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Technology governing important decisions

February 23, 2016 Justice Department lawyers insist gaining access to information on a cellphone used by a dead terrorist is a critical matter of national security. But Apple Inc. more »»

Mandates would reduce choices

February 22, 2016 The federal government’s social engineers never seem to learn. Time and time again their mandates issued in the name of consumerism make life tougher, not better. They’re back. more »»

Digital security is a two-edged sword

February 19, 2016 Digital security and crime made headlines this week, but a high-profile case is distracting attention from a more likely proble. more »»

Shipped, sure; by accident? Doubtful

February 17, 2016 U.S. officials reported this week that Cuba has returned a dummy Hellfire missile accidentally shipped there in 2014. more »»

Not the time for severance tax hike

February 16, 2016 Gov. John Kasich’s old proposal to increase severance taxes on natural gas and oil has come up again. It would be difficult to pick a worse time to try again on it. more »»

Address National Parks’ upkeep

February 15, 2016 New is good if you are a politician. You like to be able to announce new programs and new facilities such as recreational areas. more »»

Let’s put people first, not politics, in Africa

February 14, 2016 A humanitarian campaign launched in Congress could help hundreds of millions of people — saving countless lives — if President Barack Obama will put politics aside. more »»

Comrades against cancer

February 13, 2016 The awareness efforts, advocacy programs, and fundraising activities of the Coaches vs. Cancer program is laudable itself. more »»

Rewrite law so pushers can be punished

February 12, 2016 Appeals court justices are supposed to interpret laws as they are written, not as someone claims legislators meant the statutes to be read. more »»

Forum to offer food for thought

February 10, 2016 The Democratic and Republican presidential debates so far during this campaign cycle have had something in common: All have been conducted in the evening. more »»

Elemental economics key issue in contest

February 9, 2016 With the nation’s first primary election of the 2016 presidential campaign coming up in New Hampshire today, it is safe to say the college-student vote will go primarily to Democrat candidate Sen. more »»

Entities failed at all levels

February 8, 2016 The blame game was in full swing last week as Congress conducted hearings on the Flint, Mich., water fiasco. more »»

Decisively handle emerging diseases

February 4, 2016 President Barack Obama wants to commit $1 billion to what he calls a “moonshot” initiative against cancer. more »»

Change coming; fend for those to be relocated

February 3, 2016 The 1600 block of West Market Street in Tiffin could see significant change in the next year or two. Tim Horton’s wants to buy the location of Jolly’s Drive-In. more »»

Contain the costs of going to college

January 31, 2016 Federal student loan and grant programs have not made college more affordable. They merely have provided billions of dollars in taxpayer money to help pay for it. more »»

Survivor now helps others

January 30, 2016 This week, we tip our cap to LeeAnn Campbell, who founded a non-profit organization to help human trafficking victims after surviving such an ordeal — and more hardship— as a child and young adult. more »»

Is it wrong to have a registry for rights?

January 29, 2016 Last week, a South Carolina legislator introduced a bill to require journalists to register with the government before reporting the state’s news. State Rep. more »»

Bloomberg would be an echo, not a choice

January 29, 2016 WASHINGTON — Michael Bloomberg’s epiphany about the 2016 presidential proceedings is that what is missing is a second bossy, big-government billionaire from Manhattan’s East Side — another candidate... more »»

Hillary Clinton’s nightmare isn’t Bernie Sanders

January 29, 2016 Hillary Clinton’s nightmare is not the sudden resurgence of Bernie Sanders. It is the fidelity to the rule of law of the FBI. more »»

More info needed to help close academic chasm

January 28, 2016 Closing the academic achievement gap between children from low-income households and their more prosperous classmates is among the biggest challenges facing educators. more »»

 
 
 

 

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