The Olympics have been a great respite from the politics of this year.
Khizr Khan has had a longstanding affection with and devotion to the U.S. Constitution.
An old-school pol brings something refreshing to the table.
THERE WAS a time, in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when everything about the baby boomers — their cultural identity, their sex lives, their voting patterns — was chewed over in the public prints and on television. It became so dreary
THERE IS still time for you. Before school starts. Before summer ends. Before you run out of ideas for a super day trip. You still have a personal invitation to see what Washington bigwigs will be applauding in just over a month. A native Ohioan,
A FEW WEEKS AGO, The Blade published an editorial titled, “Progressive and possible,” and Blade reporters have written about the possibilities of a regional water system. We would like to comment on both. Yes, the Toledo region needs to
So … whatever happened to the new bridge that is supposed to be rising across the Detroit River?
If Mr. Trump focuses on issues, and the press covers his speeches and positions on issues, we can regain a process worthy of our founders.
No one in early American history was a more fascinating character than Ben Franklin.
A FEW DAYS ago I spoke with a friend who is a retired cop. He was on his way to a forum on race, policing, and community relations at a local, predominantly African-American church. He is African-American. He told me he was proud of his service as