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  • Obama plays his high cards

    Obama plays his high cards
    As President Barack Obama nears the end of his first term, has he finally found an inner LBJ to channel? His recent words and actions suggest he has turned a corner from his earlier wishful thinking about playing nice with obstruction-minded Republicans...
  • Republicans right to seek answers about Benghazi

    Republicans right to seek answers about Benghazi
    In general, presidents should appoint whomever they want to serve in their cabinets. But that doesn't mean that re-elected President Barack Obama will — or even should — appoint U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice to replace the soon-departing...
  • In TV terms, Obama struggles, Romney dominates first debate

    In TV terms, Obama struggles, Romney dominates first debate
    More was definitely less for President Barack Obama Wednesday night in the first televised presidential debate. The president spoke for 42 minutes and 50 seconds, while GOP candidate Mitt Romney only 38 minutes and 32 seconds by CNN's count. But in TV...
  • Veteran Sen. Cardin defeats two challengers

    U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin won a second term Tuesday despite a spirited and well-funded campaign from one opponent and a multimillion-dollar advertising blitz from another. A known commodity in Maryland politics for more than 40 years, Cardin, a Democrat,...
  • Caring for the environment is politically out of fashion

    Caring for the environment is politically out of fashion
    Weeks after the weird June 29 windstorm that swept the Mid-Atlantic, I can't shake the feeling of being in an episode of "The Twilight Zone," the 1960s TV series that warned of living selfishly. A dash of Rod Serling spiking a large dollop of Catholic...
  • For Goucher grad, success was in the Cards Against Humanity

    For Goucher grad, success was in the Cards Against Humanity
    On New Year's Eve 2008 — when all of the popular kids were out partying — Max Temkin and his pack of social outcasts were hunkered in his parents' basement. With nothing better to do, they grabbed a stack of cardboard paper and some...
  • Md. pols steeped in Tampa's surrogate battle

    Md. pols steeped in Tampa's surrogate battle
    TAMPA, Fla. —Former Maryland Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. rushed through a convention hall that holds more than 15,000 journalists to get to an interview about why Republican nominee Mitt Romney should be elected president. Across town, Democratic...
  • 'America's Got Talent' recap - Bye bye, weirdos, we'll miss you so

    'America's Got Talent' recap - Bye bye, weirdos, we'll miss you so
    This week, "America's Got Talent," the only place on television left for freaks and oddballs that doesn't demand they have some strange addiction or possess a nickname like "Honey Boo Boo," gave in to the regular guys. Too many of the show's strangest...
  • O'Malley partisanship on display in Charlotte

    O'Malley partisanship on display in Charlotte
    For someone as partisan as Gov. Martin O'Malley, it seems strange that his party's most partisan affair — the Democratic National Convention — has, historically speaking, not been especially friendly territory for him. At the 2004...
  • Despite what conservatives say, there's no 'liberal bias' in the mainstream media

    Recently I called a local radio talk show, not to blast President Barack Obama or ridicule Mitt Romney but to chide the conservative host and his conservative guest for their tiresome narrative about liberal bias in the "mainstream media.'" They...
  • Whoopi Goldberg brings her strong views to Baltimore

    Whoopi Goldberg brings her strong views to Baltimore
    Even if Caryn Elaine Johnson had never changed her name to Whoopi Goldberg, chances are she would have made a splash. Talent will out. The 56-year-old Goldberg, who will offer a sampling of that talent at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric on...
  • Road back for Mark Farley Grant starts on the early bus

    Road back for Mark Farley Grant starts on the early bus
    The way it is now: Mark Farley Grant steps out of the room he shares with three other men in a big rowhouse on St. Paul Street, grabs his backpack, and steps into the 6 a.m. darkness. He takes the No. 13 bus, transfers to the 54, then the 53, grabs...