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Showdown brewing over public school curriculum

December 18, 2015 A showdown between West Virginia legislators and state Board of Education members over public school curriculum seems to be brewing — but it is entirely avoidable. more »»

Thank scammers for income tax security measures

December 17, 2015 Ohioans filing state income tax returns may have to jump through a few additional hoops next year. They can thank scammers for the added aggravation. more »»

It’s impossible to legislate common sense

December 15, 2015 Last year, a 10-year-old boy was suspended from school in Columbus for pointing his finger — school officials explained it was a “lookalike firearm” — at another student. more »»

Rejecting one tool on climate change

December 14, 2015 Are liberals in Congress focused on battling climate change — or giving big tax breaks to wind and solar energy companies? There is a difference. Reports about negotiations on a $. more »»

Ensuring law officers are fit

December 12, 2015 Most law enforcement officers and deputies are good, courageous men and women who take “protect and serve” seriously. more »»

Trump’s idea wouldn’t work

December 11, 2015 Criticism of presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposal to ban Muslims from entering the United States is absolutely right on ethical grounds. As Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wis. more »»

Phase in change in Ohio benefits

December 10, 2015 While presidents and Congresses for many years have refused to deal with entitlement reform, states have no choice. more »»

Keep school calendar at 180 days

December 9, 2015 Public education in West Virginia clearly needs an overhaul. Evidence is mounting that students simply are not learning what they should. more »»

Close loopholes in our Visa Waiver Program

December 8, 2015 Islamic terrorists’ success in infiltrating most countries, including ours, means that in a way, we can no longer rely on even our best, oldest friends among other nations. more »»

Remember Pearl Harbor

December 7, 2015 The words President Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered to a joint session of Congress on Dec. more »»

Be a safe, smart shopper this holiday season

December 6, 2015 Holiday shopping has officially begun. more »»

Be a safe, smart shopper this holiday season

December 6, 2015 Holiday shopping has officially begun. more »»

Some positive attitude makes a difference

December 5, 2015 Take a deep breath. The increasing pace of the holidays is just beginning. Some people revel in the spirit of the holidays, humming Christmas songs as they go about the holiday preparations. more »»

Playing fiscal shell game

December 4, 2015 Many observers, especially officials in the 50 states worried about highway funding, applauded action by Congress recently to provide $281 billion in transportation funding during the next five years. more »»

Presidential Medal recipient sets an example

December 3, 2015 Just four of the 17 people who received Presidential Medals of Freedom last week were outside the mainstream — entertainers, politicians and professional athletes — of those who typically receive th... more »»

Don’t let a fire spoil the holiday season

December 2, 2015 Winter is the peak season for home fires, according to the National Fire Protection Agency and the U.S. Fire Administration. more »»

Students did the right thing

December 1, 2015 During a time when political correctness seems to run rampant on college campuses, at least some students remain courageous enough to use their heads. more »»

Standardize evaluations of Ohio schools

November 30, 2015 A special panel looking at how charter schools in Ohio are evaluated focused on honest, accurate reports on their achievements. more »»

Keeping juveniles out of prisons

November 29, 2015 Ohioans ought to be proud their state is a national leader in keeping juvenile offenders out of prisons. more »»

 
 

 

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