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Debate Forum

Can U.S. presidential debates really affect the outcome of the race? Last week at the University of Denver was the first debate between presidential candidates Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama. Both candidates were touted by their own camps to be formidable debaters. President Obama’s camp was comfortable with his debating skills, having witnessed his […]

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Debate Center, 10/02

Who are Mitt Romney’s 47 percent? Last week a short video clip provided by the publication Mother Jones, appeared from an event several months ago in which Mitt Romney was speaking to a group at a private fundraiser. In his comments Romney said 47 percent of Americans would almost automatically vote for President Barack Obama […]

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Debate Left, 10/02

The Leeches – by Dr. Seuss By Ben Tomkins – Now, the Star-Bell Sneetches had bellies with stars. The Plain-Belly Sneetches had none upon thars. Those stars weren’t so big. They were really so small. You might think such a thing wouldn’t matter at all. – Dr. Seuss The 47 percent are exactly who Mitt […]

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Debate Right, 10/02

The dangers of the entitlement society By David Watson The French political thinker and historian, Alexis de Tocqueville, was best known for his book “Democracy in America.” After traveling across the country for two years, in 1835 Tocqueville wrote of America and its emerging democratic order. Tocqueville wrote of his travels through America at a […]

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It ain’t over ’til it’s over

Case dismissed? By A.J. Wagner In opera, it is said that it isn’t over until the fat lady sings. In the law, the singing begins at the filing of a final entry with prejudice. The term “with prejudice” means, literally, with harm or disadvantage. In the vernacular it means, “Move along,” “There’s nothing else to […]

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Debate Center, 9/25

Is this crappy movie really the cause of unrest in the Middle East? As America reels from the deadly attack on this year’s anniversary of 9/11 that killed Christopher Stevens, the U.S. Ambassador to Libya and three other Americans, the question of what caused the attacks has been the subject of much debate.  Immediately after […]

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Debate Left, 9/25

It’s not just about the video By Rana Odeh “In Libya, to speak of a protest is misleading. The assault in which U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens died was probably a coordinated, complex undertaking by an organized militant group, perhaps in concert with al-Qaeda’s North African affiliate. It represents broader Libyan opinion no more than Anders […]

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Debate Right, 9/25

The big lies never end by Mark Luedtke Since Sept. 11, 2012, when Muslims attacked the U.S. embassy in Cairo and the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, government officials and the press have blamed the attacks on some crappy YouTube movie that slanders the Prophet Muhammad and Muslims in general. There are so many Big Lies […]

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Fixing the fix

Voter redistricting issue lives on By A.J. Wagner The Supreme Court of Ohio consists of six Republican justices and one Democrat. The court has often been reliable for holding true to Republican views. Yet, in Voters First v. Ohio Ballot Board, five of the Republican Ohio Supreme Court justices essentially called Ohio’s Republican Secretary of […]

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Debate Center, 9/18

Chicago Teachers Go On Strike A week ago from yesterday, 25,000 Chicago teachers (average salary: $76,000 before benefits) walked out of their classrooms, leaving nearly 350,000 schoolchildren and their parents with no school. The Chicago teachers union decided Sunday to continue its weeklong strike, extending the standoff with Mayor Rahm Emanuel. The teachers are fighting […]

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Waste not

The Plastic World of Mary Ellen Croteau By Shayna V. McConville Photo: Mary Ellen Croteau, “Endless Columns,” plastic bottle caps […]

The art of organization

Yellow Springs Artist Studio Tour & Sale returns By Alyssa Reck Photo: Elaine Lamb of Mud Mothers Pottery will showcase […]

On not getting by in Dayton

The long-term effects of poverty By A.J. Wagner I have been penning “Law and Disorder” for the Dayton City Paper […]

News of the weird 10/14

By Chuck Shepherd Lead Story – Bionic shoes Police in Japan’s Kyoto Prefecture raided a shoe manufacturer in July and […]

Advice Goddess: 10/14

By Amy Alkon Fasten your Bible belt My boyfriend and I are spending Christmas with his family. I like them […]

Advice Goddess

By Amy Alkon Heavy meddle Is it okay to keep your income a secret from someone you’re dating? I recently […]