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Our Opinion | December 6, 2016
Tea and infamy: Wisdom from our long-ago enemy
Here’s a rhetorical question: When was the last time you thoroughly enjoyed a cup of tea with a friend? We’ll come back to that thought later.

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Our Opinion | December 5, 2016
Consider seating grand jury solely for heroin traffickers
Dr. David Rottinghaus sets the right tone about Butler County’s willingness to confront its growing problem with heroin and opioid addiction. “There’s a lot of people who will tell you how it got started,” says Rottinghaus, the medical director of Butler Health System’s emergency department.

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Our Opinion | December 3, 2016
Cheers and Jeers ...

Cheer


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Our Opinion | December 2, 2016
Anti-propoganda effort risks deepening mistrust
If we are living in the Age of Information, in an economy driven by digitalization and powered by a knowledge-based society, it’s becoming woefully clear that America has a currency problem.

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Our Opinion | December 1, 2016
Fast food franchisers have hard reply to ‘fight for 15’
Those activists hollering and blocking traffic this week in Pittsburgh and other cities demanding $15 an hour for fast-food restaurant employees should remember the cautionary tale of AT&T Longlines. A strike in 1983 might seem like ancient history, but some lessons learned in that 22-day standoff still apply 33 years later.

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Our Opinion | November 30, 2016
The dim light of our state Sunshine Law still flickers
First the good news: Pennsylvania’s Right-to-Know law (RTK) is proving itself to be more effective than any time in the past decade, according to a statewide survey coordinated by The Associated Press.

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