Founding Principles

When you drive out of the city of Cleveland and travel Interstate 71, Interstate 77 or even the Ohio Turnpike, the real beauty of Ohio lies before you. Miles and miles of rolling acres, quaint farm houses, parcels of meadows with animals lazily grazing, corn reaching to the sky; all of these scenes seem to give Ohioans a “special pass” to understanding things like how to pick a good pumpkin, which apples are the sweetest, and how likely a good …


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One comment on “Founding Principles

  1. Barb Burkholder on said:

    Love love love these articles. You are the Garrison Keillor of Ohio instead of Lake Wobegone. LOL! Your way of writing is heart rendering, warm and definitely fuzzy and informative. Tell that to your wife! A few of our seasoned staff were talking about one element missing from the younger generations – ethics and common sense. Love the Gen X & Y generations. Just don’t see a conscience with some of them. Kinda scary….

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