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Root out guilty at Ohio tax office

December 4, 2013 Ohio’s Department of Taxation is a mess, and Tax Commissioner Joe Testa has a host of problems to sort through — some of them criminal. more »»

Look objectively at climate change

December 3, 2013 Two scientific studies that nearly crossed paths on the way to publication by the National Academy of Sciences raise serious questions about climate change - and the liberal knee-jerk reaction that... more »»

There’s a reason it’s called Thanksgiving

November 28, 2013 Today is a day for reunions, good food-make that a lot (burp!) of good food-good cheer and for watching parades and football on TV. But it is also a day for each and everyone of us to give thanks. more »»

Shopping choice rests in your hands

November 27, 2013 H ere's a thought: Don't blame the merchants who simply are in business to make a dollar for turning Thanksgiving Day into Black Friday Minus One. more »»

Obamacare ad appeal backfires

November 26, 2013 Americans don't seem to want? Appeal to heavy drinkers and promiscuous women. That's what some in Colorado are trying in an attempt to get more people to sign up for Obamacare health insurance. more »»

Smokeout raises important facts

November 22, 2013 We're going to throw some numbers out, so wrap your mind around these, if you can — an estimated 58.5 million of U.S. adults were smokers in 2012, and of those, 41.6 million smoked every day. more »»

Homeland nominee has priorities wrong

November 21, 2013 Ask most people what they believe is top priority at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and they are likely to say battling terrorists. more »»

Mental health system lacking

November 19, 2013 Few weeks go by without some new proposal for additional restrictions on gun ownership by Americans. A constant debate rages — and that is probably the right word — over the issue. more »»

Remember to honor our vets

November 10, 2013 Since 1919, Americans have been celebrating a very special day on Nov. 11. Monday is Veterans Day. It is a day of acknowledgment. It is a day of utmost respect and reverence. more »»

Halloween haunt theme not harmless

November 6, 2013 “Entertainment" these days often is in bad taste, and that is putting it mildly. Computer gamers see nothing wrong with "game" scenarios that include slaughtering innocent peopl. more »»

Expedite lawsuit on Ohio Medicaid

November 5, 2013 It is easy to understand why the state's attorneys are in no hurry for the Ohio Supreme Court to decide a case involving expansion of the Medicaid program - and why those who brought the lawsuit wan... more »»

This election does carry importance

November 4, 2013 Tuesday’s election is not a blockbuster. There aren’t any hotly-contested state or county issues. There isn’t a race for president. No congressional races. more »»

Liberal policies increase poverty

November 1, 2013 President Barack Obama and liberals in Congress like to brag about how much they have done for poor Americans. Ohioans have good cause to be disgusted by such tal. more »»

Finding bad apples in education system

October 30, 2013 The overwhelming majority of public school teachers in Ohio are good men and women who are dedicated to educating children. But as with any profession, there are a few bad apples. more »»


October 29, 2013 “Haunted Trail’ open at Career Center Oct. 29-31 LISBON — The Columbiana County Career and Technical Center is hosting its annual “Haunted Trail” from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 29-31. more »»

Reacquaint young people with reality

October 26, 2013 It seems incredible that so many young people who have no memory of a world before the Internet are entirely unaware of the degree to which they have been dehumanized by the Web. more »»

Lawmakers need to address own ban on charity raffle devices

October 24, 2013 Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was right to delay enforcing a law that will be detrimental to some military veterans and charities they support. more »»

No penalties in Obamacare fiasco

October 23, 2013 Former president Harry Truman was famous for insisting that anything that went wrong in federal government was his responsibility. “The buck stops here,” he realized. more »»

Message to Kasich must be very clear

October 17, 2013 President Barack Obama has rightly come under fire for his practice of bypassing Congress on critical issues that should be decided by the legislative branch of government. Now, it appears Ohio Gov. more »»



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