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After the rancor of this election, let's dust off those old principles of citizenship that really make America great: Dustin Hornbeck A National Park Service worker uses a pressurized sprayer to wash down the five-ton bronze statue of Thomas Jefferson, America's third president, during its annual cleaning at the Jefferson Memorial on the Tidal Basin in Washington, D.C. The lessons of the nation's argumentative Founders in finding common ground by talking through ideas provide guidance today, writes former Ohio high school history and government teacher Dustin Hornbeck. I urge every lover of American liberty to take a moment, pause, take a deep breath and remember who we are. Comment?
Campaign sign before a speech by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump Saturday in Tampa, Florida. Miami University student Grant Radke writes that Trump's unconventional and divisive campaign style harkens back to another dangerously fractured moment in American politics, when the anti-immigrant Know-Nothing Party briefly flared and then died, further dividing U.S. politics shortly before the Civil War. Comment?
The second victim, a 20-year-old, lives at the North Avenue address, the Journal-News reports. He was also shot in the leg, and both men were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. Comment?
A gripping new exhibit on the 1960s civil rights movement that opened Thursday at the Maltz Museum of Jewish History shows how history moves in cycles that all too often repeat. The show, " This Light of Ours ,'' examines the work of nine activist photographers who documented marches, sit-ins and bloody beatings of black and white protesters in the Deep South. Comment?
Medina Noon Kiwanis has announced the May Students of the Month. The program recognizes outstanding students from each of Medina County's eight high schools. Comment?
Monarch butterflies are in danger, but we can do something to help them, according to guest columnist Kerrie Kruichak. Guest columnist Kerrie Kruichuk, of Olmsted Township, is a graduate student studying in Project Dragonfly at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio in conjunction with Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Comment?
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