Monday, April 21, 2014
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4/19/2014 12:00 AM
Healthier outlook
In politics as in roulette, it is not advisable to place all your bets on one number. But that is what Republicans have done in their unwavering opposition to what they derisively call Obamacare — and the numbers continue to be unlucky for them. …

4/18/2014 11:23 AM
Kirk: All talk, no action
Editorial Cartoons

4/17/2014 8:34 PM
Tangled Web
The General Assembly won’t allow Ohioans to register to vote online. But Gov. John Kasich’s administration and some lawmakers want to require the great majority of the state’s jobless workers to apply for and claim unemployment benefits online, even if they lack computer skills or access. That’s wrong. …

4/17/2014 8:32 PM
Critical India vote
The United States has had a relatively easy time working with India in recent years, with Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and the experienced Congress Party in power. …

4/17/2014 8:31 PM
Symphony success
The Toledo Symphony Orchestra’s musicians and staff deserve a thunderous round of applause for the orchestra’s breathtaking recent performance at Huntington Center. The April 6 event attracted 3,000 concertgoers who heard more than 1,000 singers from 30 choirs accompany the symphony. …

4/17/2014 8:30 PM
The high cost of running for Congress
LANSING — Ninety years ago, Will Rogers made audiences laugh by saying: “America has the best politicians money can buy.” …

4/17/2014 8:26 PM
GM will motor on, despite crisis
The crisis at General Motors Co. doesn’t spell doom for the company (“How GM handles crisis will show whether it has changed,” op-ed column, April 10). GM will weather this storm. …

4/17/2014 12:00 AM
Homegrown terror
The suspect in the murders of three people this week in Kansas is a reminder that the United States has a domestic terrorism problem that is overshadowed by fear of foreign terrorists. …

4/17/2014 12:00 AM
Fast track
Lucas County Sheriff John Tharp said Wednesday that he wants a new jail built within two years. That timetable might seem unrealistic, but the county board of commissioners should put this project on a fast track. Policy — not politics — should drive the process. …

4/17/2014 12:00 AM
Pay college athletes? It’s troublesome
Letters to the Editor
After I read Joe Nocera’s April 3 op-ed column about unionizing efforts by college athletes, I initially had some sympathy with their plight (“Union ruling a step toward justice in college sports,” April 3). …