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Journo layoffs diminish you

November 10, 2015 This week, many in my profession are reeling from news of yet another round of newsroom layoffs, this time at the National Geographic Society. more »»

Ryan will take visionary approach as speaker

November 10, 2015 “Where there is no vision, the people perish...” (Proverbs 29:18, KJV) It was George H.W. more »»

Tyranny of polls could be toppling

November 9, 2015 What if the polls just stopped working? Admittedly, this needs work as a plot device for a Stephen King novel. But for politics, it might be pretty awesome. more »»

Christie makes straw men on addiction, abortion

November 9, 2015 “My mother was a smoker,” Chris Christie told a New Hampshire audience in a video that has gone viral. Though she tried everything — gum, patches, hypnosis — nothing worked. more »»

Liberals’ response to dissenting speech: ‘Shut up’

November 7, 2015 “‘Shut up,’ he explained.” That’s a sentence from Ring Lardner’s short story “The Young Immigrunts. more »»

A brief Veterans Day history

November 7, 2015 Veterans Day has long been a part of culture in the United States, but over the decades, the origins of the holiday has become largely forgotten, particularly by younger generation. more »»

Staff of engaged workers is key to business’s success

November 7, 2015 A recent Gallup poll found less than a third of employees were engaged in their jobs in 201. more »»

Veterans Day Events

November 7, 2015 The following Veterans Day programs and ceremonies were submitted to the Gazette as of Friday afternoon. To submit your Veterans Day event, email more »»

A tale most fowl

November 7, 2015 Q: How many birds could a bird-herder herd, if a bird-herder could herd birds? Besides the four-legged creatures on Tanglewood Farm, there are many of the two-legged variety. more »»

The making of a great mine

November 7, 2015 Edwin Hulbert made many mistakes while opening the Calumet mine. more »»

U.S. markets are rigged against us

November 7, 2015 Much of the national debate about widening inequality focuses on whether or how much to tax the rich and redistribute their income downward. more »»

Solemn tradition of paying tribute to those who serve

November 7, 2015 Veterans Day is a day of national remembrance to honor all the men and women, living and dead, who took up arms in defense of America. more »»

To lead we need to think globally

November 6, 2015 As Republican presidential candidates debate the debates, roiling and railing against the unfairness of it all, campaigns have been busy rebooting candidates and crafting fresh slogans. more »»

Flawed messenger’s words writing campaign script

November 6, 2015 It first hit me on a Tuesday morning in March at a Washington presidential forum sponsored by the International Association of Fire Fighters. more »»

Role of disruptive students ignored

November 5, 2015 A recent, widely publicized incident in which a policeman was called to a school classroom to deal with a disruptive student has provoked all sorts of comments on whether the policeman used... more »»

‘Nothing to do with race’

November 4, 2015 It had nothing to do with race. more »»

GOP candidates unite in chorus of ‘Beat the Press’

November 4, 2015 WASHINGTON — There’s an old adage in the newspaper business: Never pick a fight with a man who buys ink by the barrel. more »»

We are what we choose to see

November 3, 2015 Four years ago, Julia Kuo moved from Los Angeles to Cleveland. To her surprise, she quickly fell in love. more »»

Clinton escapes Benghazi committee unscathed

November 3, 2015 A special House committee investigating the terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. more »»

Why family structure is important

November 2, 2015 It’s been a good month for champions of the traditional family, but don’t expect the family wars to be ending any time soo. more »»



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