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  • The brave and noble 56

    On Independence Day, July 4, let us not forget to think about the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence and the prices many paid for their respective commitments to forming a new nation.
  • F = MA and the human element
    F = MA is an equation from physics. It means Force equals Mass times Acceleration. You use it every day, even if you never took physics.  
  • Independence Day
    The Fourth of July is the fundamental American holiday. It gives us an opportunity to spend time with loved ones in beautiful places across our great nation and celebrate the honor it is to be an American with shared unalienable rights.
  • Honoring generations of service
    As we enjoy and celebrate our nation’s independence, let us honor the generations of service of those with valor, and may their legacy continue to inspire those for generations to come. Happy Fourth of July and God Bless America!
  • Small wonders 
    We have always been proud to say that we don't have a problem with mosquitos in the creek valley, and now I believe that I know why. It is all thanks to this mighty army of voracious, though tiny, tree frogs.
  • Yearning for collapse: On Patrick Deneen's 'Regime Change'
    The modern conception, in Deneen's view, spawned societal pathologies that the modern liberal framework cannot solve. His proposed solution in "Why Liberalism Failed" was to lean into the creation of a counterculture that would stand in defiance of this dominant paradigm, a sentiment resonating with the likes of Rod Dreher's "Benedict Option" strain of community-based Christianity, a self-contained and intentional microcosm that can survive the horrors of another dark age, forest passage, or whichever metaphor believers wish to use to conceptualize these putatively benighted times.
  • Expanding broadband in rural Ohio
    Every Ohio family and Ohio business should be able to have reliable, high-speed internet. You shouldn’t have to live in a big city or a wealthy suburb to have access to a crucial aspect of modern society and our economy.
  • On Independence Day: George M. Cohan, the Yankee Doodle Boy
    George M. Cohan, the son of Irish immigrants – often described as the man who owned Broadway – dominated American theater from 1901 until 1940. During that four-decade period, the man born on the Fourth of July produced 80 Broadway shows, many of which he wrote himself, and wrote more than 1,000 songs. 
  • IEA’s net zero dream debunked as a nightmare
    During the Biden administration, American families have grown painfully aware of the role of energy in their lives. A series of domestic policy decisions surrendered American energy independence, contributed to 40-year-high inflation, and drove the price of a gallon of gasoline north of $5 per gallon. 
  • Union fights signal danger ahead for Bidenomics
    Only 24% of voters believe the country is on the right track, with 38.3% approving of Biden’s handling of the economy, according to RealClearPolitics’ poll average. The White House this week put a far glossier spin on its inflation record.
  • Agendas run rampant over science in Biden Administration
    The Biden administration often decries “misinformation” about anything contradicting its own narratives, but it appears to be one of the worst purveyors of misinformation. Citizens can’t trust a government that misrepresents the results of studies, or prevents the collection of, or even intentionally hides, data.
  • The sad state of American journalism
    Readers of RealClearPolitics, the NY Post, Wall Street Journal, and a handful of other mostly online outlets are aware of the cascading evidence of massive corruption by President Biden and his family. But if you get your news from ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS, NPR, the Washington Post, or the New York Times, you have quite possibly not been aware of it. The worst aspect is that these and other legacy media have been acting as a kind of journalistic cabal from 2016 until the present moment.
  • A modest proposal to avert future budget crises
    It's business as usual these days in Washington: months of procrastinating as a looming fiscal disaster roils the markets, followed by a last-minute deal that nobody really likes, only to set another deadline for the next fiscal crisis.
  • Protecting Second Amendment rights for disabled veterans
    As enshrined in the Constitution, the Second Amendment guarantees law-abiding citizens of the United States the right to bear arms. Freedom and personal responsibility are pillars of our nation, and the Second Amendment must be protected, especially for those who suffered injury or were disabled while serving in our armed forces protecting the freedom of others.
  • Conduct Board issues advisory opinions
    The Ohio Board of Professional Conduct has issued four advisory opinions, including two new opinions that address the application of the Code of Judicial Conduct to mayor’s courts magistrates and a lawyer’s responsibilities when responding to a subpoena for a former client’s file.
  • Why tech startups are failing
    Over roughly a decade, U.S. courts and Congress have gradually devalued patents and diminished their reliability. Diminishing the certainty and security of patents radically discourages venture capitalists from investing in startups – especially in the highest-tech fields.
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