It is a testament to the life of Muhammad Ali that no one could ever be indifferent about him or what he stood for in the 74 years he was with us.
Richard Ross had many years of quality service to the state, but his last assignment should disqualify him from a seat on the BGSU board.
A roaring campfire, a robust cup of coffee, the solitude of the woods, and the unmitigated enthusiasm of a young boy are enough to make a grandfather’s heart sing.
It cannot be much fun to be Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder. Politically, it’s hard to imagine anyone having a worse year. A year ago, he was being touted as a possible GOP vice-presidential nominee, and a more-than-likely Cabinet member should a
It was most refreshing to read The Blade’s May 31 editorial concerning Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama (“Early verdict on Clinton emails”). Instead of trying to spin her breaking of the rules and putting our country in
D-Day, June 6, 1944, marked the largest armed invasion in history and initiated the allied forces’ liberation of Europe from ruthless and brutal Nazi oppression that threatened the free world. The depth of America’s commitment was
Regarding The Blade’s June 1 editorial about Harambe the gorilla, I would like to ask when your editor became psychic and learned to read the minds of a wild animal under extreme stress? Is a child’s life worth the risk of trying to
If a Flint-like disaster happens here, Mr. Kasich’s political career is over.
Now that he has clinched the Republican presidential nomination, it has become increasingly plausible to envision Donald Trump occupying the Oval Office. Much commentary has focused on what Mr. Trump’s style would be: Would he become