David Trinko: Respecting the tale of a Christmas angel

David Trinko: Respecting the tale of a Christmas angel

It looked like a tacky aluminum foil angel, sitting atop the family Christmas tree year after year.Her right wing bent years before, and her face R...

December 3rd, 2016 updated: December 3rd, 2016. |  


Legal-Ease: Analyzing risks and taxes for best business entity

Legal-Ease: Analyzing risks and taxes for best business entity

Individual people in business seldom have all the components to start or maintain a business. For example, a certain person may have a business idea o...

December 3rd, 2016 |  


Kathleen Parker: No tears for Fidel

Kathleen Parker: No tears for Fidel

WASHINGTON — Sometimes history doesn’t have to wait to judge — and when it comes to dictators, even dead ones, we shouldn’t ei...

December 2nd, 2016 updated: December 2nd, 2016. |  


Lawrence S. Huffman: When the going gets tough

Lawrence S. Huffman: When the going gets tough

The most serious crime which I prosecuted in my career was the shooting death of Lima police officer William Brown on Jan. 5, 1974, by an 18-year-old ...

December 2nd, 2016 |  


Doyle McManus: Trump will have to build mandate by getting things done

Doyle McManus: Trump will have to build mandate by getting things done

It’s been a little over three weeks since Donald Trump won the presidential election, but he can’t stop stewing over the narrow result....

December 2nd, 2016 updated: December 2nd, 2016. |  


Lori Borgman: When the ants go marching in

Lori Borgman: When the ants go marching in

I was suspicious the first time I saw them. But I slapped on a happy face and agreed to give them a chance. Still, I wondered if they wouldn’t o...

December 1st, 2016 |  


George Will: Fidel Castro and dead utopianism

George Will: Fidel Castro and dead utopianism

With the end of Fidel Castro’s nasty life Friday, we can hope, if not reasonably expect, to have seen the last of charismatic totalitarians wors...

December 1st, 2016 |  


Noah Feldman: Faithless electors would distort fairness, rule of law

Noah Feldman: Faithless electors would distort fairness, rule of law

When my colleague Lawrence Lessig argued at Medium that members of the Electoral College should break faith and vote for Hillary Clinton instead of Do...

November 30th, 2016 updated: November 30th, 2016. |  


John Grindrod: Back under the Golden Arches for a cautionary tale

John Grindrod: Back under the Golden Arches for a cautionary tale

As my readers should know, I do spend quite a bit of time in McDonald’s while working, sipping on coffee or mid-afternoon pep-me-up Coke, and av...

November 29th, 2016 |  


Paula Moore: Feasting on cruelty

Paula Moore: Feasting on cruelty

Imagine being thrown onto a table and pinned down as someone cuts off one of your arms. A group of nervously giggling diners is sitting nearby —...

November 29th, 2016 updated: November 29th, 2016. |