An editorial cartoon by The Blade’s Kirk Walters.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich is proud of the $2 billion rainy day fund achieved during his administration (March 14, ‘‘Kasich’s bad faith”). Click here to submit a letter to the editor Is the governor just as proud of Ohio being
I don’t seem to recall studies being done when Toledo reduced Jackman Road from four lanes down to three between Laskey and Sylvania. I don’t see a roundabout at Eleanor Avenue. I also do not recall any studies being done when
Toledo police Chief George Kral recently announced some grim statistics: Lucas County has had 12 fatal crashes, nine of those in Toledo, so far this year. By this date last year, there had been two. Click here to view more Blade editorials
Editor’s Note: These letters are published online only. Trump is not the right man for the job The first thing to understand is that President Trump lost the popular vote by 3 million votes. Mr. Trump claims they were fraudulent Mexican
Here’s an idea to get people into good jobs: Fund students who train for jobs that actually exist and pay well, like bookkeeping and medical-insurance coding. Indiana lawmakers are working on a new scholarship program to do just that. Click
Pedestrian deaths are on the rise because drivers are increasingly distracted while behind the wheel.
Now’s the time for elected leaders who have said they’re committed to stopping a crucial threat to the Great Lakes to walk the walk, not just talk the talk. Scientists working to thwart the incursion of Asian carp say the invasive
Kids are grown and gone, so who does the chores?
According to the CBO report on the current health-care proposal, a 64-year-old male with an income of $26,500 in the year 2026 will pay 60 percent of his income on health-insurance premiums. Meanwhile, Paul Ryan is gloating that Medicare will be de-