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Storm profiteers exaggerate Hurricane Sandy by Mark Luedtke There’s no doubt that Hurricane Sandy caused a lot of damage in the New Jersey and New York City areas. As of this writing, 63 people are reported killed in the U.S., and 8.2 million households and businesses are without power. Entire neighborhoods have been inundated and […]

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Law and Disorder

The Ugly Duckling A Tale With No Moral(s) By A.J. Wagner There is an old cheerleader cry that I never heard on the football field but I often heard on a Cincinnati radio station in the eighties that went: C-U-T-E we’re as cute as we can be. We’re cute! We’re cute! U-G-L-Y you ain’t got […]

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Regulatory failure leads to meningitis outbreak by Mark Luedtke Thousands of Americans are terrified of a deadly, nationwide meningitis outbreak. The outbreak resulted from a prescription steroid that was contaminated with fungus.  Over 14,000 people have received potentially tainted steroid shots and are at risk. As of this writing, 24 people have been killed by […]

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Being Unconventional Taking Issue with Issue 1 By A.J. Wagner There’s a bit of a surprise on your voting ballot this fall. Even if you’ve paid attention to all of the election ads, and read all of the election coverage you can get your weary eyes on, you may have missed Issue 1, a vote […]

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Health, Wellness and Fitness

Hidden sugar shocker: fructose By Michael Roizen, M.D., and Mehmet Oz, M.D. If sour news about added fructose – the sugary menace that messes with your liver, boosts blood pressure and stiffens arteries – has you reading food nutrition labels to uncover where it’s hiding, you’ve got the right idea, but nutrition labels don’t make […]

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DHS preparing for massive civil war by Mark Luedtke You’ve probably heard about the riots in Greece and Spain. The debt crisis in the Eurozone metastasized into a currency crisis. The crisis in Spain is feeding both Basque and Catalonian independence movements. Economic turmoil in Europe is also feeding independence movements by the Scots and […]

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Law and Disorder

You can pick your friends At least that’s what they do in Russia By A.J. Wagner A perennial subject at election time is the question of why we elect judges. In Ohio, judicial candidates can hardly express an opinion beyond the promise of the fair and impartial administration of justice. They cannot tell you how […]

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Health, Wellness and Fitness

Six ways to tame the other blood fat By Michael Roizen, M.D., AND Mehmet Oz, M.D. Triglycer-WHAT? Long overshadowed by LDL — the lousy cholesterol — triglycerides are easy to overlook on your latest blood-test results, but getting to know this forgotten fat could protect your ticker and save your brain. The latest: One in […]

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We can work it out Mediation, not litigation By A.J. Wagner Two events caused a collision in my mind last week. Now, you get to suffer the consequences of the thinking that transpired in their wreckage. The first event was an article in the New York Times about tort reform, a favorite topic of conservatives […]

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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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Homegrown harmonies

National Sing-Off Live Tour in Troy By Tara Pettit Photo: Street Corner Symphony will perform at Hobart Arena as part of The […]

Chew on this: 2/24

Be your own nutrition sleuth By Jayne Powers Photo: Composer Jake Heggie; photo: Art Clarity You may have read the […]

News of the weird: 02/24

By Chuck Shepherd Lead story – Weird news you can use It turns out that a person having a heart […]

Advice Goddess: 2/24

By Amy Alkon Beak experience I recently started dating this new girl. I asked her whether her lips and boobs […]

Under the spell

Yellow Springs Theater Company stages “Godspell” By Gary Spencer Photo: Director Robert Campbell [standing, forefront] rehearses with Yellow Springs Theater […]

The Artsy Adventures of the JafaGirls

Just when you thought you had seen everything By Tor Gregory Simms Photo: Nancy Mellon and Corrine Bayraktaroglu; photo: Scott […]