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Security, privacy cannot be assured

June 18, 2013 Government officials’ reactions to revelations the privacy of millions of Americans has been invaded would be laughable were the situation not so serious. more »»

Security/privacy debate hinges on trust

June 17, 2013 Last week’s online poll question — Which is more important to you, security or privacy? — found views rather evenly divided. That’s not surprising. more »»

Broader tax might not get broader support

June 14, 2013 Seneca County Commissioner Fred Zoeller said after he realized the $5 tax he sought for vehicle registrations wouldn’t be paid by everyone in the county, he dropped the proposal. more »»

Summer vacation is here; keep an eye on children

June 13, 2013 The sound of children yelling and playing is filling the air as the school year has ended and swimming pools reopen. more »»

Change to keep up with drug dealers

June 11, 2013 When it comes to innovation and responsiveness to consumers, the private sector almost always does a better job than government. Normally, that’s fine. more »»

Secret email addresses threaten FOI Act

June 10, 2013 Lots of people use more than one email address, for very good reasons. People who use email at work usually maintain separate personal accounts, for example. more »»

Hats pff

June 8, 2013 Congrats, athletes We tip a hat to the 20 area high school students competing this weekend in the state track mee. more »»

Wasteful spending isn’t over till it ends

June 5, 2013 “Taxpayers should take comfort that a conference like this would not take place today,” assured acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Danny Werfel last week. more »»

Fourth strike should mean Gee’s out

June 4, 2013 Ohio State University is the state’s flagship institution of higher learning and research, respected throughout the nation. Its president, E. Gordon Gee, seems to be well-regarded among his peers. more »»

Approach to sexual assaults should change

June 3, 2013 Clearly, the U.S. armed forces approach to preventing sexual assaults is not working. A year ago, the Pentagon estimated about 19,000 members of the military had been sexually assaulted in 2011. more »»

Benghazi response is galling

May 31, 2013 President Barack Obama’s position on the terrorist attack last fall at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, is puzzling in the extreme. U.S. more »»

Aloha, plush trip

May 30, 2013 After a public outcry when the media reported some members of the School Employees Retirement System of Ohio were planning to attend a conference in Hawaii — on the public’s dime — those officials... more »»

Prosecute those who went too far at IRS

May 29, 2013 Whether the Internal Revenue Service broke the law in harassing conservative political groups “is irrelevant,” White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer told a reporter. more »»

Scandals edging closer to Obama

May 28, 2013 Among troubling aspects of the Internal Revenue Service scandal is that since it began making headlines, they have moved closer and closer to President Barack Obama. more »»

Do not allow IRS scandal to be swept under rug

May 24, 2013 Rest assured that if liberal political organizations had been harassed last year by the Internal Revenue Service, heads would have rolled on President Barack Obama’s orders. more »»

BWC should stick with plan on rebates

May 23, 2013 Tens of thousands of employers in Ohio may be sharing in a windfall of nearly $1.9 billion from state government. While about half of that is an initiative by Gov. more »»

Prepare for a tornado before it strikes

May 22, 2013 The editorial cartoon on today’s Opinion page is meant to illustrate the resiliency of those who live in areas ravaged by tornadoes Monday. more »»

Honda’s decision reflects its regard for Ohio

May 21, 2013 Beginning in 2015, enthusiast drivers all over the world will be enjoying a super-high performance car manufactured in Ohio. Honda Motor Co. more »»

Judicial elections should not be partisan

May 20, 2013 Judges and state appellate court justices should be selected without regard to political party affiliation. Ohio has it half right in that respect — but needs to finish the jo. more »»

Hope for best, plan for worst

May 18, 2013 While members of Congress continue to struggle in reacting to the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary, closer to home, experts are helping educators and administrators prepare to handle similar... more »»

 
 

 

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