Bruce Bialosky

Posted November 10, 2013

The push to nationalize industries during the Obama era marches on.

Posted November 03, 2013

As a civilized person, you know in your mind that you should not derive pleasure from the pain of others. But periodically it is simply appropriate to do so.

Posted October 27, 2013

The government was shut down and we had spent up to the limit of what we could legally borrow. But the country was not focused on the fact that our new health care law was beginning as a dismal failure. Or that our tax collectors are running rampant with no promised Presidential butt-kicking.Record numbers of people are on food stamps, even as our economy has supposedly grown for four years and the employment rate has supposedly shrunk.None of these constitute the second most important issue in America.That would be the name of Washington D.C.’s professional football team.

Posted October 20, 2013

The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (welfare reform) was a monumental event for the American government. At the signing of the bill on August 23, 1996, then President Clinton stated "Today, we are ending welfare as we know it." His signing of the bill helped to seal his reelection. But what is the reality 17 years later?

Posted October 13, 2013

You would have had to be under a rock to miss our President stating that recently. He mouthed that repeatedly during the budget debate and the government shutdown. It became his mantra leading up to the impending vote for raising the debt ceiling. The constitutional lawyer was apparently absent the day they taught that we have three co-equal branches of government.

Posted October 06, 2013

It seems like a lifetime ago when the U.S. Senate passed a bill to revise our immigration laws.

Posted September 29, 2013

The President and the Left have been speaking out about what they say is the “misguided focus of Republicans” on trying to eliminate Obamacare.

Posted September 22, 2013

As a regular reader of this column, you are acutely aware of the crisis in college education and particularly the soaring costs.

Posted September 15, 2013

Both sides of the political debate think the other is way off in their thought patterns. The Left loves to repeat their mantra that the Right is ignorant of science.

Posted September 08, 2013

Most Americans are worried about whether their pension money will be available for them when they retire.

Posted September 01, 2013

You see news stories sometimes that upset you, but you are not sure of the facts.

Posted August 25, 2013

As we approach on August 28th the 50th anniversary of the “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, some people have stated we need to have a national conversation about race. I agree and I would like to do that, hopefully without hitting on too many tired clichés.

Posted August 18, 2013

Finally the Republicans have someone in charge that is not afraid of his own shadow.

Posted August 11, 2013

The monolith of Washington, DC, is swallowing up all levels of government -- thereby further distancing you from having any say over your life.

Posted August 04, 2013

The White House publicity machine has tried to turn the national conversation from the topics of the day to attempt to make our President relevant again. Obama, who has gained the new nickname Griffin (as in H.G. Wells’ The Invisible Man), has all but disappeared since his failed attempt to change the national gun laws in the beginning of this year.

Posted July 28, 2013

College has created a system to insulate itself from the outside world when it comes to decisions about your children. Buyer Beware.

Posted July 21, 2013

The comparison of what is happening with beer and what is happening with banks is an excellent study in free enterprise in America today.

Posted July 14, 2013

Egypt is on everyone’s mind as a democratically-elected government was overthrown by the Egyptian military.

Posted July 07, 2013

The only question that remains -- when will the ill-effects of Obamacare impact you?

Posted June 30, 2013

he multitude of challenges that the new mayor of America’s second largest city will face starting tomorrow constitutes a laundry list of items. None needs greater focus than revamping the Office of Finance and the business licensing process.