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Conspiracy Theorist

Free the Great Miami River by Mark Luedtke Dayton’s central planners are at it again. They want us to hand them $4 million to take out the killer dam on the river and replace it with manufactured whitewater structures. They want us to believe that this, like Harry Potter waving his wand, will suddenly make […]

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Health, wellness and fitness

Get smart about herbal supplements By Michael Roizen, M.D., AND Mehmet Oz, M.D. A seemingly endless array of herbal supplements fills the shelves of drugstores, supermarkets, health-food stores and even gas-station quick marts. The appetite for these “alternative cures” has created a $5.2 billion market for everything from aloe vera to Zingiber officinale (that’s ginger). […]

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Health, wellness and fitness

Safety plan for an environmental crisis By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D. Got a plan for staying safe if an environmental disaster strikes your town? This summer’s string of toxic emergencies — a refinery fire in California, a chemical blaze in a Baltimore train tunnel, explosions at a PCB-riddled New York recycling company […]

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Law & Disorder

The Courting of the Constitution Who’s in Charge Here? By A.J. Wagner It is troubling to me, as a former judge and an attorney, when I hear politicians say they will ignore the Constitution or not abide by its terms. During the Republican primary campaign, Newt Gingrich said he would ignore the Supreme Court if […]

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Conspiracy Theorist

Unions Crashing American Airlines by Mark Luedtke Here’s a story you probably haven’t heard about. Customers all around the country are avoiding American Airlines. Wall Street Journal travel blogger Scott McCartney advises, “If you’re making travel plans for this fall, avoid American Airlines. American has become too unreliable. … American’s operation is in shambles. On […]

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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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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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Constitutional?

If you say so By A.J. Wagner Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R-Md.) suggested a few weeks ago that federally-issued student loans were unconstitutional. He also said that disregarding the Constitution could lead down a “slippery slope” and cited the Holocaust as an example of what could happen when a country heads down a wrong path. At […]

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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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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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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; […]

Meet the artist

Abby Rose Maurer on lines, light and the movement of drunk people By Eva Buttacavoli Photo: Artist Abby Rose Maurer in […]

Addressing dress

Decked Out! explores culture through costume and adornment By Susan Byrnes Photo: Visitors to the Experiencenter look through a zoetrope, which […]