Corruption can express itself in different ways in different countries, but British Prime Minister David Cameron’s international conference on the subject, held on May 12 in London, should be commended. The premise of the conference was that,
Childhood asthma in this nation is, disproportionately, a disease of minority and poor children.
The United States activated a missile shield base at Deveselu in southern Romania last week, sticking its fingers in the eyes of neighboring Russia. This was ignored by most citizens and much of the press. The base, designed to intercept short and
What is going on in Brazil? Nothing good. Brazil’s first woman president is facing an impeachment trial that may last six months, and there are signs the nation may take a turn to the far right, politically. Dilma Rousseff became so closely
Where is the concern from the elected county officials responsible for the dog shelter?
State Rep. Tim Brown (R., Bowling Green) is a co-sponsor of House Bill 444, which raises the alcohol by volume cap on beers sold in Ohio from 12 to 15 percent. “We’re taking into mind that [craft brewing] is a growing, burgeoning
Open burning has turned into a serious air pollution problem in Bedford Township — one that that needs to stop.
Governor John Kasich has a big education reform bill before the legislature — House Bill 474 — that is said to have a good chance of passage. Beware big complicated pieces of legislation based on big sweeping ideas. The
A politician who needed no handlers.
Voters in the Philippines have elected as president Rodrigo “Digong” Duterte, longtime mayor of Davao City, and something of an outlaw in the usually smooth politics of those islands. Chosen in a turnout of more than 81 percent of the