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Bill Clinton

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  • Where are the real statesmen when you need them?

    Why isn't President Obama taking a lead role in resolving the fiscal issues at hand? He keeps harping on taxing the rich — which would solve about 5 percent of the problem — but not proposing any other concrete solutions ("Bucking the pledge,"...
  • Palin for president in 2016? You betcha!

    I notice how positive articles about Sarah Palin seem to really get her critics stirring ("Palin for president? Very funny," Nov. 28). Not only does the comments section seem to be overwhelmed, but letters to the editor surface as well. As a Palin...
  • A debate about debates

    A debate about debates
    Dictionary.com defines a "debate" as: "A formal contest in which the affirmative and negative sides of a proposition are advocated by opposing speakers." That is not what will take place during three exchanges between President Barack Obama and...
  • Tech to the rescue: STEM industries can lead the charge in reviving Maryland's economy

    Tech to the rescue: STEM industries can lead the charge in reviving Maryland's economy
    The increasingly hyperbolic diatribes in the presidential campaigns have drowned out any focus on the single most important issue on Maryland voters' minds: jobs. It's time to stop the political attacks and put forward ideas to attack the economy's core...
  • Federal workers, others oppose poultry inspection overhaul

    Federal workers, others oppose poultry inspection overhaul
    Federal workers' unions and food safety groups have joined to oppose new rules proposed by the Department of Agriculture to streamline federal poultry inspections. The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service says the rules would "modernize"...
  • Bipartisan Maryland leaders advocate for debt solution

    They haven't solved the nation's fiscal crisis yet, but an advocacy group forming Monday in Maryland already has accomplished another political miracle: bringing together the operatives of Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley and former Republican Gov....
  • Romney inadvertently shows why he lost

    Romney inadvertently shows why he lost
    Defeated presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who helped do himself in with his closed-door characterization of nearly half of all Americans as content to live off federal handouts, wasted no time doubling down on the theory. He did so in a conference call...
  • Music and ministry mix in Sing for King concert

    Music and ministry mix in Sing for King concert
    According to North Laurel musician Mack Statham, if we quiet our spirits and reflect more deeply on what Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached, what we are searching for exists outside race, creed, color or religion. "Everybody is interested in...
  • Revisionist history of the Clinton impeachment

    I'm not saying that Jean Marbella deliberately tried to mislead readers in her recent column ("In all these sex scandals, see a double standard," Nov. 18) in which she implied that Bill Clinton had been impeached because he had had a sexual affair with...
  • 20 reasons Bob Ehrlich is wrong

    Former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. presents a 20-point platform for Republicans to "be proud of" ("A platform for the next Republican nominee," Nov. 18). Let's examine each of these points in detail, and the reader can decide if any of them are...
  • For former members, life after Congress

    For former members, life after Congress
    Connie Morella served as an ambassador in Paris. Helen Bentley became a consultant to the port of Baltimore. Wayne Gilchrest opened an environmental education center on the Eastern Shore. Former members of Congress from Maryland, they rebounded from...
  • Greens, Libertarians launch new drives after ruling keeps them off Md. ballot

    The Green and Libertarian parties are launching new petition drives to get their candidates for president and other offices on Maryland's November ballot after losing a battle before the state's highest court. The Maryland Court of Appeals ruled Monday...