Nov. 16, Newsday, Melville, New York, on unexamined DNA evidence in rape cases:
Nov. 18, The Intelligencer/Wheeling (West Virginia) News-Register on birds killed by windmills:
Nov. 18, Times-Call, Longmont, Colorado, on food ingredients:If your breakfast this morning came out of a box, odds are that “natural and artificial flavors” were part of the experience.
Nov. 11, Anniston (Alabama) Star on Obamacare's confusing numbers:
In 2011, the Ohio legislature passed H.B. 86, which amended the existing law relative to the possession of crack cocaine. The amended law took effect Sept. 30, 2011.
The State of Ohio botched its last execution. The convicted killer struggled for nearly 25 minutes before finally succumbing. Officials attributed it to the difficulty in obtaining the drug “cocktail” needed – drugs that apparently...
Over a decade ago, I got a call from Bill Gates.
The (Canton) Repository, Nov. 8
Nov. 5, The Australian on measured response to Ebola:
Nov. 1, Express-News, San Antonio, Texas, on rule of law in Mexico:
The Connecticut Post of Bridgeport, Nov. 6, 2014The grassroots movement for action on gun safety legislation, necessary because Congress has lacked the will, won significantly in the state of Washington this week.
Oct. 29, Los Angeles Times on Verizon Wireless:
The (Tiffin) Advertiser-Tribune, Nov. 3John Berisford is back home in the United States, finally. His situation makes it clear this country has much to do to improve our diplomatic relationship with China.
The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer, Oct. 29
You can find all sorts of excuses not to vote this week. But the reasons to overcome that temptation and cast your ballot, if you haven't done so already, are more important.
Oct. 25, The Adirondack Daily Enterprise on President Obama's appointment of an Ebola “czar”
Oct. 22, Oklahoman on GAO report:
Oct. 21, Orange County Register, Santa Ana, California, on no time for czar:
Oct. 22, The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tennessee, on Putin's antics: