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  • Americans today are distracted, uninformed and disengaged

    Your editorial laments the poor voter turn-out in last week's general election and suggests local elections should be rescheduled to coincide with state and national elections ("A waste of time, money," Nov. 13). But the real problem is the more general...
  • Occupy Baltimore says Baltimore Police interrupted Celebration concert

    Occupy Baltimore says Baltimore Police interrupted Celebration concert
    Occupy Baltimore organizers blamed Baltimore Police for the cancellation of a concert Saturday by the band Celebration. They said police warned them any concerts at McKeldin Square would be shut down, and the concert was canceled preemptively. Baltimore...
  • 'Occupy' protesters disrupt Karl Rove at Hopkins

    'Occupy' protesters disrupt Karl Rove at Hopkins
    About 15 protesters were asked to leave a speech by Karl Rove at Johns Hopkins University after staging "organized disruption," a university official said. Some protesters were forcibly removed from the auditorium, said spokeswoman Tracey A. Reeves....
  • Occupy Wall Street: Don't let NY raid derail the movement

    I'm worried the confrontation between "grim-faced riot police" and the relatively peaceful demonstrators in New York's Zuccotti Park may spell the end to an important movement. Now these crackdowns are occurring in many other places, and I fear the next...
  • 'Occupy' still needs the mainstream media

    'Occupy' still needs the mainstream media
    Whether or not you agree with the Occupy protesters recently rousted from Manhattan's Zuccotti Park, still camping out at Baltimore's Inner Harbor and making their presence known in other cities across America, the movement has made one thing clear: The...
  • Campaign financing ought to top Occupy agenda

    I agree that Occupy Wall Street needs to grow up to become the true anti-tea party it should be ("Time to grow up," Nov. 17). It needs to copy the highly successful, and savvy David Koch political tactics of the tea party itself. It needs to organize...
  • 200 Occupy, union protesters rally on Howard St. bridge

    200 Occupy, union protesters rally on Howard St. bridge
    Chanting "We are the 99 percent," more than 200 protesters affiliated with Occupy Baltimore, unions and an activist group called Good Jobs Better Bmore marched across the Howard Street bridge during rush hour Thursday evening. The protesters, who threw a...
  • Occupy has stated its case; will the politicians heed it?

    The Sun says it's time for the Occupy Wall Street movement to grow up ("Time to grow up," Nov. 17), urging the protesters to "develop goals beyond camping in public." It would be instructive to ask The Sun, where is the outrage, the righteous...
  • It's not the cops' fault that the Occupy movement has sputtered

    The Sun just printed a letter headlined "Occupy Wall Street: Don't let NY raid derail the movement." An eye opening letter. I should have known it was the police department's fault that the movement had sputtered. Silly me, I just assumed that the...
  • The curse of Mitt's millions

    The curse of Mitt's millions
    Although Mitt Romneyis now on the brink of nomination as the 2012 Republican presidential standard-bearer, the question remains as to why so much doubt lingers about him. A central concern seems to be that he's just too rich to understand the problems...
  • The occupation will be televised, at least on the Web

    The scene was more or less what I'd expected: lots of tents, lots of animated conversations among bohemian types who hadn't had enough sleep. But something was missing. "I didn't hear any drumming," I remarked as Robert Brune and I made the drive back...
  • Romney: The ideal foil for Democrats' class warfare campaign

    Romney: The ideal foil for Democrats' class warfare campaign
    It was going to happen anyway, but Mitt Romney's wealth and history as a healer of troubled corporations doubly assures that this year's presidential campaign will see a return in spades to good old "class warfare." David Axelrod, President Obama's chief...