The Buchtelite

Rob Portman over Ted Strickland

Rob Portman over Ted Strickland

By Zachary Jones, Student Writer

March 18, 2015

Congressional campaigns in the United States are unfortunately not given much attention by their respective constituents. Seeing as these individuals are intending to directly represent specific districts and states before the capital, this behavior is, needless to say, odd. With the 2016 Senate race...

Netanyahu’s grand stunt

Netanyahu’s grand stunt

By David Vernon, Student Writer

March 9, 2015

What was witnessed Tuesday, March 3 in the chamber of the United States House of Representatives was a stunt two months in the making. There is contention concerning House Speaker John Boehner’s invitation in January to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to come speak before a joint session...

A cure for executive overreach

By Zachary Jones, Student Writer

February 18, 2015

At the conclusion of the 18th century, America became a free nation. Our nation’s declaration was signed in blood as well as in ink. The intent was to create a free society where one could practice their faith freely and not be taxed without representation. Both of these are noble goals, both of which...