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Cover Story: Likeable Foe

Bill Seitz is the man progressives love to hate

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 9, 2005
S tate Rep. Bill Seitz (R-Green Township) cut his teeth on The National Review, perhaps the leading conservative journal in the country. By the sixth grade he'd read Barry Goldwater's The Consc  

News: A Forest Saved

Conservation easements preserve ownership, green space

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 1, 2004
One more hilltop along the Ohio River will remain pristine, thanks to the foresight of a vigorous octogenarian. Elsie Beekley recently executed a conservation easement with the Western Wildlife C  

Cover Story: Dark Horse

Fanon Rucker's road to politics leads to uphill battle for Hamilton County Prosecutor

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Fanon Rucker's mama warned him against dealing with the devil to get elected. His daddy told him to run for Hamilton County Prosecutor only if he were going to work hard to win. Rucker is an am  

News: God-Fearing Liberals

Reclaiming religion from the right wing

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2003
Religion and politics have always mixed, but conservatives are more practiced at organizing fellow believers for fights over public policy. That's why Tommie Thompson and Richard C. Bozian found  

News: Medicine Show

Doctor sings, dances and jokes about health care

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 15, 2003
She's a medicine woman with music in her soul and healing in her heart -- and she's managed to meld the two modalities. Last month Dr. Debbi Silverman enchanted about 150 physicians during the   

News: Disorder in the Court

Justice can be plodding in municipal court

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 17, 2003
To the unfamiliar, a brush with Hamilton County Municipal Court can be wizening. Here's a little taste. First off, if you've been held overnight, you'll find yourself appearing before a judge