I believe that most U.S. citizens want immigration, and if someone knocked at the door, explained their problem, and asked for help, we would be more than willing to at least listen and try to help them. But I also think most of us would call the
It’s imperativethat the learning of the vast majority of students should not be negatively impacted by the behavior of a peer.
The recent problem of children being separated from their parents at the border points to a much larger problem than immigration.
Joseph E. Pflager of Maumee writes that he prefers to the phrase “illegal immigrant,” rather than euphemism “undocumented immigrant.”
Americans should support a president’s quest to make the nation strong and wealthy, writes Karl Parker of Riga, Michigan.
What has changed since Lake Erie was cleaned up 20 years ago?
The systems that the Founders created are in danger, writes Tom Schumaker of Delta.
Bridget and Steve Tennes don’t deserve all of this grief, writes Mary Jo Thieman Bosch of Millbury.
The overdue sanctions imposed by the Ohio Department of Education on TPS employees are curiously timed, writes TPS board member Perry Lefevre.
Republicans must stop muddying the water and helping President Trump degrade our law enforcement agencies, writes Terry E. Crandell of Sylvania.