: Old bait and switch trick

July 18, 2014 Like millions of other Americans, some Ohioans decided health insurance coverage through the Affordable Care Act sounded good. So they signed up for it. more »»

Shared services should not hinge on grant money

July 18, 2014 The Southington Board of Education should not have needed a state grant to share a superintendent with nearby disctricts. more »»

Open meeting laws show need for voice vote

July 17, 2014 Trumbull County Democratic Party Chairman Dan Polivka makes a good point on the debate over whether precinct committee members should conduct a voice vote or secret ballot when selecting a... more »»

Earned income credit experiment continues

July 17, 2014 Something of an experiment in conservative economics is under way in Ohio. Both Gov. John Kasich and state legislators deserve enormous credit for engaging in i. more »»

REINS Act needs passed

July 16, 2014 U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, is painfully aware of the damage done by runaway government. more »»

Leave unions out of college sports

July 16, 2014 National Labor Relations Board members have an opportunity to avoid making their agency look ridiculous, simple-minded and biased. They should take it. more »»

Gibson’s legacy is all around city

July 15, 2014 Trumbull County may have lost John C. “Jack” Gibson Sr., last week, but thousands of people will continue to see his legacy every day. Originally with the WB Gibson Co. more »»

Terrorists are getting bolder

July 15, 2014 Fifty-six people, most of them old women selling food to make money so they could eat, died when Boko Haram terrorists set off a bomb in a Nigerian marketplace. more »»

Taxpayers may be on hook for food maggots

July 14, 2014 Feeding the thousands of inmates at Ohio prisons is a big, demanding job. Getting it right all the time may be impossible. more »»

Ohio drug war more than stats

July 14, 2014 It would be nice to believe statistics about illegal drug trafficking in Ohio are evidence of success in fighting it. Nice, but not realistic. more »»

ORCHIDS & ONIONS

July 12, 2014 ORCHID: To organizers and participants of the Steven Wolfe softball game, held every year in Newton Falls on the Fourth of July, through its 25-year run. more »»

‘Data scrub’ makes Ohioans lose their faith

July 11, 2014 How on earth can Ohioans have any faith in public education when they know administrators in four of the state’s largest school districts lied about students’ performance? One way to begin restoring... more »»

 
 
 

 

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