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4/2/2016 12:00 AM
Prez adds to legacy

President Obama’s two-day visit last week to Argentina enabled him to boost new center-right President Mauricio Macri in the economic reforms he has launched and to improve perceptions of the United States in Latin America. …

4/2/2016 12:00 AM
Gunless in Cleveland

What could possibly go wrong with hundreds of resentful candidate loyalists attending the most fractious political convention in decades … with their guns? …

4/2/2016 12:00 AM
Widening the pool

A new initiative, co-sponsored by the Toledo Public Schools and the University of Toledo — Teach Toledo — is a small, but noble start in addressing a big problem facing urban school administrators and those who train teachers. …

4/2/2016 12:00 AM
U.S. Constitution and salaries

Some of our presidential candidates try to outdo each other by claiming how high they will raise the minimum wage. How and when was it decided that the U.S. government should determine a minimum wage for everyone who is employed? …

4/2/2016 12:00 AM
Where my city taxes go

I pay Toledo taxes. Some items expected in return are good public schools, a reliable potable water supply, and roads in good repair. Apparently my government does not share my priorities. I take exception to your spin that Toledo residents voted against good roads. Instead, my government chose not to spend the taxes on maintaining the roads in good condition.…

4/1/2016 1:03 AM
A tribute to a gifted musician

The one musician that I credit with my growth from rock to classical to jazz ... his death is a great tragedy! The death of Keith Emerson caused by depression is a testament to what a travesty depression is to us all no matter where we are in our lives. …

4/1/2016 1:01 AM
Return a Republican to presidency

Because of President Obama’s divisive progressive/​socialist policies, Americans feel they are on a path to economic and social collapse. Over the last seven years, they’ve seen race relations deteriorate, a stagnant economy, jobs and businesses’ outsourced, a growing $19 trillion national debt, and an unaffordable and defective health-care system. …

4/1/2016 1:00 AM
Find younger brain trust

Why don’t all the double-dippers on the city payroll retire and give the younger brain trust a chance. Same old cadre, same old results. There are people at the administration level who have been around since the first Finkbeiner administration. No wonder the city is always broke. …

4/1/2016 12:00 AM
Repair damage of deception

Last year, during the mayoral scramble, Toledoans heard nothing about a projected budget deficit. Then, almost immediately after the election, Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson gravely announced a $20 million deficit. What? When did she know that? Why wasn’t this discussed during the mayoral vetting process that had just recently ended? Wouldn’t this information have been a perfect topic for the …

4/1/2016 12:00 AM
Not tough enough
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University of Toledo President Sharon Gaber is to be commended for a serious and thoughtful response to an incident that occurred at an off-campus party on Jan. 24. …




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