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  • Tea party: an albatross around the GOP's neck

    In 1789 there was a great divide in the new American nation: Alexander Hamilton feared the tyranny of an uniformed majority, while Thomas Jefferson feared the tyranny of an elite minority. James Madison crafted the hybrid system that we have today as a compromise.
  • Judges' pay in Maryland ranks near the bottom nationally

    The independent Judicial Compensation Commission recently reported its findings to the Maryland General Assembly, which presented them to the Senate and House of Delegates in the form of Joint Resolutions. Our state's judges have not received a raise...

    Letters: Judges' vital role in government must be reflected in compensation

    The independent Judicial Compensation Commission recently reported its findings to the Maryland General Assembly — presented to the Senate and House of Delegates in the form of joint resolutions — regarding judge's salaries Our state's judges...

    Wondering aloud: thoughts on religion and politics, energy and athletics

    Some things I've been wondering about: Do nervous Mitt Romney supporters remember then-Sen. Hillary Clinton thumping then-Sen. Barack Obama in three major primary states just prior to Obama declaring victory in the 2008 Democratic primaries? Does the...

    Glenn Beck ends Fox run with an empty, banal hour

    Glenn Beck ends Fox run with an empty, banal hour
    In the end, Glenn Beck's last hour on Fox News Thursday after 2 and 1/2 years of considerable controversy, was relatively quiet, banal and kind of pathetic. Beck told viewers several times how "amazing" the last 2 and 1/2 years have been. It was an...