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    Your coverage of President Obama's speech was interesting. There was lots of praise from the state's Democrats and only a short comment from our lone Republican congressman ("Obama outlines ambitious agenda for second term," Feb. 13).

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    The anticipated verbal duel Tuesday evening between President Barack Obama and Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida -- the former in his State of the Union address and the latter in the official Republican response -- was an obvious mismatch. It seemed a case of man vs. boy, and of a...

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    Ever since Mitt Romney lost the presidential election, there's been a lot of talk about how the Republican Party needs to "rebrand" itself.

  • O'Reilly is telling the truth
    O'Reilly is telling the truth

    Why didn't the Associated Press writer covering the story about Fox News' Bill O'Reilly contact NBC and CBS about what happened in the aftermath of the Falklands War ("Reports contradict O'Reilly protest memories," Feb. 26)?

  • Stand up for clean water
    Stand up for clean water

    Having been born in a fishing town in Maine and raised in Annapolis, one of the oldest ports on the Chesapeake Bay, I feel a strong connection to our nation's water and the things that live in it. Gov. Larry Hogan's recently proposed and loose regulations of poultry farm pollution have me and...

  • The risks of fracking outweigh the potential benefits
    The risks of fracking outweigh the potential benefits

    State Sen. Bobby Zirkin's bill putting strict limits on fracking demonstrates the growing concern elected officials have about opening Maryland's doors to the oil and gas industry ("Frosh wades into fracking fight," Feb. 25).

  • Democrats side with foreigners
    Democrats side with foreigners

    Democrats are telling Republicans to put the American people first and pass a clean Department of Homeland Security funding bill because Democratic senators will not accept anything other than a clean bill ("Congress OKs deal to avoid shutdown at Homeland Security," Feb. 27). Republicans say...

  • Needed: a city rainy day fund for snowy days
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    Isn't there a rainy day fund for residential emergencies like the one brought on by the recent cold snap ("Water outages, frustration mount," Feb. 25)?

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