Politics, without being too political

Politics, without being too political

The GOP has taken over Cleveland. In a few weeks, the Democrats will take over Philadelphia. Everyone is talking politics. In my private life, I...

July 20th, 2016 updated: July 20th, 2016. |  


It’s time to update digital privacy laws

Thirty years ago, there was no World Wide Web, almost no one had a cell phone and finding information required tedious manual searches at a library us...

April 27th, 2016 |  


Celebrating Women’s History Month

Celebrating Women’s History Month

Throughout this Women’s History Month, we celebrate the women in Ohio and across our nation who have shaped the course of our history, and worke...

April 3rd, 2016 |  



Baseball: Galion looks to be a ‘young team’ this season

Baseball: Galion looks to be a ‘young team’ this season

Like any other Ohio high school baseball program the Galion Tigers set lofty preseason goals.With five returning starters, only four seniors, from a t...

March 24th, 2016 |  


Thomas Lucente: Political discourse in sorry state

Thomas Lucente: Political discourse in sorry state

Between Aug. 21, 1858, and Oct. 15, 1858, U.S. Sen. Stephen A. Douglas, D-Ill., met Republican challenger Abraham Lincoln in a series of seven debates...

March 20th, 2016 |  


Trump racist? It’s playbook time

Trump racist? It’s playbook time

It was startling when Republicans Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and John Kasich all sided with Democrats Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Rachel Maddow, lefti...

March 14th, 2016 |  


Thomas Lucente: Trump is the problem, not the answer

Thomas Lucente: Trump is the problem, not the answer

As someone who usually votes for the Libertarian Party candidate, the idea that Donald Trump could actually win the Republican Party nomination should...

March 6th, 2016 |  


Discovery and privilege

Discovery and privilege

If you live around Cuyahoga County, you may be familiar with the “Sweepstakes Club,” a couple of Internet sweepstakes cafés owned by ...

February 20th, 2016 |  


Jurisdiction decided

Jurisdiction decided

In 2013, Emmanuel Elder found himself in court on two separate criminal cases. In the first case, Elder was convicted after his ex-fiancé filed a...

February 17th, 2016 |  


David Hejmanowski: A not-so-subtle message

David Hejmanowski: A not-so-subtle message

“If there were no revising authority to control these jarring and discordant judgments and harmonize them into uniformity, the laws, the treatie...

February 15th, 2016 |