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  • In gauging Maryland's competitiveness, stick to the facts

    In gauging Maryland's competitiveness, stick to the facts
    In his recent State of the State speech, Gov. Martin O'Malley said, "Our story, Maryland's story, is the story of better choices and better results." This is certainly the kind of high rhetorical flourish we have come to expect from state leaders during...
  • Will Wall Street prevail?

    Will Wall Street prevail?
    Corporate-sponsored groups have launched a campaign of litigation in the lower federal courts challenging the legality of the second major piece of President Barack Obama's legislative program, one that received a lot of attention in last week's first...
  • Daum: Bring in Obama the Hulk

    Daum: Bring in Obama the Hulk
    ++++++++++++++++++++ ||     || ++++++++++++++++++++ It's hard to say which is more cringe-worthy: President Barack Obama's debate performance last week or his efforts to control the damage by poking fun at himself. In Los Angeles on Sunday night, Mr....
  • Sarah Brady visits Annapolis to back gun bill

    Sarah Brady, chairwoman of the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence, visited Annapolis Wednesday to meet with Gov. Martin O'Malley, Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown and legislative leaders and express her support for O'Malley's comprehensive gun legislation....
  • U.S. and Russia can reduce nuclear threat

    U.S. and Russia can reduce nuclear threat
    The Sun observed in a recent editorial that President Barack Obama's call to reduce the threat of nuclear war "could not have been more timely" ("Avoiding Armageddon," Feb. 18). It would be impossible to agree more with that sentiment. Since the Cold...
  • Elite players with damaged reputations may sink in draft to Ravens

    Elite players with damaged reputations may sink in draft to Ravens
    Troubled former Louisiana State star cornerback Tyrann Mathieu is painfully aware of just how much he's damage he's inflicted on his reputation with potential NFL employers, and how his many transgressions with drugs have cost him financially. Mathieu's...
  • Needed: A new foreign policy

    Needed: A new foreign policy
    On Monday, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney delivered a foreign policy speech to cadets at the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va. He was correct in his indictment of the Obama administration for its numerous failures --...
  • A more aggressive Obama makes for a most intense, contentious debate

    A more aggressive Obama makes for a most intense, contentious debate
    President Barack Obama came out swinging Tuesday night in the  town hall debate with Mitt Romney, and while he didn't land any pure knockdown punches, his base is sure to be encouraged by seeing a a president on TV who once again seemed engaged in the...
  • Don't force helmets on bike riders

    Don't force helmets on bike riders
    In the article by Scott Dance ("Helmet bill gets objections from bike advocates," Feb. 13), a supporter of the helmet bill, Nancy Floreen, is quoted as saying, "We have a moral obligation to help people in this regard." So, even if help is neither...
  • Operation Hubris

    Operation Hubris
    One of the great things about American politics is its capacity for punishing hubris. For the ancient Greeks, hubris didn't merely describe god-like arrogance. It was a crime, usually defined as taking too much pleasure in the humiliation of your foes....
  • Job creators, or return seekers?

    Job creators, or return seekers?
    The almost two decades since the Clinton tax increase in 1993 have constituted a mighty experiment in macroeconomics. That period — more than a quarter of the entire postwar era — is divided into two periods of almost one half each, the...
  • Obama's economic spin: a new pony or manure?

    Obama's economic spin: a new pony or manure?
    It was arguably Ronald Reagan's favorite joke. In one version, two kids -- one an optimist, the other a pessimist -- rush downstairs on Christmas morning. The pessimistic kid gets a new bike and weeps that he'll probably break it soon. The optimistic...