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Fox News host Sean Hannity's real estate holdings draw scrutiny

Fox News host Sean Hannity's real estate holdings draw scrutiny

On Feb. 6, conservative media personality Sean Hannity brought his longtime financial advisor, William Lako, on his popular radio show to talk about money. “For 25 years, you’ve watched me start with nothing, right, pretty much?” Hannity asked Lako. “Yes, I did,” replied Lako. Since Hannity started...

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  • Aggressively liberal professors are pushing conservative students toward Trump

    Aggressively liberal professors are pushing conservative students toward Trump

    For the past four years at Loyola University Maryland I have come to find lifelong friendships; amazing professors, who were instrumental in my being able to go to law school next year; and, by the grace of God, I was even able to find a date. I was also able to discover the reason why Donald Trump...

  • Baltimore's Jenny Owens: good boss, good person

    Baltimore's Jenny Owens: good boss, good person

    My first real job came a few months after I started grad school in 2013. A professor told me about an opening at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, where one of her former students was hiring. “I think you and Jenny would be a great fit,” she said. I applied, interviewed, was quickly offered...

  • Witcover: The rule of law, and of sanity, in Trumpland

    Witcover: The rule of law, and of sanity, in Trumpland

    With our executive branch in the hands of Donald Trump and the Republican-controlled legislative branch now essentially subservient to him, the judicial branch and the Justice Department now remain the principal defenders of the rule of law in this country. Many federal and state judges have rebuked...

  • Pompeo, the not ideal, not unqualified diplomat

    Pompeo, the not ideal, not unqualified diplomat

    Our view: Full Senate should approve Mike Pompeo as secretary of state despite his hawkish outlook After more than two centuries, the list of cabinet nominees to be either rejected by the U.S. Senate or withdrawn from nomination is on the order of once per decade. Many of those who failed to make...

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