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MLK’s ‘dream’ far from reality

Opinion: By Jessicah Pierre OtherWords Jan. 15 marked what would’ve been Dr. Martin Luther King’s 90th


Trump’s push for a border wall a reminder of the walls in our lives

Opinion: “Something there is that doesn’t love a wall ...” So opens the famous poem written by Robert


Election losses continue to haunt Democratic Party leader Betras

Opinion: Defeat smacked Mahoning County Democratic Party Chairman David Betras in the face pretty hard in


Authorize plan, end threat of Asian carp to Lake Erie

Editorial: After four long years of study, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently released a comprehensive


Saudis still getting a pass on the Khashoggi murder

Editorial: Shortly after he accused former President Barack Obama of “misguided” thinking that diminished the


Republicans suddenly outraged over Congressman King’s racism

Opinion: WASHINGTON Republicans are shocked, shocked, to learn that Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, is a dyed-in-


Living close to the edge

Opinion: By Chuck Collins OtherWords As the government shutdown drags on, the image of federal workers


Peter Funt, 1/11/2019 [Archive]

Opinion: Peter Funt, 1/11/2019 [Archive] Download this column as a Microsoft Word file. No Oscar


What is the basis for Democrats touting Trump’s impeachment?

Opinion: By Byron York Andrews McMeel Syndication Newly sworn-in Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib


Sears a casualty of 21st century

Opinion: By Steven Horwitz The Vindicator At the present, Sears is barely surviving in bankruptcy court.


Help prevent doomsday for recycling in America

Editorial: Toledo Blade: For more than a generation, we’ve been training ourselves to separate paper and


Dems fail first test on climate

Opinion: By Basav Sen OtherWords The science on climate change is clear: All countries desperately need


Dems bluster notwithstanding, 2019’s watchword is discipline

Opinion: By Gene Lyons Andrews McMeel Syndication What an outrage! A Democratic woman talking like a


Youngstown Plan a key factor in Kasich’s legacy

Editorial: 2So said Gov. John R. Kasich in the fall of 2014 about the academically crippled Youngstown City


Change in EPA rule is a killer

Opinion: By Olivia Alperstein OtherWords While Americans were quietly preparing to ring in the New Year,


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