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We’re still at mercy of cyber terrorists

April 1, 2016 Cyber terrorism — for profit, not twisted ideology — has become a clear and present danger to Americans. If there is a cohesive strategy to defeat it, it is not working. more »»

We need a leader up to the challenge

March 31, 2016 What if you needed a new state superintendent of schools and no one had applied for the job? That might be a good thing. Ohio has had an opening since De. more »»

It’s a day to thank Vietnam veterans

March 30, 2016 Vietnam Veterans Day is sort of a two-day affair in Ohio. That gives ample time to thank those who served during the 11-year wa. more »»

Apple makes a costly decision

March 29, 2016 In the FBI v Apple, the technology company faced two costly choices. more »»

Gov’t set record on secrecy

March 27, 2016 It is illegal for government officials to refuse to turn over most official documents to anyone who asks for them. more »»

Please choose to use the antidote

March 25, 2016 The Ohio Attorney General’s office organized a phone bank Thursday to call first responders in the state, urging them to deploy an antidote to opiate overdose. more »»

Reforms unlikely under Castro

March 23, 2016 Cuban President Raul Castro is never, ever asked embarrassing questions by those in his country’s state-run “news” media. But during a joint appearance with U.S. more »»

Identify, punish officials in scandal

March 22, 2016 It has been two years since a whistleblower revealed military veterans were being forced by the Phoenix veterans hospital to wait months for health care they needed. Some died while they waited. more »»

Thanks for backing this campaign

March 19, 2016 During an election season that has seen arguments supplant debates, insults hurled as counterarguments and smears disguised as marketing materials, there is at least one campaign going on admirably:... more »»

Why did Navy take the rifles?

March 18, 2016 It was all a mistake, the Navy told U.S. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-California. There is no shortage of rifles for Navy SEALs. more »»

JJC is the best approach

March 17, 2016 Short of inventing a time machine, there is nothing that can be done to bring the 1884 Courthouse back into existence. more »»

Prevent convention violence

March 16, 2016 Perhaps it is a reflection of the rough-and-tumble process Republicans are enduring as they attempt to pick a nominee for president, but for whatever reason, Cleveland police are expecting trouble... more »»

Et tu, county GOP?

March 15, 2016 This usually is the time we urge voters to cast their ballots. And we still will suggest that; polls are open 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. today. more »»

Avoid costly bridge projects

March 13, 2016 Sometime within the next five years, taxpayers probably will have to find $250 million to replace a key bridge at Washington, D.C. more »»

Ike was correct to worry

March 11, 2016 Were he alive today, former President Dwight Eisenhower would be angry about a report this week that some Navy SEALs have to share rifles. more »»

Decorum is possible

March 8, 2016 It was easy to discern the winners of the question-and-answer forum for Seneca County commissioner candidates Tuesday morning at Camden Falls: the audience. more »»

She was a crucial part of Reagan’s presidency

March 8, 2016 During the first half of the nation’s history, wives of our presidents received little public credit or even notice for their behind-the-scenes involvement in public affairs. more »»

Medical marijuana proposal’s wording is crucial

March 6, 2016 Allowing sale and possession of marijuana for recreational purposes remains a novel idea, and for good reason. more »»

Keeping schools safe from violence

March 3, 2016 Children should not be afraid to go to school, for fear someone will appear with a gun, knife or bomb and begin shedding blood. For the vast majority of students, there is no need for such fear. more »»

Serving justice

March 2, 2016 Making punishment fit a crime is complicated. Even the nearly 4,000-year-old Code of Hammurabi, in outlining the eye-for-an-eye retributive justice, had a sliding scale. more »»



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