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Don’t increase spending, trim debt

August 16, 2013 Taxes have gone up, not just for “the wealthy” but for every American who works. The national debt is approaching $17 trillio. more »»

Enforce the law, but spare animals

August 15, 2013 “Adopting” wild animals almost never is a good idea. Most people get that. But sometimes they break the rule because they believe it is a matter of life and death to an animal. more »»

Enforce the law, but spare animals

August 15, 2013 “Adopting” wild animals almost never is a good idea. Most people get that. But sometimes they break the rule because they believe it is a matter of life and death to an animal. more »»

Avoid repeating error on housing

August 14, 2013 Government tinkering with the mortgage market helped bring on the deep recession from which Americans are just now emerging. more »»

Sideshow Weiner shouldn’t end up in office

August 13, 2013 He’s the stuff of late-night and bathroom comedy, but New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner, the former congressman with a penchant for dirty texting, is truly nothing more than a sideshow. more »»

Baseball makes right call on A-Rod

August 12, 2013 So much of Major League Baseball’s recent past has been tied into steroid use that we cannot do anything but applaud the action to drop the hammer on superstar Alex Rodriguez and a dozen other... more »»

Hats off

August 10, 2013 Something old is new — again A tip of the bowler hat to planners for the 2103 Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival for seeking change through addition. more »»

Military ignores warning signs of Hasan

August 8, 2013 Army Maj. Nidal Hasan went on trial in a military court at Fort Hood, Texas, this week, with his life on the line. more »»

Savor the summer at the fair in Attica

August 6, 2013 School supplies are stocking store shelves. Classes resume in two weeks. Student-athletes involved in fall sports have begun official practices. Yes, this is Augus. more »»

The real issue is individual liberties

August 5, 2013 After New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg lost another court challenge to his attempt to limit the size of soft drinks that can be sold in some locations, he vowed to appeal to a higher court. more »»

Hats off

August 3, 2013 Thanks, bidders, buyers A tip of the cap to the bidders and buyers at the Seneca County Fair livestock sale last weekend. more »»

Korean War vets deserve gratitude

August 2, 2013 Events more than half a century ago on the Korean Peninsula are merely the stuff of history books for most Americans. more »»

Arrest men who victimize children

August 1, 2013 Child prostitution is a tragedy right in our backyards, to judge by results of a nationwide FBI sweep a few days ago. In 76 cities, agents rescued 105 children and arrested 150 pimps. more »»

Break the cycle

July 31, 2013 While in the process of writing today’s editorial, this letter arrived. It does an effective job of stating a point we want to make — editor. more »»

Make a decision on Ohio testing

July 30, 2013 More than a few young adults have complained their high school civics classes did not give them a realistic idea of how government works. more »»

Are you willing to work for wildlife?

July 29, 2013 This morning, youths ages 12-17 are expected to gather at Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve to begin a weeklong Working for Wildlife Camp. From 9 a.. more »»

Hats off

July 27, 2013 Give the judges a ribbon, too Through Friday, The Advertiser-Tribune has published four full pages of results from Seneca County Fair judging. more »»

Keep the public in the loop

July 26, 2013 Most of the time, when public officials try end-runs around Ohio’s open meetings law, they sincerely just want to get things done for taxpayers in the most efficient ways possible. more »»

Doorstep service may have to cease

July 25, 2013 The U.S. Postal Service is facing some tough choice. more »»

Deal on student loan rate worth keeping

July 24, 2013 A compromise on student loans apparently will be approved this week in the U.S. Senate. But even as lawmakers revealed an agreement, some hinted they may try to go back on it this fall. more »»

 
 

 

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