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Social Security debate rages back after lying dormant for 40 years

BY: - February 22, 2023

If it seems that the issue of Social Security reform roared back into our living rooms this past week after lying dormant for a long time, that perception is pretty close to reality.  The last time this country made major changes to Social Security policy was forty years ago, in 1983. Coming out of the […]


Columbus statues are coming down – why he is so offensive to Native Americans

BY: - October 12, 2020

Over the summer, statues of Christopher Columbus have been beheaded, covered with red paint, lassoed around the head and pulled down, set on fire and thrown into a lake. Many of these protests have been led by Native American activists. But other statues have been defended by people with guns. A statue of Columbus in […]

History Thursday: When the 1912 presidential election ran through one Ohio town

BY: - August 13, 2020

The travelers came into town on horse-drawn wagons, each person elegantly dressed for a stately presidential campaign stop. Then the barrels of hard cider were brought out, and the whole town got drunk. Indeed, nobody threw a party like the campaign of William Henry Harrison. The year was 1840, and hundreds of Bellevue residents reveled […]

DeWine’s reopening plan and other various and sundry news items

BY: - April 28, 2020

Each day in our newsletter, we are highlighting stories and commentary from other media big and small throughout Ohio and the nation. If you’d like to get this feature directly to your inbox, please sign up for our newsletter here.  Catching Our Eye: Reopening. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine released his plan Monday for reopening Ohio in […]