Reader Scott Citron might have overlooked a point in his May 4, 2017 letter to the editor criticizing Donald Trump Jr.’s prairie dog hunt. Prairie dogs and ranchers/farmers have a long and convoluted history. Populations increased long ago when farming and grazing became widespread in their range: besides providing new food sources, these activities keep […]
In speeches and TV interviews, suddenly the guy I supported and voted for twice became this tired old guy spouting the blatherings of the military-intelligence industrial complex.
Ohio has a better economy than most states, which is due to your Republican leadership, NOT President Obama.
Esquire Magazine writers Warren and Dorment have managed to combine two of the worst elements of contemporary journalism in crafting an article that fails to inform or educate: “he said, she said” and the use of numbers with insufficient context.
The city, and its environmental consultants, espouse a greenway concept that essentially means sidewalks, mowed lawns, and widely spaced trees — like you might see in an urban park. This heavy handed approach to the outdoors is a shame.
I believe Obama is counting on the fact that, if he wins the election, the Republicans will have lost their ability to “just say no”; they will have to act more in the best interest of the country if they are looking forward to the next elections.
The answer is natural gas, our future and salvation. With a presidential mandate we could become energy independent through the use of gas in less than a decade.