On March 23, people across the nation rallied to protest show the rule forcing religious institutions to provide employee health care insurance covering contraceptives, sterilization and abortifacient drugs.
In Baltimore, Rep. Andy Harris and former ambassador Alan Keyes spoke to a crowd of several hundred people, and I attended a rally in Ellicott City where I estimated about 150 people were present. There were two other rallies in Maryland.
Yet The Sun gave these gatherings no coverage at all. Why not?
The omission, on top the lack of coverage for the March for Life in January, which attracted hundreds of thousands of people to Washington, suggests an editorial policy at The Sun which chooses to simply ignore that with which it disagrees.
Annunziata Kurek, ElkridgeCopyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun