Our Opinion | November 25, 2014
Help wanted: Leader able to crush Islamic caliphate
White House insiders say Chuck Hagel’s departure as defense secretary signifies a change of direction for President Barack Obama’s national security team.
Our Opinion | November 24, 2014
Price spikes for generic drugs deserve congressional attention
The contentious health care reform legislation passed in 2010 focused on expanding access to health insurance and on lowering health care costs. Cost control was crucial, because health care costs had been rising at rates faster than overall inflation for a decade or more.
Our Opinion | November 22, 2014
Cheers & Jeers ...
Cheers to the teachers and students at Seneca Valley schools for putting a new twist on a lesson in charity: They produced some of the foods — and the dishes — for a recent soup dinner benefit.
Our Opinion | November 21, 2014
Obama picked TV audience for address on immigration
There were four distinct audience groups Thursday night when President Barack Obama delivered a prime-time address about immigration policy and his go-it-along program to reform it.
Our Opinion | November 20, 2014
It’s reasonable to consider county staff cuts altogether
Maybe it’s because we’re in the midst of budget season; maybe we’re just impatient. But there’s merit in Butler County Controller Ben Holland’s contention that a county staff-cutting plan to adjust for the sale of the Sunnyview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center should be comprehensive.