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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • More balance in The Sun, please!

    More balance in The Sun, please!
    For the Baltimore Sun to have ant semblance of objectivity, I suggest they invite University of Maryland business professor Peter Morici to respond to columns written by Thomas Schaller and/or Jules Witcover. Or better still, when one of these two very...
  • In Obama's America, the federal government comes first

    In Obama's America, the federal government comes first
    Elections have consequences. People who attain political power daily make decisions that affect citizens in myriad ways, some not so obvious. For example, one of the more underanalyzed (but long lasting) consequences of a re-elected Barack Obama is...
  • Where was outrage over Steele comment?

    Where was outrage over Steele comment?
    Well, well, well, The Sun has reported that the first "gaffe" in the governor's race came when Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler was secretly recorded (surely not by someone involved with the Brown campaign, wink, wink) telling supporters that Lt. Gov....
  • Ehrlich wrong: God loves those who help others

    With all due respect to former governor Robert L. Ehrlich's parents ("HUD latest vehicle for White House power grab," Aug. 25), there is no evidence in the Judeo-Christian Bible that "God helps those who help themselves." Yes, this is a long-standing...
  • Crumbling Dover Bridge on Eastern Shore may finally be replaced

    Crumbling Dover Bridge on Eastern Shore may finally be replaced
    Residents of the Middle Eastern Shore have learned through decades of hard experience that they can't trust the Dover Bridge. The decrepit relic of the Herbert Hoover years, which crosses the Choptank River between Talbot and Caroline counties, is...
  • O'Malley revels in rare bipartisan Shore moment

    O'Malley revels in rare bipartisan Shore moment
    Gov. Martin O'Malley enjoyed a rare occasion of bipartisan goodwill Friday as he ventured to the Eastern Shore to announce almost $160 million in long-awaited transportation projects to a region that has not given him much love in his statewide campaigns....
  • In blue Maryland, Andy Harris proudly stands on the right

    In blue Maryland, Andy Harris proudly stands on the right
    Just hours before the House of Representatives passed the bipartisan plan to reopen the government last week, Republicans emerged from a final meeting on the matter with grim faces and tight lips. Except for Rep. Andy Harris. While many of his...
  • Democrats are tougher than Republicans on border security

    Democrats are tougher than Republicans on border security
    In an otherwise unexceptional column on immigration reform, commentator Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. just can't restrain himself from reinforcing a totally false canard about Democrats and border security ("Immigration reform in sight," July 7). Mr. Ehrlich...
  • Yes, we really do keep senior citizens behind bars

    Yes, we really do keep senior citizens behind bars
    One of the ironic consequences of the Maryland Court of Appeals' ruling in the matter of criminals sentenced to life in prison is that it undermines, with fine judicial reasoning, what two Democratic governors tried to keep in place with crass political...
  • For Harford's Craig, a milestone as county executive

    For Harford's Craig, a milestone as county executive
    Harford County Executive David Craig passed a significant milestone in his political career when he came to work this week. Sunday marked the eighth anniversary of Craig taking the oath of office as county executive and on Monday, he entered his ninth...
  • Plans for Sparrows Point LNG terminal scrapped

    Plans for Sparrows Point LNG terminal scrapped
    An energy company that wanted to build a terminal in Sparrows Point to import liquefied natural gas and an 88-mile pipeline into Pennsylvania has scrapped those plans after a seven-year fight over safety and environmental concerns. Arlington, Va.-...
  • Lawmakers should have approved casino gambling years ago

    Lawmakers should have approved casino gambling years ago
    The citizens of Maryland should be extremely elated over the "take" of our state's gambling casinos ("Casino take soars in June," July 6). They should also be doubly dejected over the time wasted to achieve this goal. Years ago, former Gov. Robert L....