Thanks to the June 26 letter writer of “Hillary Clinton committed a crime,” which summarized the email scandal.
Intersections with stop signs are always a test; will the other driver stop?
I was wondering who exactly I am to send the bill for a new paint job on my 2015 Toledo-made Jeep Wrangler.
Our elected leaders are called “representatives” because they are supposed to represent us — all of us.
I see that The Blade reported on the attacks that injured seven people (June 27, “7 stabbed in protests at extremists’ event”). In the June 28 edition, there were at least two more assaults reported in Toledo (“East Toledo
The 1884 courthouse would have been the crown jewel for Tiffin if they had better officials (June 17, “Bonds being sold, groundbreaking set”). Now they are going to have an overpriced big-box courthouse with a clock tower.
I grab my newspaper, and before I even open up the front page, the first thing I see is the picture of the low-life who recently slaughtered 49 of my fellow citizens (June 21, “Orlando killers’ remarks in calls to police
Just when you think Republicans can do nothing more to disturb and astound you, they find a new way. Despite the fact that 80 percent of all Americans, including Republicans, want at least some law to prevent possible domestic terrorists to access
Instead of running for president, Hillary Clinton should be behind bars for purposely flaunting the law in her handling of classified information. Having retired from management positions within the National Intelligence Community, I’ll
I commend you on your June 14 editorial, “The Orlando massacre.” Your point that the Orlando, Fla., tragedy, like most tragedies, has more than one cause is important to acknowledge if we are to reason together in taking steps toward