Tag Archives: opinion

On the beat: 06/23

My luck without women By Jim Bucher So, my assignment this week is answering a question: In all your years on the beat as Dayton’s TV guy, have you been approached by women who were more than a bit romantically interested? Well, that’s a bit personal isn’t it? And, certainly, if something did happen, I would […]

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Debate Forum: 06/23

Forum Center: There’s a pill for that Women may soon have pharmaceutical arousal option By Sarah Sidlow A little pink pill? Ladies, we may just be one step closer. Last week, a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advisory committee approved a pharmaceutical called flibanserin, a drug designed by Sprout Pharmaceuticals to boost the low sexual desire […]

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On the beat: 06/16

Some weird moments with Weird Al By Jim Bucher Photo: Weird Al Yankovic will perform Sunday at Fraze Pavilion A few weeks ago, I was perusing the TV dial — wait who says “dial” anymore? OK, I was scanning the 350 satellite channels and ended up watching the umpteenth version of the Odd Couple with […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 06/16

Rand Paul versus NSA NSA runs the government, not Paul By Mark Luedtke Depending on their viewpoint, many consider Rand Paul either a hero or traitor because he supposedly shut down NSA’s (National Security Agency) bulk spying on Americans for two days. This bombastic praise from libertarian Justin Raimondo is typical of the first. “By […]

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Debate Forum: 06/16

Forum Center: Butt out FDA considers e-cig regulation By Sarah Sidlow Vapes are so hot right now. Particularly popular among teenagers and young adults, these sweet-scented solo- smoke machines are creating a buzz because of their cleaner-than-tobacco profile, their purported smoking-cessation benefits, and because they’re just damn cool. The vapor pens, or e-cigarettes, often filled […]

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Conspiracy Theorist: 6/9

Obama escalates war By Mark Luedtke Obama’s war on ISIS has been a sham from the beginning. U.S. and allied rulers created ISIS. They don’t want to destroy it. U.S. rulers have long had a secret plan to split Iraq into three sectarian pieces. Credit Joe Biden for having the guts to advocate the plan […]

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On the beat: 06/09

Mattress madness By Jim Bucher This is one of those stories that will leave you thinking, “Where’s the fun-loving Buch from his TV days?” Well, that Buch is still here, sort of, but occasionally the old man rant slips out—and who can blame me? If you’ve read my articles, you know I love this region, […]

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Debate Forum: 06/09

Circumcision indecision Florida mom not allowed to change her mind By Sarah Sidlow Illustration: Jed Helmers In what will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the most cringeworthy court cases in recent history, Heather Hironimus has finally, begrudgingly signed a legal document agreeing to have her 4-year-old son, Chase, circumcised. Her signature marks the end of […]

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‘Out’ on the beat: 06/02

By Jim Bucher Way back in 1977 when I graduated high school, being gay was a no-no. Can you imagine the scorn and ridicule in that earlier time? Well, we knew who was and who wasn’t, or who was suspected of being, but it was never revealed. Cut to today’s high school atmosphere and you […]

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Debate Forum: 06/02

Forum Center: When you gotta go… State legislators weigh sexual identity and bathrooms By Sarah Sidlow Because elected officials don’t have enough to worry about these days, a handful of states have taken to arguing over where you are allowed—or not allowed—to go to the bathroom, particularly if you happen to be a transgender person. Florida’s […]

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Advice Goddess: 6/23

By Amy Alkon Rise And Spine My fiancé is good friends with his ex-girlfriend from college. (We’re all in our […]

30 feet of Abe

Lincoln’s legacy lives on in Troy By John Hamilton Photo: A monumental “Modern Man” discusses the Gettysburg Address with a […]

The Docket: 6/23

Dayton’s police blotter, reported verbatim Researched and reported by Amanda Dee Subtlety is an art Dayton Police were monitoring a […]

Chew on this: 6/23

Breakfast (lunch and dinner) for bed By Jayne Powers Whether or not certain foods possess the power to spice up […]

News of the weird: 06/23

 By Chuck Shepherd Living Small Apartment buyers in ridiculously expensive Hong Kong are now eagerly paying up to the equivalent […]

Chew on this: 06/16

Protein and your bones By Jayne Powers Learning what people eat can be great food for thought. When presenting information […]