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  • Baltimore is not Cleveland

    Baltimore is not Cleveland

    If there was one incident that was the catalyst for the U.S. Justice Department's investigation of Cleveland police's practices and the consent decree officials announced there, it was a massive display of police force. A car backfired while driving past a police station, and officers, thinking...

  • A misguided protest

    A misguided protest

    Commuters driving into Baltimore from the south today were understandably chagrined to find themselves stuck in unusually heavy traffic that extended from the beltway all the way into downtown. The cause? A demonstration led by the Rev. Jamal Bryant that blocked the city's major arteries in protest...

  • Silencing the victim

    Silencing the victim

    Here is the actual state of affairs when it comes to police-community relations in Baltimore: The death of Freddie Gray brought to the surface years of pent-up frustrations by many city residents about how they are treated by Baltimore police officers, resulting in weeks of protests and two nights...

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  • Do we really care about parallel parking right now?

    Do we really care about parallel parking right now?

    Baltimore is in a state of flux, most of it on the negative side of the ledger, and The Sun is devoting editorial space to parallel parking ("Goodbye, parallel parking," May 21)?

  • Climate change and national security

    Climate change and national security

    Your editorial "The danger of climate denial" (May 22) offered a dismal forecast, yet some people continue to deny that climate change is real or that it is caused at least in part by human activity.

  • Baltimore corporations: Follow Hopkins' lead

    Baltimore corporations: Follow Hopkins' lead

    We, who have suffered the most from the sting of racism, cannot continue to stereotype all of Baltimore's corporate leaders. Over the past 38 years, Baltimoreans United In Leadership Development or BUILD has had numerous strong disagreements with various Baltimore corporations ("Baltimore march...

  • Parents have lost control of their kids

    Parents have lost control of their kids

    Much has been said in recent weeks about the need for improved relations between the police and community residents. However, at no time have I heard the mayor, the police chief, the ministers or elected officials voice their opinion about the responsibility of the parents of the rioters to instill...

  • Why no love for Bernie Sanders?

    Why no love for Bernie Sanders?

    I see that The Sun carried the announcement that Republican hopeful Rick Santorum has declared his candidacy for president ("Santorum makes 2nd run at White House,"Bernie Sanders for the win," May 13).

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