I've always loved science fiction, so it got my attention when NASA astronaut Garrett Reisman -- describing his three-month trip to the International Space Station this summer -- talked about switching on his iPod to play "Blue Danu
We've been experimenting with political features for a couple of years on our Web site, trying to find a good way to help voters make their election decisions.
Governor Ted Strickland is hosting a series of education forums in Ohio to prepare the way for his education reform plan, which he's going to announce next year.
None of the forums are in the Sandusky area, but there's one Wednesday in Toledo, so I'm passing on the details to you here.
A Zogby International poll released Aug. 22 showed Libertarian Bob Barr is drawing support from 8 percent of the Ohio's voters.
Yesterday, I explained why I don't buy the theory that most white voters are a bunch of racists.
But what about black voters? Do they automatically line up behind the black candidate?
In yesterday's blog, I challenged as simplistic Jacob Weisberg's Slate article claiming that if Sen. Barack Obama loses the fall election, it will only be because he's black.
Jacob Weisberg at Slate magazine has a provocative piece arguing that if Barack Obama loses the fall election, racism is the only factor that could explain the loss.
It's a funny thing about opinions: Sometimes they are wrong.
Local students who want to attend Saturday's concert of the Firelands Symphony Orchestra are being offered free tickets.
Think the Republican selection of Sarah Palin hasn't shaken up the political world?
See if you can guess who wrote this column saying that an ambitious woman politician with family issues ought to stay home and take care of the kids:
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