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Debate Left, 9/11

When the media muddies the waters By Marianne Stanley With all the quite serious, even life-threatening, issues swirling around us right now, getting caught up in whether or not an imprisoned person with severe Gender Identity Disorder (GID) should be granted “sex reassignment” surgery, also known as a sex change operation, seems pretty trite by […]

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Debate Right, 9/11

We live in bizarro world By Mark Luedtke The extent to which many Americans are disconnected from reality is demoralizing. For example, a judge recently ordered prison officials to use money stolen from Massachusetts taxpayers to pay for a sex change operation on an imprisoned murderer. The murderer claimed the surgery was a medical necessity, […]

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Above the law

Is Husted Trying to Fix the Election for Romney? By A.J. Wagner In Ohio, laws are being passed, repealed, challenged and ignored with a strange mix of legislation, referendum, law suits, directives and bullying in an effort to restrict early voting, especially for the last weekend prior to the election. Why is this last weekend […]

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Debate Center, 9/4

Armstrong Stripped of Tour De France Titles for Suspected Doping For nearly a decade, American cyclist Lance Armstrong dominated the world of bike racing, winning a number of titles including seven consecutive Tour De France victories. Throughout that time, many in the world of professional cycling suspected Armstrong of cheating, although he consistently passed all […]

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Debate Left, 9/4

Bob Costas Puts Hammer to Nail By Ben Tomkins I’ll be real quick and then I’ll let Bob Costas close it out. If you follow the top 10 riders in each Tour de France from Lance’s prime years, 1999 to 2005, you see an obvious trend: progressively more and more of them were sanctioned for […]

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Debate Right, 9/4

Armstrong still a winner By Rob Scott When you think of any sports, most people associate prime athletes with those sports. In basketball, you think of the all-time great Michael Jordan. Baseball, you think of the Great Bambino, Babe Ruth. Tennis, you think of Andre Agassi or the Williams sisters. Hockey is Wayne Gretzky. This […]

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Three branches, one government

The judicial branch offers impartiality in political landscape By A.J. Wagner It started with Aristotle over 2300 years ago when he theorized a government consisting of a king, an aristocracy and a democracy. For the following two thousand years, others looked for ways to combine the best elements of existing models of government into a […]

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Debate Center, 8/28

Election Hours Controversy Comes to Montgomery Country How we conduct elections in Ohio has become a contentious issue between Republicans and Democrats in recent years. The battle over voting rages over just how accessible voting should be made for those wishing to cast a ballot. During the 2008 election cycle, with Democrats in control, major […]

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Debate Left, 8/28

Defend Hour Early Voting Privilege By Rana Odeh “I guess I really actually feel we shouldn’t contort the voting process to accommodate the urban – read African-American – voter turnout machine.” – Doug Preisse, Franklin County Republican Party Chairman and Elections Board member I am dumbfounded by the racist, incredibly revealing comment above, made by […]

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Debate Right, 8/28

Voting Should Be Hard by Mark Luedtke I’ve read so much baloney about voting. Let’s cut through the crap. We are ruled by one Big Government Looting party which has two factions: Democrat and Republican. Every election is a civil war between these two factions. To the victors go the spoils. When Democrats took control […]

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On craft and craftsmanship

In the studio with Landon Crowell By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Landon Crowell, Inertia in Light of a Likely Disaster, 2011. Wood, […]

Modern masters, talking turkeys and the king himself

Your summer roadmap to art in Cincinnati By Susan Byrnes Photo: Trenton Doyle Hancock, “Hot Coals in Soul,” 2010. Acrylic and […]

International flavor, Midwest vibe

Annual Festival of Nations returns By Andy Hertel Photo: The Brazil delegation proudly represents its country at the 2012 Festival of […]

It’s my party

Troy Hayner Cultural Center rings in 100 years By Alyssa Reck Photo: Hayner Days will begin at 11 a.m. on Aug. […]

Scene around the fence

Beautifying a Yellow Springs construction space By Tammy Newsom Photo:  This is a wall of many capers. A Young’s Dairy […]

Drawn on the lawn

Annual Art on the Lawn event returns By Evan Shaub Photo: A musician performs at 2013’s Art on the Lawn event; […]