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  • Honoring Ohio veterans

    On Veterans Day, we honor the heroes who sacrifice so much to serve our country.
  • On Veterans Day, let’s recommit to healing invisible wounds of war 
    According to the Department of Veterans Affairs, seven percent of former U.S. service members experience Post-Traumatic Stress at some point in their lives. Alarmingly, that figure balloons to up to nearly one-third of veterans who served during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom.
  • Q&A: Veterans Day

    By U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley
    R-Iowa

  • We are no better than the Ancients
    At least I have found something on which Christians and Muslims agree – no infanticide.
  • A sad day for Ohio's Second District
    I first met Brad Wenstrup in 2012, along with his former staff member Brian Shrive, who is now an attorney with the Clermont County Prosecutor's Office. I enjoyed speaking with both men. In our first meeting, Dr. Wenstrup talked about the core values associated with leadership, saying, "The Army has an acronym for 'leadership:' Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity and Personal Courage (LDRSHIP)."
  • The greatest meteor shower in recorded history
    In the early morning of November 13, 1833, the entire United States east of the Rocky Mountains was treated (or terrified) by what may have been the greatest meteor shower in recorded history. That chilly night, the stars rained down like snow, onlookers remembered. An estimated 72,000 meteors criss-crossed the sky each hour, prompting some people to fall to the ground prostrate, praying to God to save the world.
  • Celebrating veterans
    Veterans Day is a special time to remember and honor the sacrifice of these patriotic Americans who came from all walks of life but had the same sense of purpose – to protect and defend our country and our freedoms.
  • Taxpayers bail out Biden’s green friends
    Congress is watching the “green bank” scheme because they know it is ripe for abuse. The problem is clear: The White House put a political operative in charge of what is nothing more than a political fund. For Barack Obama, they were too big to fail, but Joe Biden is taking it further. When it comes to his failed agenda, his green boondoggles are “too favored to fail.”
  • Leaker of Trump taxes worked for Biden donor who won a big IRS contract 
    The Internal Revenue Service recently awarded a lucrative contract to help modernize its computer databases to the same Washington firm, Booz Allen Hamilton, that employed the man who pleaded guilty last month to stealing and leaking thousands of private tax returns of wealthy Americans, including former President Trump, according to records reviewed by RealClearInvestigations. 
  • Bring back the Reagan Doctrine
    President Reagan’s foreign policy was rooted in the idea that investing in our national defense was key to not only contain communism, but to defeat it. Under the Reagan Doctrine, America embraced “peace through strength” – ultimately placing U.S. leadership at the forefront of democracy to preserve liberty and freedom for all. 
  • Congress prepares to kick tech workers while they're down
    American tech workers are facing the worst industry slump in decades. There's no reason for Congress to kick them while they're down by importing more foreign competition.
  • Biden's ambiguous $400,000 tax audit directive raises more questions than answers
    Because the directive is unenforceable and has no accountability mechanism, how will taxpayers know if the IRS breaks its promise by auditing more under the $400,000 threshold than it did in 2018, and how will the Administration compensate those who should not have been audited? 
  • Hamas ally CAIR operates with impunity inside U.S.
    After Hamas massacred 1,400 men, women and children in Israel last month, FBI Director Christopher Wray warned that the terror group “and its allies” could inspire attacks on Americans "here on our own soil." He also told the Senate that the FBI is conducting “multiple, ongoing investigations” into people affiliated with the U.S.-designated terrorist group. What Wray didn’t say is that the FBI has been investigating Hamas’ biggest ally in America for the past 30 years – without filing any charges.
  • A proud heritage
    Each year during the month of November, I am proud that our nation takes this time to reflect on the unique heritage, rich history and special contributions of Native Americans. As a proud member of the Chickasaw Nation of Oklahoma, I always take this special time to reflect on my tribal heritage and the importance of tribes and their members in the United States.
  • The irony of electric vehicles and Africa
    With General Motors and Ford Motor Co. cutting back EV production because of slow sales in the U.S. -- the richest country on Earth -- the promotion of EVs to Africans looks all the more ridiculous.
  • How old is too old for Washington? New poll shows where Americans stand
    The Center Square Voters' Voice poll, conducted in conjunction with Noble Predictive Insights, found that 68% of likely voters say there should be an age limit for president, and 63% said the same for U.S. senators and members of the House. The poll found 59% said there should be an age limit for Supreme Court justices as well.
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