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EPA makes everyone pay for their mistakes, except the EPA

August 13, 2015 A coal company guilty of releasing 3 million gallons of mine wastewater into a river would be in deep trouble with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. more »»

Schumer’s stand should make it easier for other Dems to follow

August 12, 2015 U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has been a staunch supporter of President Barack Obama on most matters. more »»

Budget stalemate heading toward further fiscal irresponsibility

August 10, 2015 A recent Associated Press news analysis began by saying that "for the third time in a dozen years, counties and nonprofit agencies that make up Pennsylvania's social services safety net are girding... more »»

Those who try to rewrite nuclear history are doomed to repeat it

August 8, 2015 No human being with an ounce of compassion in his or her soul would deny that what happened 70 years ago this week — the only hostile use of atomic bombs in history — was a horrible event. more »»

Obama’s original power plan was bad; his new one is simply foolhardy

August 7, 2015 During the past couple of years, Americans worried about how they will pay their electric bills in the future have had one consolation: natural gas. more »»

Court needs to act quickly to limit damage done by new EPA plan

August 6, 2015 President Barack Obama must have gotten a good laugh out of a federal court decision less than two months ago. Timing is everything, Obama may have chuckled. more »»

Blaming Americans won’t save African animal populations

August 5, 2015 Cecil, the lion killed illegally in Zimbabwe by an American dentist, will not have died in vain if what happened to him draws attention to the threat of extinction of his kind. more »»

Kasich foreign policy, while not perfect, can’t be any worse than Obama’s

August 4, 2015 Part of Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s campaign for president has involved outlining his foreign policy philosopy. more »»

Arming those who serve wherever they work is common sense

August 3, 2015 It is impossible to say how many members of the armed services would have survived attacks on them during the past few years had they been, well, armed. more »»

Personal safety is also a matter of personal responsibility

August 1, 2015 Joshua Newell is lucky his stupidity only cost him $200 instead of an arm or a leg. A certain percentage of idiots like Newell, 35, of Gahanna, Ohio, always have been part of the human race. more »»

Action must be taken to save endangered species

July 31, 2015 An ongoing environmental disaster has not received appropriate attention from world leaders, including both Republican and Democrat presidents and members of Congress in the United States. more »»

N. Korea could be preview of Iran

July 30, 2015 A preview of one potential scenario for a Middle East including a nuclear-armed Iran is being provided just a few time zones away, in North Korea. There, U.S. more »»

Open Line

July 30, 2015 Editor’s note: Comments published in the Open Line reflect the views of the caller, and not The Sentinel. more »»

If miners union supports Clinton, it’s voting for its industry’s demise

July 29, 2015 At the top of the agenda for the United Mine Workers of America’s 125th anniversary convention this week ought to be a vow not to get fooled agai. more »»

Wage hike for fast food workers will lead to fewer fast food workers

July 28, 2015 It is likely that soon, thousands of fast-food restaurant workers in New York will have a personal understanding of the warning, “Be careful what you wish for. You may get it. more »»

Kasich a candidate worth considering

July 27, 2015 For too long, the economy has been the political playground of presidents — of both parties — and many members of Congress. Ohio Gov. more »»

Attack in Chattanooga proves US lacks defense against ‘lone wolf’

July 25, 2015 Islamic terrorists in the Middle East may not have an armada of drone aircraft at their disposal, but they kill by remote control just as effectively — perhaps more so — as the U.S. military. more »»

Killing coal is the first step down a slippery slope for the EPA

July 24, 2015 Coal miners and Americans worried about higher electric bills may be wondering when the Environmental Protection Agency will run out of ideas to drive the cost of coal-fired power up. more »»

Trump’s remark about McCain shows he just doesn’t get it

July 23, 2015 It is unlikely Donald Trump remembers what he was doing on Oct. 26, 1967. He was a student at the prestigious Wharton School of Finance, not having to worry about being drafted for the Vietnam War. more »»

Lawmakers are experts at costing us more without ‘raising taxes’

July 22, 2015 If you happen to be a politician wondering why most people have lost all confidence and faith in you, consider this: Members of the House of Representatives were scrambling Wednesday to find about... more »»

 
 
 

 

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