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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • The 3 percent solution [Editorial]

    The 3 percent solution  [Editorial]
    There's no greater test for any individual's faith in higher education than to sit down and write a tuition check. You may love your son or daughter absolutely, and you may have an unshakable faith in the college or university of their choice, but when...
  • State officials welcome federal review of health site

    State officials welcome federal review of health site
    Elected officials from both parties said Monday they welcome a pending federal review of Maryland's troubled health insurance exchange, even as they used the latest development to take swipes at one another ahead of this year's gubernatorial election....
  • Drawing insults, not fear, from our foes [Commentary]

    Drawing insults, not fear, from our foes [Commentary]
    Some of you tend to suffer MEGO ("my eyes glaze over") syndrome when the topic turns to foreign affairs. But you should do all you can to resist the temptation. The world remains too dangerous a place for America to divert its attention. Today, two...
  • A constant critic [Letter]

    A constant critic [Letter]
    I couldn't agree more with columnist Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s latest, insightful commentary ("The Republican's list of grievances grows long," March 23). He does have a habit of noting all the things that annoy him and turning them into Sunday columns....
  • Ehrlich wrong on Jewish views [Letter]

    Ehrlich wrong on Jewish views  [Letter]
    As the beloved Ronald Reagan might say, "there he goes again." Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s hypocrisy ("Liberals, too, get foot-in-mouth disease," Feb. 2) is absolutely mind-boggling. He excoriates "the staggering intolerance … practiced by the...
  • The media beast targets N.J. Gov. Chris Christie [Commentary]

    The media beast targets N.J. Gov. Chris Christie  [Commentary]
    I know and like New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, the man who has accomplished so much while leading a blue leaning, labor dominated northeastern state. And so it was with much angst that I watched the media circus (dressed up as a press conference) in...
  • In uncertain Howard races, finance reports may provide clue to competitiveness

    In uncertain Howard races, finance reports may provide clue to competitiveness
    With four state House representatives retiring, two delegates hoping to move up to positions in the state Senate and a County Council member and state senator campaigning to become the next county executive, Howard voters have a lot to take in this...
  • Hogan to seek public financing in GOP primary for governor

    Hogan to seek public financing in GOP primary for governor
    Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan said Monday that he will accept public financing in the GOP primary, becoming the second person seeking the office this year to participate in a system that had been dormant for almost two decades. The...
  • Campaign reform in action [Editorial]

    Conservative pro-business Republican Larry Hogan, a former appointments secretary under Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., and Del. Heather Mizeur, a liberal Democrat and ground-breaking advocate for gay rights who favors legalizing marijuana, wouldn't seem to...
  • Open Space falls short [Editorial]

    Open Space falls short  [Editorial]
    When it comes to preserving land and creating public parks, few government programs have succeeded like Maryland's Program Open Space. It has been one of the state's most effective weapons in the cause of protecting the environment and off-setting the...
  • Partial victory for the working poor [Editorial]

    Partial victory for the working poor  [Editorial]
    House of Delegates can take an important step toward lifting the prospects of Maryland's working poor this week when it votes on a measure to gradually increase the state's minimum wage to $10.10 an hour. But amendments the House made to Gov. Martin O'...
  • Does Ehrlich have any ideas? [Letter]

    Does Ehrlich have any ideas? [Letter]
    Once again, former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. offers a laundry list of Republican complaints about President Barack Obama in his Sunday column ("Obama doesn't scratch the Itch," March 2). Why The Sun continues to encourage this unimaginative...