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  • Table Talk: Charm City Cakes introduces cake design within reach

    Table Talk: Charm City Cakes introduces cake design within reach
    Fans of "Ace of Cakes" have always wanted two things. They wanted their own cake from Charm City Cakes, and they wanted to stop by the Remington bakery and have a look around. But even the basic wedding cake costs $750 (never mind the sculpted specialty...
  • Sarbanes: In Afghanistan, challenge and doubt

    Sarbanes: In Afghanistan, challenge and doubt
    On March 25th, I returned with three other members of Congress from a six-day trip to Iraq and Afghanistan. I came away, as all do, tremendously impressed by the commitment of American soldiers and civilians to executing their mission. We were in...
  • Leaked documents add details about Maryland terror suspect

    An Owings Mills High School graduate who is being held in military detention at Guantanamo Bay showed his willingness to become an al-Qaida martyr by participating in a plot to assassinate Pakistan's president, the government alleges in classified...
  • Sarbanes should vote to get us out of Afghanistan

    As a member of the Pledge of Resistance-Baltimore, a group that has been lobbying Rep. John Sarbanes to vote against any more funding for the war in Afghanistan, I read with interest his commentary following a recent fact-finding trip there ("In...
  • What had to be done

    What had to be done
    Ten years, two wars, and countless false starts and wrong turns after the most terrible criminal act ever committed on American soil, the man responsible for nearly 3,000 deaths on Sept. 11, 2001, has been killed. It is unlikely that ever before in...
  • US should not send food to North Korea

    The U.S. is the world's leading humanitarian nation and has been one of the largest donors of emergency food to North Korea. The New York Times insists policymakers should continue to focus on the humanitarian virtues of giving food to madman Kim Jong...
  • Feds block rice with invasive insect from entering country at Baltimore port

    Baltimore Customs and Border Protection agents have ordered a shipping container of rice from Pakistan to be sent back or destroyed in an effort to block a destructive, invasive beetle from entering the United States. Customs officials said in a...
  • Religious terrorism didn't start, won't end with bin Laden

    Religious terrorism didn't start, won't end with bin Laden
    In evaluating Osama bin Laden's dubious legacy, it is important to note that there was nothing new about religiously inspired terrorism when this rich Saudi exile convened a small group of jihadists in his Peshawar, Pakistan, home in 1988 to found al-...
  • When is a war not a war? When Americans can't get hurt, Obama says

    When is a war not a war? When Americans can't get hurt, Obama says
    The Obama administration has come up with a remarkable justification for going to war against Libya without the congressional approval required by the Constitution and the War Powers Act of 1973. American planes are taking off, they are entering Libyan...
  • Obama leaves the job undone in Afghanistan

    During the campaign summer of 2008, candidate Obama said of Afghanistan, "This is a war that we have to win." Yet now, although progress is being made the job is still very much unfinished, we find Obama as president extracting our resources from...
  • Obama can't get his story straight on bin Laden

    Anyone who didn't spot a whopper in the headline "Bin Laden surrender was nearly impossible" (May 4) obviously hasn't lived through the Vietnam, Iraq or Afghanistan Wars. The simple fact that the U.S. government can't get its story straight from the...
  • The 'peace dividend' from ending the Afghan war

    Unless Americans are committed to a long and expensive process of nation building, it makes no sense to have a huge military footprint in Afghanistan. Since al-Qaida is no longer in Afghanistan but in Pakistan, the Arabian Peninsula and sub-Saharan Africa...