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Memo to Democrats: 2020 is not 2018

By Mark Shields Midterm elections have been generally unhelpful to U.S. House candidates of the sitting president's party. From 1918 to 2016, according to political scientist Jacob Smith's study for Ballotpedia, the president's. . .

Conclusion-jumping: A trifecta of shame

By Gary Exelby Time for a history lesson, on a subject near and dear to my heart: paratroopers (I completed jump school in August 1972). Before America entered World War II, senior leaders of the U.S. Army watched with great...

St. Patrick celebrated worldwide

By Steve Gillespie Today is St. Patrick's Day. Some historians believe St. Patrick was Welsh, some say he was Scottish. Although it is known he originally came from Roman Britain, if we want to be technical about it, he for sure. . .

Talk to journalists if you're running for president

By Connie Schultz Earlier this month, my husband, Sen. Sherrod Brown, went on a listening tour of four early-primary states as he considered running for president. I traveled with him to Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South...