Kevin Osborne's article - Considering 'Life Peace Zones' - (issue of Oct. 1) really made my neck veins pop. The establishment of so-called "life peace zones" is just a transparent attempt to thwart a constitutionally guaranteed right and to ram Catholic orthodoxy down our throats.
Kevin Osborne did an excellent job in summing up why advocates for proportional representation are again advocating this change for Cincinnnati: We want a fairer reflection of the people on city council and for candidates who are the most preferred by the people to be elected ("City to Decide Voting Change," issue of Sept...
Thank you for Joe Wessels' column about Mount Washington ("Not Too Cool for the Pool," issue of June 4). When I worked so hard to get that new rec center, my dream was to have it provide what's needed to prevent the incidents that Wessels recounted. I saw the demographics of Mount Washington changing and wanted to be proactive.
Danny Cross' article on cycling in Cincinnati ("No One Rides for Free," issue of Sept. 3) was passed to me today by a co-worker, and I read it with great interest. I took up cycling about eight years ago, and it's become a real passion.
What a difference to read a newspaper column about public schools that’s favor able to the staff, the core of the schools (“School Funding Fight in the Burbs,” issue of Sept. 10). Joe Wessels’ col umn was well written and informative. I’m the chairperson of the Fairfield Classroom Teachers Association negotiations team.
I'm no staunch conservative nor an extreme liberal, but we can't continue to accommodate the rejects from Mexico and South America ("Sheriff Richard Jones, Butler County's Delivery Man," issue of July 30).