Weekly Sunday columns from Vindicator writer Bertram de Souza.
By Bertram de Souza |November 27th, 2016
Donald J. Trump did not win the presidency because he was the nominee of the Republican Party.
By Bertram de Souza |November 20th, 2016
In 1984, Mahoning Valley Sheriff James A. Traficant Jr., who rode a wave of popularity to a seat in
By Bertram de Souza |November 14th, 2016
Three days after Donald J. Trump takes the oath of office on Jan. 20 as the 45th president of the United States, 1,245 auto workers in the Mahoning Valley will lose their jobs.
By Bertram de Souza |November 9th, 2016
A recent segment of “Jeopardy,” the hit TV game show, had this Final Jeopardy clue: “In the late 1800s, Clark Stanley was a notorious seller of this two-word product, which he advertised as a curative liniment.”
By Bertram de Souza |November 6th, 2016
Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich put his principles where his mouth is, and in so doing established his
By Bertram de Souza |October 30th, 2016
Let’s get something straight: The headline on the front page of Wednesday’s Vindicator, “GM’s 3Q
By Bertram de Souza |October 23rd, 2016
To understand why Donald Trump has ignited the passions of so many Mahoning Valley residents, take a