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Conspiracy Theorist

More government failure, more deaths  By Mark Luedtke Americans were riveted to the spectacle of terrorist bombings near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, April 15. The athletes who had just finished running 26.2 miles who then rushed into the stands to save the wounded and after that donated blood to save […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

American prohibitionists cause civil war in Mexico By Mark Luedtke Dr. Joseph Mercola calls sugar just as addictive as alcohol and more dangerous. But nobody kills over sugar. If somebody wants a sugar fix, they drink a soda or buy a candy bar. Problem solved. But imagine if the government banned sugar. Actually, we don’t […]

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Law and Disorder

If at first you don’t succeed, stop: Taking litigation too far By A.J. Wagner Every once in a while, there appears before a court someone who can’t take “No” for an answer. Or, sometimes there are individuals who sue everyone for everything regardless of the lack of merit of their claim. These are called vexatious […]

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Health, Wellness and Fitness

Drug free arthritis relief By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D. If you’re one of the 50 million North Americans living with nagging arthritis pain, don’t be discouraged by recent news about treatment duds and dangers. Plenty of safe, proven ache-easers can keep you off the sidelines and may eliminate or reduce your dependence […]

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Debate Forum, 4/16

Debate Forum Center: Facebook posting can make you liable for libel By Alex Culpepper For the most part, Facebook is a place where users promote themselves, share what they’re doing at the present moment or maybe what they did the previous night and generally write about anything from the mundane to the sublime. It is […]

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Law and Disorder

Spring. Finally: Time to review bicycle laws in Dayton  By A.J. Wagner It is time to pull the bike off the hooks in the garage, inflate the tires, check the chains, test the gears and the spokes and get out on the road. Last year, while I was riding leisurely down the street, a driver passed […]

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Debate Forum, 4/9

Debate Forum Center: Genuine product protection or seedy backroom deal?  By Alex Culpepper The recent passage of the measure to prevent a government shutdown allows U.S. lawmakers to step back and exhale for a moment. On March 26, President Obama signed H.R. 933, and with it comes funding to keep the government operational through September. This […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

Is it autism or is it government schools? By Mark Luedtke The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) justifies its existence by scaring people about diseases. The latest scary story is that one in 50 school children suffers from autism. This contradicts an earlier government study claiming one in 88 was autistic. That would be very […]

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Health, Wellness and Fitness

6 ways to break out of a bad mood, fast  By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D.  What do when you’re in a funk? Overeat? Sleep too much or not enough? Snap at your loved ones? Mess up at work? Well, at least you’re not alone with your blues: A whopping 49 percent of people […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

Theory of catastrophic anthropogenic global warming falsified By Mark Luedtke Back in 2000, Charles Onians wrote in The Independent, “However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr. David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of […]

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Advice Goddess: 8/25

By Amy Alkon   A Force To Be Reckoned Whiff  My new boyfriend travels a lot for work. Before he […]

Chew On This: 08/25

More than a study’s findings about soda By Jayne Powers Food pairings have earned their reputations: bread and butter, wine […]

Worth your salt

What the F&%$ do you know about salt? By Paula Johnson Photo: A wide variety of finishing salts, which add […]

News of the weird: 08/25

By Chuck Shepherd Pets of the 1 Percent “The worshipful treatment of pets may be the thing that unites all […]

A taste of something local

Taste of Troy spotlights local eateries By Katie Christoff Photo: Taste of Troy takes place Sept. 19 in Downtown Troy; […]

25 years, 25,000 acres

Tecumseh Land Trust, local artists partner in natural landscapes exhibition By Tara Pettit Photo: Steven Walker, The Other Side of […]