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  • Stronach again fails Maryland horse racing

    Stronach again fails Maryland horse racing
    The best spin you can give Frank Stronach is that he has good intentions but makes bad deals with inappropriate partners — people who seem more interested in slot-machine riches than in the thoroughbred racing he loves.
  • Owners' actions argue for seizure of horse tracks

    Owners' actions argue for seizure of horse tracks
    Eminent domain, which gives government authority to forcibly purchase private property, is a last resort in countries that aren't run by juntas or Politburos. It's potent and potentially abusive. It should be exercised only in matters of public...

    Is O'Malley annoyed that he's still governor?

    Is O'Malley annoyed that he's still governor?
    Somewhere on his path to Washington Gov. Martin O'Malley tired of the little people. Nowhere was it more evident than last week when he berated Penn National Gaming CEO Peter Carlino for defending his business. He took particular exception to Mr....

    With Republicans like these, who needs Democrats?

    With Republicans like these, who needs Democrats?
    Republicans in Maryland often wonder why they lose. The letter sent last week by Michael Steele and Audrey Scott to Maryland Republicans urging them to vote for expanded gambling is a perfect example of how the party solidifies its minority status. In...

    O'Malley's thuggish side

    O'Malley's thuggish side
    Attention national media: You know Martin O'Malley, defender of the underdog. It's time to get to know Martin O'Malley, thug. The Maryland governor, widely rumored to harbor presidential aspirations, canonized himself in the progressive movement for...