Little doubt exists that a deficiency of manpower and material resources led to the South’s defeat. Though playing against a stacked deck, the Confederacy, especially with economic decisions, on occasional willingly tossed away valuable face cards.
School choice. Doesn't that sound nice? It seems to ring of sounds we all hold dear: liberty, equality and the pursuit of excellence in education. The sad truth is, however, that Ohio's charter schools are a mess.
Reminiscing a little of my days of youth, I can recall one of those not so favorable times when my two younger brothers and I were given the character building task by my dad of planting a huge garden. At least, it was a mountain of a chore to us, particularly the charge we had of hoeing out the
The newsroom has been on the third floor of the Register building since 1918. The first floor has been occupied by advertising and circulation. Circulation is staying put, but advertising and the newsroom are trading places.