When you look at the endless problems we face in society today, it's easy to think, “But what I can do? I'm just one person.”
“We shall not flag or fail…We shall fight on the seas and..in the air, we shall fight on the beaches.. (and) in the fields and in the streets,..we shall never surrender. Never! Never! Never!”
Last Friday, I came home from work and asked my son how he was feeling (as mentioned in my last post, he has Lyme Disease).
Like surrounding communities this morning, Galion is held in the grip of frigid, below zero degree temperatures. It helps to remember that winter will soon pass and that life will take on a friendlier, easier cadence. But my beloved hometown is in the...
Medical research not only creates jobs — it saves lives. But critical research — on cancer prevention, on new prescription drugs, and on cures for deadly diseases — is often left unfunded. In fact, nine out of 11 research grants go...
An estimated 1.2 million drug-addicted people are currently involved in the justice system. “Drug courts” provide effective intervention, save money and significantly reduce drug use and crime through intensive supervision and treatment.
Last week, President Obama released his annual budget proposal. It's a 2,000 page document that spells out how he wants to spend your hard-earned tax dollars. But a budget is about more than how much the government spends and how much it taxes.
On February 12, 2011, a 14-year-old girl – B.P. – approached the front of the Euclid Public Library with two friends when a man came up to her and started talking about a study program. He showed her a photo-ID card with his name –...
Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Rob Portman (R-Ohio) has released the latest example in a monthly series highlighting Washington's wasteful spending during a time of record debt.
After viewing the Mayor's January 26th Press Conference on Livestream Galion, we would like to make an “official” response.