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Readers Surmise That Bloopers Arise Apr. 25, 2018

The Word Guy

The Word Guy Blooper Patrol has been working overtime to send me mistakes that have appeared in prin... Read More

Who's Controlling What You Read? Mar. 09, 2018

Adriana Cohen

As a consumer, if you abhor censorship and want to protect free speech — a basic human right i... Read More

No Reason to Suspect Foul Play Feb. 05, 2018

Marc Dion

They found her near the river, on the weedy bank. The river is paved over for most of its length, bu... Read More

Going, Going, Gone -- Oh, Must You Go? Feb. 02, 2018

Jamie Stiehm

WASHINGTON — Loss can come at you all at once, leaving you free-falling into a new land withou... Read More

Paper Tariff Is a Job Killer for Americans Jan. 31, 2018

Daily Editorials

If you are reading this, we're guessing you think newspapers are important. We hope you also believe... Read More

I Love the Daily Paper Jan. 17, 2018

Classic Zig Ziglar

On a regular basis, I hear people state they no longer read the newspaper because it is so "negative... Read More

'The Post': No Way Today's Newspapers Would Publish The Pentagon Papers Jan. 12, 2018

Ted Rall

Steven Spielberg's new movie "The Post" depicts a newspaper's decision to defy the government, risk ... Read More

Good Enough for Long Enough Dec. 25, 2017

Marc Dion

People think of newspaper reporters as forever unraveling the twisted threads of political corruptio... Read More

Agree to Disagree Oct. 28, 2017

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: When my son married six years ago, my wife and I welcomed his bride into our family with... Read More

Journalists in Trump Times, Take Heart Oct. 13, 2017

Jamie Stiehm

Elijah Lovejoy was an abolitionist newspaper editor during dark times in America. Andrew Jackson, pr... Read More

Newspapers and Public Need Each Other Oct. 04, 2017

Daily Editorials

America needs newspapers. And newspapers, now more than ever, need America. Thomas Jefferson famousl... Read More

Revolt Against the Elite May. 30, 2017

Bernard Goldberg

It's been my experience, having covered the news at CBS for nearly 30 years, that when the media eli... Read More

I'm an Enemy of the People Feb. 27, 2017

Marc Dion

I'm too young to have been a big fan of what they used to call "protest music." By the time I was in... Read More

A Perfect Holiday Gift: Subscribe to the News Dec. 07, 2016

Connie Schultz

If you're stressing over what to give friends and loved ones during this holiday season, I'm here to... Read More

Leonard Cohen and Donald Trump Nov. 21, 2016

Marc Dion

Most American newspapers, especially the influential ones, wrote more words about the death of singe... Read More

Can the Media Reveal Stolen Truths? Oct. 13, 2016

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

It seems that at every turn during this crazy presidential election campaign — with its deeply... Read More

The Cincinnati Enquirer Endorses Hillary, and Other Miracles Sep. 28, 2016

Connie Schultz

The last time The Cincinnati Enquirer endorsed a Democrat for president was in 1916, when Woodrow Wi... Read More

Reflecting on House Calls Jan. 03, 2016

House Calls

This real estate column first appeared in 1975, so we're celebrating the completion of 40 years. Wit... Read More

I Am Thankful for You, Valued Reader Nov. 26, 2015

Debra J. Saunders

Earlier generations believe that male enlistment in the military had an equalizing effect; wars brou... Read More

What's In an Ad Jun. 29, 2014

House Calls

Dear Edith: We are going to sell our house without using an agent, and I'd like your opinion about w... Read More