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Ferguson: Is there justice for all?

While I can, I go on hoping a majority of the grand jury in Ferguson votes to indict Officer Darren Wilson ("Far from Missouri, Baltimore readies for Ferguson ruling," Nov. 24). If they fail in that, the obvious choice is for everyone to go out and protest. The police in most of the country...

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  • Report concludes Maryland can safely 'frack'
    Report concludes Maryland can safely 'frack'

    Maryland agencies have concluded that natural gas production from the Marcellus Shale by hydraulic fracturing (fracking) can be accomplished without unacceptable risks, but only if a suite of best practices is required, monitoring and inspections are rigorous, and enforcement is ironclad. The...

  • Man's (and woman's) best friend
    Man's (and woman's) best friend

    My friends and I have been saying for years that when it comes to genuine caring, to loyalty and to good judgment, many dogs actually behave better than many people. For example, one cannot buy a dog's love and loyalty with toys and treats, but, sadly, there are some people who can be bought...

  • Acknowledging climate change in GOP's best interest
    Acknowledging climate change in GOP's best interest

    November has been a good-news/bad-news month for the climate struggle.

  • Feed a 'Silent Guest' this Thanksgiving
    Feed a 'Silent Guest' this Thanksgiving

    This Thanksgiving put an extra chair at your table and make room for a "silent guest." That guest can be one of the world's 805 million hungry people.

  • Tom Schaller: The right systematically manufactures bogus news
    Tom Schaller: The right systematically manufactures bogus news

    If you haven't heard of Jonathan Gruber, an architect of the Affordable Care Act whose testimony about transparency in passing Obamacare has gone viral, expect a rash of new stories about him.

Editorials

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  • Gratitudinal

    It's that time of year when we give thanks for the former colleague who had the bright idea to forgo the heartfelt, mostly predictable appreciation of family and fortunes on this uniquely American holiday and instead reflect on the writing of the Thanksgiving editorial, no easy task. To our...

  • Fracking moves forward
    Fracking moves forward

    A week ago, a failed switch in a home along the shores of Deep Creek Lake caused 1,700 gallons of raw sewage to accidentally spill into the water, enough that health officials had to monitor local water quality and post warning signs nearby after the cleanup. The episode was uncommon, but it...

  • Who's next?
    Who's next?

    What Marylander had the biggest impact on the state in 2014? The Sun is asking for your nominations for the 2014 Marylander of the Year. Please send them to talkback@baltimoresun.com and include "Marylander of the Year" in the subject line. We'll announce the finalists in mid-December and a...

  • Marylanders of the year 1987-2013
    Marylanders of the year 1987-2013
  • Who will be the 2014 Marylander of the Year?
    Who will be the 2014 Marylander of the Year?

    What Marylander had the biggest impact on the state in 2014? The Sun is asking for your nominations for the 2014 Marylander of the Year. Please send them to talkback@baltimoresun.com and include “Marylander of the Year” in the subject line. We’ll announce the finalists in...

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  • Land deal still looks sleazy
    Land deal still looks sleazy

    Dan Rodricks must be dizzy from all the spin he has put on Gov. Martin O'Malley's land deal that Comptroller Peter Franchot accurately characterized as "sleazy" ("Land deal obscures a pretty good idea," Nov. 20).

  • Thankful for Obama's climate efforts
    Thankful for Obama's climate efforts

    The carbon emissions with which we humans pollute our atmosphere threaten to cause monumental environmental problems ("Climate breakthrough," Nov. 12). We here in the U.S. are among the worst offenders. Yet many in Congress are content to ignore this problem in pursuit of short term economic...

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