Gary Johnson and William Weld are fiscally conservative and socially liberal.
The arts, as well as sports, can give us heroes to cheer on. This year, in northwest Ohio, we have a singer.
Finally, The Blade has an editorial page editor (Keith Burris) who presents an unbiased and reasonable approach to critical issues that have been distorted by politicians and the media. Mr. Burris’ June 19 column titled
The federal government has no business telling state officials how to do their jobs.
Portman compares July 4 campaigning.
Every time we have one of these mass shootings, the call goes out for more gun control. Where is the evidence that it would do any good? Anyone with even a little street smarts knows that $500 would get you a gun in short order, legal or illegal.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is beginning to pay close attention to online lenders’ unscrupulous practices.
The exclusionary rule should not be abolished until something better can take its place.
HPV vaccines are available, and the CDC calls them “very safe.”
Councilman Tyrone Riley’s questions regarding the creation of a regional water authority (June 23, ‘‘Regional water authority issue mulled by city”) point to what is wrong with the city of Toledo’s present and