Warren Harding, a native of Marion, Ohio, who was the country's leader 1921 to 1923, usually is not considered a great president.
One of our regular columnists, Rufus Sanders, had a piece in the Monday paper, "Zimmerman will walk." Pastor Sanders argues George Zimmerman will escape punishment in the killing of Trayvon Martin when his Florida trial is over.
I've been interested in history for a long time. So as I commute to work from the Cleveland area, I've been listening to lectures by Yale professor Paul H.
THIS WEEK'S VILLAIN: Barack Obama.
HIS HORRIBLE ACTION: Wrote about eating dog meat as a child.
Book readers and the folks who cater to them are getting stirred up about the controversial decision not to award a Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
I listen to all kinds of music, but rap is not my main genre. Yet recently as I drive around, I have been listening to rap albums from artists such as King Pheenix.
THIS WEEK'S VILLAIN: Democratic Party spokeswoman Hilary Rosen.
HER HORRIBLE STATEMENT: "Guess what, his wife has actually never worked a day in her life." (Referring to Ann Romney, Mitt's wife and mother of five.)
With Mitt Romney all but anointed as the GOP nominee for president, the only remaining question is who the GOP vice presidential candidate will be.
Two pundits claim they have the answer: Ohio's junior U.S. senator, Rob Portman.
Ohio's attorney general, Mike DeWine, has joined 15 other states in a lawsuit against Apple computers and several book publishers in an effort to force down the price of electronic books.
Sometimes I miss the good old days, when newspaper reporters felt they had to at least try to hide their political bias. Many times nowadays they don't even try.
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