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Conspiracy Theorist

Kidnapped schoolgirls used as political pawns By Mark Luedtke The news is filled with outrage of the kidnapping of hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls by an Islamic terrorist group called Boko Haram. On cue, President Obama’s underpaid women howled with rage.  “Howls of fury erupted from leftist women’s groups in the U.S., and from President Barack […]

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Caroline Shannon-Karasik’s AfterGlo

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What’s the deal with gluten? By Caroline Shannon-Karasik These days, it’s hard to pick up a newspaper, turn on the television or surf the Web without seeing a mention of two little words: gluten-free. But the truth is, while there is more information out there than ever, the wealth of knowledge has also caused a […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

Climate of lies By Mark Luedtke The temperature record shows Earth’s climate has not warmed for 17 years and eight months, but the global warming frauds never give up. A headline in The Guardian blared, “Western Antarctic Ice Sheet Collapse Has Already Begun.” Since most people don’t read further than the headline, that sounds scary. […]

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Caroline Shannon-Karasik’s AfterGlo

Effort-free and healthy By Caroline Shannon-Karasik One of the top questions I get when I speak at health conferences and workshops is, “But how do you have time to make healthy food all of the time?” Sure, sometimes the “I don’t have time” excuse is exactly that – an excuse. The truth is, there really isn’t […]

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Commentary Forum 05/20

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Over the limit? By Alex Culpepper Illustration: Jed Helmers Dogfish Head 120 Minute IPA is an interesting and distinctive beer. First of all, the brewing process requires a tremendous amount of hops to make it. It’s not produced in large amounts, and it allegedly ages well, like wine. This beer is also 20 percent alcohol, […]

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On the beat

Attention deficit … wait, what was I saying? By Jim Bucher ed, chances are I have it. Heck, I made a career out of it during my on-air days as a news reporter on local TV. I’m told it’s a good sign – that we who have it are creative thinkers; our minds are always […]

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On the beat

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Stand by, in three … two … one … cue awards! By Jim Bucher Photo: Members of the Ponitz Career Technology Center team accepting their national first place award I don’t know about you guys out there in Dayton City Paper land, but it seems like public schools around the country sure do get their fair […]

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Commentary Forum: 05/13

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Forum Center: The smartphone may be the new home By Alex Culpepper Illustration: Jed Helmers An old saying tells us a person’s home is his or her castle. A 21st century version of that saying might become something like this: a person’s home, and smartphone, are his or her castles. It all depends on what ruling […]

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Caroline Shannon-Karasik’s AfterGlo

Gluten-free kitchen gadgets By Caroline Shannon-Karasik Be honest: Each one of us has been witness – and victim – to a few good television promos. Vitamins that make your skin soft as a baby’s bottom, a slice-and-dice kitchen tool that would make Edward Scissorhands drool and core shaping gizmos that promise to give you ripped abs […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

The U.S. disease-care system By Mark Luedtke People frequently claim the U.S. has the best health care system in the world, but the data says otherwise. According to United Press International, “Switzerland leads a study of 34 nations for life expectancy at 82.8 years, followed by Japan at 82.7, Italy at 82.7, Spain at 82.7 […]

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Law & Disorder: 4/25

Broken brandy bottle A family left for church in the morning. When they returned, they noticed their motion-sensor alarm system […]