Taking back the border between USA and Mexico

Taking back the border Trump’s election has made it possible Donald Trump may have shocked the world when he was elected president of the United States, but Latino voters proved to be an even bigger surprise. Election Day exit polling showed that Mr. Trump gained 2 percent more...

The national infrastructure dilemma

The national infrastructure dilemma It may fail spectacularly if environmental regulations aren’t reformed first President-elect Donald Trump has proposed as one of his legislative priorities a $1 trillion national infrastructure program (“Trump’s infrastructure...

The liberal romance with Fidel Castro

The left shows sympathy for Fidel Castro The left shows sympathy for brutal Cuban dictator and a would-be mass murderer at Ohio State There appears to be an awful lot of sympathy for the devil out there these days. The death of Fidel Castro, a mass murderer masquerading as a...

Trumping the ivy walls

Academia must face up to subversive practices After parallel careers in the military and higher education, I believe our recent campus unrest reflects a lethal combination of bad parenting and leftist indoctrination thinly disguised as teaching. Raised on participation trophies...

Donald Trump’s election a blow to the self-important elite

A blow to the self-important elite The Trump win exposed the Clinton corruption that earned wide voter contempt There were a lot of losers in this election, well beyond Hillary Clinton and the smug, incompetent pollsters and know-it-all, groupthink pundits who embarrassed...

Editorial: Look beyond safety forces for fixing financial woes

It happens every year. The annual city budget comes up for approval and talk turns to cutting safety forces. Compounding the problem this year is the absence of a $1.2 million SAFER (Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response) grant the city of Fostoria has already...

The hidden geopolitics of fracking

The geopolitics of fracking Events in the United States occurring during the past two weeks promise to shake up global energy markets and undermine Russian power, unless President Obama or Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton further attempt to prop up Russian...

Here’s to the bride and groom

By BRIAN BOHNERT SENIOR STAFF WRITER Your childhood friend is getting married, and he’s asked you to be his best man. So now what? You’ve coordinated the groomsmen, paid for the tux, taken care of all travel arrangements, and you’ve even planned one last night...

Hillary Clinton’s solar energy baloney

Hillary Clinton’s solar energy baloney One of Hillary Clinton’s wackier ideas is to build half a million solar panels – at taxpayer expense. It would be one of the largest corporate welfare giveaways in American history. The Institute for Energy Research (IER)...

Eight examples where ‘fact-checking’ became opinion journalism

Eight examples where ‘fact-checking’ became opinion journalism The media coverage on the presidential contest seems to have come down to “fact-checking,” with The New York Times, The Washington Post and Politico each doing articles depicting Donald...