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The Obama administration has come out in opposition to profanity. I can't wait to see how Michele Bachmann tries to spin this one. "President Obama is trying to take God out of da..." No, never mind. But she doesn't need to take him to task, because I...
Donoghue’s actions disappointing but not surprising To the editor: I was disappointed but not surprised to see that champion of the working man, Democratic Del. John Donoghue, recently held a meeting to drum up support to raise gas prices in...
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For some time, the Washington Post has published a series of stories with the theme of “Five Myths About,” featuring subjects such as millionaires, scientists or athletes. Why there are always five myths is a mystery, but I will retain that...
Whew, that was close. For a second there, I thought that my favorite porn site was going to be blacked out in solidarity with the political protest of pending SOPA regulations. That’s all I need, to get up in the morning to find that the...
If Gov. Martin O’Malley, as conservatives like to say, is waging a war on rural Maryland, he is also (if taxes are your guide) waging war against the cities and suburbs, the rich and the poor, dogs and cats, and pretty much everything in between....
firstname.lastname@example.orgBob Borngesser, the longtime news director and anchor of WHAG-TV, died Wednesday morning at his Hagerstown home at the age of 79, his daughter Cathy Bromwell said. "He was gloriously imperfect. He was a wonderful father," said Bromwell of Virginia Beach....
The Rev. Sharon Fitch Peters, age 68, of Sharpsburg, Md., passed unexpectedly on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011, at her home. She was born Nov. 11, 1943, in Wellsville, N.Y., to the late Ephraim Schley and Irene May (Holaday) Fitch. The Fitch family relocated to...
Robert J. Samuelson is an accomplished economist with more than adequate credentials to report on the relative status of social classes and social mobility in America. Given the steady stream of reports showing the widening gap between the wealthy and the...
Todd Eberly, a Greencastle, Pa., native and an assistant political science professor at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is catching the media’s attention with his latest paper, “Family Feud: Democratic Activists v. Democratic Voters...
email@example.comTurns out that tremor felt up and down the East Coast on Tuesday wasn’t really an earthquake after all. Nope, that was the aftershock of the Maryland football team unveiling its new uniforms. If you haven’t seen them yet, think Oregon,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSmall whistles can make big noises. They sound the alarm on conduct of illegality, fraud, waste or abuse. They can challenge power. And they can prevent future debacles. Many government workers feel they are doing their patriotic duty by bringing...
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