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Conspiracy Theorist

Obama twists Republicans into pretzels  By Mark Luedtke I hate politics. Politics is the art of convincing people to allow one faction to control our stolen money instead of another faction. Regardless of which faction wins, our money gets stolen. There are two general Big Lies for winning at politics. The first is convincing people […]

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Debate Forum, 3/12

Debate Center: Should voting really be this controversial?  By Alex Culpepper The period in the United States from Reconstruction through the 1960s hosted a great deal of historic events and changes. Repression and racism were rampant, while at the same time African Americans attempted to exercise their rights to vote. Even if one could get to […]

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Health, Wellness & Fitness

Timing your weight loss By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D. Some crazy diet tricks – like “calorie erasing” sprinkles and “fat melting” shorts – should be banished to the Weight Loss Hall of Shame. If you’re struggling with your New Year’s resolution to slim down, don’t be tempted by these or any other […]

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Law & Disorder

Caveat emptor: The pros and cons of the housing market  By A.J. Wagner The last few years have been tough on realtors. After the recession hit in 2008, houses declined significantly in value. The foreclosure crisis flooded the market with low-priced abandoned homes. Now it’s spring, a time when many think about buying a home. What […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

It’s 2007 all over again By Mark Luedtke As of this writing the Dow Jones Industrial Average is flirting with the record high set in October 2007. Prior to 2007, the Fed had kept interest rates low for years, inflating the housing bubble and a stock market bubble. Under the illusion they were richer, consumers […]

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Commentary Forum, 3/5

Commentary Forum Center: Court will decide whether Freshwater can teach with holy water  By Alex Culpepper People refer to it as the “Scopes Monkey Trial,” but it is officially known as The State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes. Basically, this 1925 case charged John Scopes, a Tennessee high school science teacher, with teaching evolution in […]

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Law & Disorder

A love letter to the Dayton Voice & Dayton City Paper By A. J. Wagner Part of the reason I write for the Dayton City Paper is that I was always a fan of the courage and sacrifice it takes to run an independent paper and give it away for free. What follows is a […]

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Health, Wellness & Fitness

Say “hey” to ALA By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D. Fans of this column know we’re big on good fats, especially the family of heart-friendly, inflammation-cooling omega fatty acids found in olive oil, fatty fish and certain supplements. Lately, a lesser-known omega-3 called ALA (short for alpha-linolenic acid) has stepped out of the […]

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Debate Forum, 2/26

Debate Forum Center: Has probable cause gone to the dogs?  By Alex Culpepper Florida is a realm of resort hotels, blazing year-round summer sunshine and salty sea breezes. It’s also the U.S. Supreme Court’s proving ground for drug-sniffing dog cases regarding probable cause in searches. The Court has decided one case – Florida v. Harris – […]

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Law and Disorder

Doggone it: Something smells  By A.J. Wagner What follows is taken directly from the unanimous decision of the United States Supreme Court in the case of Florida v. Harris, which is the topic of this week’s Debate Forum on pages 6-7. The Justices considered how a court should determine if the “alert” of a drug-detection […]

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News of the weird: 01/20

By Chuck Shepherd Man’s other best friends People’s love for their pets reached a new high in December when a […]

Chew on this: 01/20

Get more in the know about your dough By Jayne Powers Sometimes, we don’t know when we think we did […]

The Docket: 01/13

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Charles Grove Bus-ted A 35-year-old man was arrested at the main […]

Public art, sans gallery

Life imitates art in Yellow Springs By Tammy Newsom Photo: Davis Street Propeller Bush, artist: Bruce Parker; photo: Yellow Springs […]

News of the weird: 01/13

By Chuck Shepherd Annals of Injustice Richard Rosario is in year 18 of a 25-to-life sentence for murder, even though […]

Advice Goddess 01/13/2015

You’ve got bail I am not attracted to “nice guys.” I’m in my early 30s, and I don’t think I […]