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  • Wolf Blitzer tells Donald Trump he sounds 'ridiculous' on Obama birther talk

    Wolf Blitzer tells Donald Trump he sounds 'ridiculous' on Obama birther talk
    Finally, someone in the TV news business told Donald Trump he's ridiculous. Now, if they would just stop giving him airtime. Wolf Blitzer, one of the most evenhanded interviewers in the news business, had enough of Trump playing his games of...
  • Meningitis scare calls for tougher rules, but would Romney go there?

    After reading the article in The Sun, "Report finds lax pharmacy oversight," (Oct. 30) I was prompted to write in. While Mitt Romney, the Republican candidate for president, argues for reducing the role of the federal government, particularly with respect...
  • God's will, rape and Romney

    Will the negative media coverage created by Indiana Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock's incendiary remark, "even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, it is something that God intended to happen," be drowned in Hurricane Sandy'...
  • Sandy offered a lesson in climate change

    For almost 30 years now, Hieronimus & Co. in its various radio broadcasts, television, print, online, and other public forums has addressed the increasing weather extremes as a result of global warming. This discussion began in earnest in 1985 among...
  • Republicans support same-sex marriage, too

    Most election cycles voters are faced with various questions and referendums when they enter the voting booth. I write today highlighting one of the most important and controversial questions that Maryland voters will have the final say on. Question 6,...
  • 'Voters of tomorrow' weigh in on 2012 election

    'Voters of tomorrow' weigh in on 2012 election
    If 2,500 Baltimore middle school students have their way Tuesday, President Barack Obama will be re-elected, children of some illegal immigrants will pay in-state tuition rates, same-sex couples can marry and gambling in Maryland will not expand. The...
  • Crowds expected at polls on Election Day Tuesday

    Crowds expected at polls on Election Day Tuesday
    If early voting numbers are any indication, the polls will be packed Tuesday on Election Day. By late Thursday afternoon, an estimated 6 percent of Harford's eligible voters had cast their ballot, leaving plenty of others left to vote on Election Day....
  • Obama has failed the nation

    I grew up in a Democratic home. My Dad was always very aware of what was happening in government. We have copies of letters Dad wrote to the politicians of his day and the responses he received. Dad kept a chart on the fridge of all the local, state and...
  • 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...
  • A president's beginnings

    In reading Thomas F. Schaller's commentary ("The virtues of a president with humble origins," Oct. 31), I didn't see John F. Kennedy's name listed as one of our wealthiest presidents. "Mitt Romney was born to both political and economic privilege" made...
  • Romney wins a Denver snoozefest

    Romney wins a Denver snoozefest
    Mitt Romney won Wednesday night's debate with President Barack Obama. That might be a substantial help to him in the presidential race — if enough Americans managed to stay awake through the whole thing. This first encounter between the...
  • President Obama has steered the nation wisely through troubled times

    I was flabbergasted by Stanley Glinka's recent letter criticizing President Obama's performance in office ("Obama made U.S. weaker, more vulnerable," Oct. 31). He obviously lives in a different country than the rest of us. Let me point out that over...