Reader shares thoughts on the death penalty

To the editor:I have always been ambivalent about the death penalty. I figured it was a demonstration of society’s collective vengeance when cer...

January 3rd, 2019 |  


What will happen?

What will happen?

The future is uncertain and often out of our control. Things just happen, no matter how much we prepare for them. Rich or poor we all meet the day the...

January 3rd, 2019 |  


Reader encourages plant-based New Year’s resolution

To the editor:With the glow of Christmas barely behind us, we look forward to the new year and the customary New Year’s resolutions: reduce soci...

January 3rd, 2019 |  



Old favorites for the new year

Old favorites for the new year

Editor’s Note: Gloria took a week off from the column to celebrate the holiday with her family in Ohio. She will return next week. This week we ...

January 3rd, 2019 |  


To our readers

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January 3rd, 2019 updated: January 8th, 2019. |  


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January 3rd, 2019 updated: January 9th, 2019. |  


Happy about a happy New Year

Happy about a happy New Year

Back in the bad old days, Queen Elizabeth II spoke of annus horribilis. For those of you who did not enjoy years of high school Latin, allow me to tra...

January 2nd, 2019 |  


Jay Ambrose: Walling in hope for a sane immigration policy

Jay Ambrose: Walling in hope for a sane immigration policy

President Donald Trump said he was going to do this disastrous thing of shutting down the government to get Democrats to give him money for his Great ...

January 2nd, 2019 |  


Changing the conversation

Changing the conversation

In my last column, I criticized the nine-recommendation recently released by the Ohio Speaker’s Task Force on Education and Poverty, which was c...

January 2nd, 2019 |  


What’s up for 2019?

What’s up for 2019?

Some might expect a column from me on resolutions for 2019, but I’ll pass on that subject. My habits are deeply ingrained and chances of changin...

December 30th, 2018 |