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  • Trump 'Resistance' may not be futile, but it is folly

    Trump 'Resistance' may not be futile, but it is folly

    In the 1980s President Ronald Reagan destroyed the U.S.S.R. without firing a shot, leaving the U.S. as the only superpower. With the world's most advanced technologies, economic dominance and unparalleled military strength, we dominated political action in every corner of the globe. Two Bushes,...

  • Baltimore rental inspections: good idea gone wrong

    Baltimore rental inspections: good idea gone wrong

    The Baltimore City Council's mandate that residential rental properties must pass a basic health and safety inspection is a case study of a good idea gone wrong. The ordinance, passed in March of this year, requires that private licensed home inspectors carry out inspections of approximately 25,000...

  • Kavanaugh was old enough to know better — and to suffer the consequences

    Kavanaugh was old enough to know better — and to suffer the consequences

    At the University of Baltimore School of Law, we have a clinic, the Juvenile Justice Project, in which students work with faculty to seek the release of people sentenced to life in prison for crimes committed before they were 18. The clinic does not argue that the crimes of its clients are not...

  • Alternative Fact of the Week: Sessions gets Baltimore all wrong

    Alternative Fact of the Week: Sessions gets Baltimore all wrong

    Our view: It isn’t just that the attorney general gets his facts wrong about Baltimore’s consent decree, he’s fundamentally mistaken about such agreements It’s not easy being Jeff Sessions. About that there can be little doubt. Serving as the nation’s top law enforcement official is a tough job,...

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  • BWI tops Dulles, ties Reagan in J.D. Power 2018 airport passenger satisfaction rankings

    BWI tops Dulles, ties Reagan in J.D. Power 2018 airport passenger satisfaction rankings

    BWI Marshall Airport fell two spots to No. 13 in the 2018 J.D. Power & Associates passenger satisfaction rankings of large airports, but tied Reagan National and beat Dulles International airports, its two competitors in the region. Overall customer satisfaction scores among the nation’s airports...

  • Maryland Tech Council names life sciences veteran as new CEO

    Maryland Tech Council names life sciences veteran as new CEO

    The Maryland Tech Council, the state’s largest trade association supporting the technology and life sciences sectors, announced Wednesday that it has appointed Martin “Marty” Rosendale, a veteran of the life sciences industry, as its new CEO. Rosendale assumes the position immediately, succeeding...

  • Baked in Baltimore to open in former Goldman's Kosher Bakery site

    Baked in Baltimore to open in former Goldman's Kosher Bakery site

    A bakery business with Washington roots has acquired the former Goldman’s Kosher Bakery site in Northwest Baltimore. Baked in Baltimore will open Saturday at 6848 Reisterstown Road, where the 52-year-old, family-owned Goldman’s had operated since 1973 before closing in January. The new business,...

  • Locust Point project moves forward despite neighbors effort to stop 'looming' building

    Locust Point project moves forward despite neighbors effort to stop 'looming' building

    There was Tide Point and Silo Point. Then McHenry Row and Anthem House. And Anthem House 2 and others. The neighbors who live in traditional rowhouses in Locust Point, a tight-knit neighborhood in South Baltimore, say they’ve seen a lot of development in the last 15 years or so and welcomed much...

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