The General Assembly should not interfere — in any way — with a citizen’s right to vote.
After Orlando, Fla., after Brexit, America, and the rest of the world, can use some lighthearted news. A British grandmother has given us some. This has nothing to do with public policy, though the public could certainly learn from 86-year-
Our government and our soldiers routinely torture and mutilate animals in the name of national defense.
Thanks to the June 26 letter writer of “Hillary Clinton committed a crime,” which summarized the email scandal. The Clintons are well known to get special treatment. I wonder whether anyone inhaling her Wall Street comments is believing
I believe roundabouts are the safest (June 26, “Check yes on roundabouts”). Intersections with stop signs are always a test; will the other driver stop? With roundabouts you know everyone is moving. I don’t think the texters will
In an attempt to create a one-sided political debate about Palestine, House Bill 476, pending in the Ohio General Assembly, would impose on every state contract a clause prohibiting boycott of, or divestment from, Israel. If passed, any company,
A certain young boy had recently figured out that Santa Claus does not exist. Angry at his parents for deceiving him, he set a booby trap for them under the tree. He woke to discover he had caught a very real St. Nick, who was not at all jolly about
If veteran voters can’t explain the bizarre odyssey to elect the leader of the free world, what are first-time voters to think?
Other highlights include articles about Fukushima
Enough is enough. Someone’s child could be killed in this feud between Toledo families.