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Share in long, global tradition of Shakespeare this weekend

April 23, 2016 This weekend marks the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare, poet, playwright, actor, businessman and cultural touchstone. more »»

 
 
 
Protect students from for-profit college scams

April 19, 2016 Imagine working for months or years toward a college degree — investing hours in late-night study sessions, and tens of thousands of dollars in loans, all in the hopes that your diploma will open ne... more »»

Violence in Duma, West Bank, awaits our voice

April 13, 2016 While our country is caught up in continuous election sensationalism and while the world braces itself for more terrorist attacks, my anger is tempted to spike. more »»

Sharing thoughts about design thinking

April 6, 2016 Design is a buzz word that permeates the business and entrepreneurial press. Publications such as the Harvard Business Review, Inc and Fast Times have devoted entire issues to the topic. more »»

Grants part of strategy to combat drug abuse

April 6, 2016 Unintentional drug overdoses claim the lives of nearly four Ohioans every day. more »»

Act would create jobs, level playing field for Ohio workers

April 5, 2016 My top priority in the Senate is to help create more and better Ohio jobs, with higher wages and benefits. more »»

Act protects paychecks

March 24, 2016 American workers know they’re working more than ever before, for less pay. They don’t think they can get by — much less get ahead — even if they work hard. more »»

Make a difference by fighting heroin epidemic

March 17, 2016 At a recent town hall in Darke County, I asked those in attendance how many of them had family members or friends who had been impacted by addiction. More than half the hands went up. more »»

Concerns about terrorist attacks driven by fears, not facts

March 13, 2016 Fear of terrorism on American soil now is part of our daily lives. Surveys show how deeply we feel the threat. more »»

Taxpayers should keep the promise of a secure retirement

March 10, 2016 Last week, I met with Rita Lewis of Westchester. Rita was in Washington to testify in front of the Senate Finance Committee in honor of her late husband, Butch. more »»

Read all about it: Jesus and Gandhi discover nonviolent way

March 8, 2016 Sometimes the way ahead feels dark and confusing. Answers and solutions feel hidden, impossible to discover. A kind of “quicksand” feeling for ourselves and our world threatens to overcome us. more »»

Kasich’s candidacy depends on today’s results

March 1, 2016 Gov. John Kasich finds himself in a position something like one of the two fellows being chased by a bear. You remember the story. more »»

Funds help revitalize communities in Ohio

March 1, 2016 The housing crisis and the Great Recession that followed took a devastating financial and psychological toll on a generation of Ohioans. more »»

Act seeks to end cycle of addiction

February 28, 2016 Drug overdoses are on the rise across Ohio and opioid abuse, in particular, has wreaked havoc across our state, devastating thousands of families. more »»

Cold spell shouldn’t spell disaster for families

February 23, 2016 Dealing with the bitter cold is a winter rite of passage that Ohioans know all too well. For some, it’s a nuisance; for others, the ability to brave an Ohio winter is a badge of honor. more »»

Orwellian? Perhaps, but technology is influencing elections

February 14, 2016 Politicians tailor their messages to different audiences. more »»

Clinton and Sander’s America sounds like depressing place

February 14, 2016 Watching a recent debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders, one might have thought a Republican had been in the White House for nearly eight years. more »»

We maintain a love-hate relationship with Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2016 Valentine’s Day is upon us. And to think we still are recuperating from Groundhog Day. That’s February for you, a gray month of no big flashy celebrations, at least not until President’s Day. more »»

Legislation would guard against lead poisoning

February 14, 2016 The water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is attracting a lot of attention lately — and rightfully s. more »»

Connections found between entrepreneurship, depression

February 10, 2016 Recent studies of entrepreneurs have reported high levels of stress, isolation, fatigue and fear of failure. These also are symptoms associated with people suffering from clinical depression. more »»

Free tax filing help: Get your maximum refund

February 3, 2016 Last month, federal tax filing season opened, and Ohioans need all the information available for them to get as much of their hard-earned money back in their pockets as possible. more »»

 
 

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS No. 1820) May 5, 2016

Take Off Pounds Sensibly (TOPS No. 1820), Weigh in from 8-8:45 a.m., meeting at 9 a.m. Faith United Methodist Church, 75 N. Sandusky St., Tiffin. (419) 447-8898 or (419) 447-6296. more »

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Mock Draft, 2016

April 28, 2016 Earlier this week, I was asked by WTTF's Nate Mullins to contribute a mock draft for tonight's 7:30 p.m. draft special. My original title was "I can't believe it's a mock draft. more »

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