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Good white men

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America, we have a crisis!

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Men are not victims in the #MeToo movement

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Pre-existing conditions are no danger to society

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We must get back to one America

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Where is the male in America’s future?

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The war between cultures of life and death

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Due process and the presumption of innocence

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Challenge Day: Be the change

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Guilty until proven innocent?

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Out of control politics

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The five conditions of poverty

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Strongsville's Victor Gonyea thinks we should all be "Pro-choice prior to conception."

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Wadsworth's John Grom wishes voters could reader the warning labels in his guest column "Voter warnings."

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Strongsville's Jeff Sipos comments on the state of sports in his column "Respect, and the lack thereof."

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Fallacy of trade deficits

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Strongsville's Norm Beznoska Jr. explains what "Democrats forgot to tell us" in his guest column.

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Rand Lennox hits all the hot-button topics in his column, "Random thoughts."

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Rosemary Bunt wonders why we segregate ourselves in her column, "Creation."

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Middle America, you are next

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Trump, tariffs and teats

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Architects who used stone and mind

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Does bigotry dominate our political discourse?

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The gospel and social media

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The tale of the electric bikes

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April Hudson of Sullivan wonders if "Birds are for nerds?"

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The Constitution is a timeless gift

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Medina's Mark Shupe thinks communism has simply been rebranded as liberalism and progressivism.

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Help yourself feel better and healthier

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Judy leaned over to kiss Jimmy, 7, and Jeannie, 4, good night. She followed up with her nightly admonition to not get out of bed except to use the bathroom and then to get right back in bed. Jimmy complained, “Why do I have to go to bed when the sun is still shining?” Judy smiled and explain…

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Strongsville's Rand T. Lennox thinks "School shootings: you reap what you sow."

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Noah Nicolson believes all violent tragedies occur because we are no longer taught that life is infinitely valuable.

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Hinckley's John Horne thinks we need to "Face reality and stop school shootings now."

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In this time of turmoil, heartbreak and pain, Julie Butler offers "A little applause for schools."

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Poet Irma Withani supports firearm protection in today's schools.

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Rosemary Bunt recalls "And it all began with the invention of the transistor..."

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Norm Beznsoka believes America's morals and ethics are declining, as he asks "Why is it that..."

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When race comes into play, Charles Kerr thinks the government is putting teachers in harm's way by preventing school districts from handling potentially dangerous students.

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Mark Shupe, of Medina, explains "Trump's improbable victory and what led to it" in this week's guest column.

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As we begin the new year, we have passed the halfway point for the 132nd General Assembly, the two-year cycle for introducing and enacting new legislation. As I look back at the past 12 months, I am proud that my colleagues and I have worked to keep our commitments to the people of our great state.

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Brunswick's Rosemary Bunt believes a good parent prepares their offspring for all aspects of life.

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Linda K. Schneider of the Medina County Soil and Water Conservation District encourages "New year's resolutions for conservation."

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Common sense immigration

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Brunswick's Irma Withani examines sexual predators by turning history on its head in her column, "Predators in power."

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Rand T. Lennox thinks reasonable folks must set emotions aside in his column, "Making sense of scandal."

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Wadsworth Township resident, Terry Stuhldreher, discusses Ohio's recent passing of the law concerning opioids and many other controlled substances and how it is affecting doctors in our state.

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Mark Overholt shares his thoughts on tax reform in this week's guest column.

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Scott Schulte thinks we need to stop worrying about federal deficits and "Make it rain! Money, that is..."

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Brunswick's Rosemary Bunt believes when it comes to athletes' political opinions on the field, they should stick to the playbook.

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