Opinion

Stephen Chapman

We knew we had won World War II when the Japanese signed surrender documents on the USS Missouri.... More

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James Kilpatrick

A long time ago, in a place far away, a free-spirited schoolboy attempted to exercise his rights... More

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Thomas Sowell

Recently one of those increasingly familiar New York Times editorial disguised as news stories... More

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Todd Helberg column

The recent Muslim flap over Pope Benedict XVIs accurate comments about Islam only proves the... More

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Jeff Ortega

COLUMBUS Six years ago, Republican Mike DeWine handily beat Democrat Ted Celeste in his first... More

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George Will

In this autumn of their discontent, Republicans tremble as November nears. But now comes yet... More

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Letters to the Editor

America has an ignorance problem The United States did not invade Iraq because someone in the... More

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Cal Thomas

Had it been a small group of liberals rather than conservative writers meeting with President... More

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Dale McFeatters column

Now they tell me. About a half-century too late. Homework is unnecessary for elementary-school... More

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Sunday edit

Editorial Things have gotten really serious about building Defiances reservoir now that a... More

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Cal Thomas

Make your selection: President Bush needlessly took us into an unwinnable war in Iraq based on... More

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Martin Schram

In the category of how Washington really works and often doesnt it is important to note just... More

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Stephen Chapman

If Patrick Fitzgerald became a prosecutor to make friends and soak up applause, he made a very... More

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James Kilpatrick

On the Fourth of July in 2002, John Gilmore set out to fly from the West Coast to Washington,... More

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Todd Helberg column

Many were wondering whether Republican gubernatorial candidate J. Kenneth Blackwell would make it... More

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George Will

Before the dust from the collapsed towers had settled, conventional wisdom had congealed:... More

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Jeff Ortega

COLUMBUS Last weeks debate between gubernatorial candidates J. Kenneth Blackwell and Ted... More

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Letters to the Editor

Many terrorists are indeed fascists In Jack Palmers Sept. 10 column, he objected to the term... More

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Cal Thomas

How does one measure progress in a type of war we have never fought before, a war with no rules... More

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George Will column

TOKYO Longevity is a blessing, but the Japanese live inconveniently long lives. Inconvenient,... More

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Sunday edit

Editorial Five years ago Monday, Americans will remember a day which could or should live in as... More

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Sunday letters

Defiance has talent Tradition for me is to call a friend after ever race Sam Hornish Jr. wins and... More

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Cal Thomas

Congress returned to town this week for an abbreviated session. One doesnt need to be psychic to... More

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Martin Schram

It is time for some straight talk about the latest incendiary missiles the U.S. high command is... More

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