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  • 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...
  • On Libya attacks, Romney has a point

    On Libya attacks, Romney has a point
    The attack on the American consulate in Libya that left four dead, including our ambassador to that country, Chris Stevens, is outrageous and deplorable. The senseless loss of life there should be a cause of mourning for Americans, not a flash point in...
  • Occupy anniversary: The 1 percent are winning

    Occupy anniversary: The 1 percent are winning
    It's been a good year for the 1 percent. The protesters who occupied public spaces in cities across the country, beginning with Wall Street on Sept. 17, 2011, garnered a great deal of attention for the idea that our democracy is being hijacked by the...
  • Arab 'anger' starts with flawed Islamic states

    In "Understanding Arab anger" (Sept. 19), Shibley Telhami, the Anwar Sadat professor for peace and development at the University of Maryland, claims that "the deepest sources of anger against America … pertain to the presence of U.S. forces in...
  • McAfee ran the community-oriented Sunday afternoon softball league

    McAfee ran the community-oriented Sunday afternoon softball league
    Skip McAfee is a man who cares. He cares that the rules are followed and the dates are right. In 1991, he cared enough to take over the task of breathing life back into the Columbia Inter-Village Co-Rec Softball League. The league, founded by Pat...
  • Part three: Culture shock

    Part three: Culture shock
    Tribune Tower was in crisis, and the illustrations of penguins installed in the building's ornate lobby were meant as a constant reminder. With Tribune Co. revenues sliding and managers struggling to adjust to an Internet revolution, executives in early...
  • Pop culture's undying affection for zombies

    Pop culture's undying affection for zombies
    Daniel Ewald says he's ready when and if zombies ever take over. His Hampden home is fitted with solar panels to provide power in case he needs to be locked away. His partner is a former Eagle Scout with survival skills galore. And the two have honed...
  • Aberdeen: Legendary sports events figures in Aberdeen remembered

    The love of sports is legendary in Aberdeen. Sports figures and sports events have always been very important in daily life, and a number of outstanding athletes call Aberdeen their home. The Ripken family is famous for its contributions to the sports...
  • Presidential campaigns duke it out with their software apps for volunteers

    The Obama presidential campaign is debuting its latest online campaign organizing tool for the 2012 election, one that is expected to be use by volunteers across the country to connect with voters. The Wall Street Journal had a report on the tool --...
  • Maryland, land of 'progressive' taxation

    We taxpayers should be so very proud of our state leaders as evidenced by the increasingly frequent national attention given to the ineptitude of the Maryland General Assembly. Most recently, The Wall Street Journal highlights Gov.Martin O'Malley as the...
  • Reapers and hellfire: Drones and the slide into perpetual war

    Reapers and hellfire: Drones and the slide into perpetual war
    The poison seeps slowly into the future. No one notices. "The Obama administration," the Wall Street Journal informs us, "plans to arm Italy's fleet of Reaper drone aircraft, a move that could open the door for sales of advanced hunter-killer drone...
  • Journalists and grammar

    You may imagine that journalists, because they make their bread by wielding language, would (a) know something about grammar and usage and (b) write about grammar and usage intelligently. If so, you have a vivid imagination. I put it to you...