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Kirk: There is a God
BY KIRK WALTERS BLADE EDITORIAL CARTOONIST

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Business as usual
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During a presidential campaign appearance this month before a national education advocacy group, Gov. John Kasich insisted: “We’re not going to tolerate failed charter schools.” To which weary Ohio taxpayers, parents, and students might respond: As of when? …

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Operation Peacemaker
BY JEFF GERRITT DEPUTY EDITORIAL PAGE EDITOR
RICHMOND, Calif. — “His body was there,” Sam Vaughn, an outreach worker for Operation Peacemaker in Richmond, Calif., said last week. “Right there.” …

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More hunger game

As he campaigns for the Republican presidential nomination, Gov. John Kasich is touting his reputation as a compassionate conservative — someone who cares at least as much about vulnerable Americans as rich ones. When you compare Mr. Kasich to the rest of the GOP field, that description seems fair enough. But he could do more to affirm it. …

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Was RedBall Project really art?
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Voters should be wary of Christie, Kasich
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Kasich needs to walk in teachers’ shoes
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Council’s motive to change law in dispute
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Ohioans need the Clean Water Rule
BY BETH NAGUSKY
Last year’s toxic algae bloom in Toledo provided a stark reminder that Ohioans cannot take the cleanliness and safety of our water supply for granted. Today, the drinking water of half of Ohio’s residents is at risk of contamination. …

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An open-book exam for Toledo’s mayoral candidates
BY DAVID KUSHMA BLADE EDITOR
Toledo’s mayoral election is about nine weeks away. So when will the campaign start? …




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