I’m sorry for the family that had to move their “little house” from Spencer Township. It is on wheels and is mobile, so it belongs in a mobile home park (Aug. 14, “Tiny houses raise big legal questions”). How would
Out of respect for federalism and democracy, Congress should end the federal prohibition of marijuana and leave the issue to the states.
Editor’s note: These are letters that did not appear in the daily paper. Establishment needs to back Trump Many times the voting electorate honored the Republican establishment’s request for support. Because this request was honored,
Turning our back on those who served as translators for us will make it nearly impossible to recruit in the future.
During this long Clinton vs. Trump street fight, here’s a diversion.
In an Aug. 16 letter to The Blade, a Maumee resident makes the false assumption that anyone who voted for Mitt Romney in the last election will vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming election (“Path is clear for Clinton win”). I would
How can we help the chronically and multigeneration poor break the cycle of poverty?
A rule change could save the state $12 million but imperil the Early Head Start and Head Start programs.
Former mayor still surprised at roughness, betrayals of politics.
Mr. President, the people of Baton Rouge, La., know you are monitoring the historic flood that has destroyed their homes and businesses and sent thousands of them to shelters. That’s what presidents do. But being kept informed by your staff as