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  • Paul Ryan pick a sign of desperation

    Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., in his Aug. 19 column in The Sun, views Mitt Romney's selection of Paul Ryan to be his running mate as a "bold" choice ("Paul Ryan is a good pick — but very risky"). I see it, instead, as a move of desperation. Mr. Romney is...
  • The nation's other debt crisis

    The nation's other debt crisis
    If you have a college student in the family — or an interest in presidential politics — by now you've probably heard that the interest rates on Stafford student loans are set to double on July 1 unless Congress takes action. President Barack...
  • '60 Minutes,' Schieffer do skilled job in first prime-time Romney-Ryan interview

    '60 Minutes,' Schieffer do skilled job in first prime-time Romney-Ryan interview
    Mitt Romney's campaign got its shot at introducing Paul Ryan to America Saturday morning in front of the USS Wisconsin in Norfolk, Va. But the more important introduction in terms of mainstream America came Sunday night courtesy of '60 Minutes,' which...
  • With Ryan, Romney can win -- and restore America

    With Ryan, Romney can win -- and restore America
    Last Thursday's Wall Street Journal editorial "Why Not Paul Ryan?" made the case for his selection as the Republican vice-presidential nominee in this statement: "Romney can win a big election over big issues. He'll lose a small one." After Mr. Ryan's...
  • Ryan, Romney embrace a hyper-individualistic view of America's past and future

    Ryan, Romney embrace a hyper-individualistic view of America's past and future
    With his surprising selection of Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate, Republican Mitt Romney is asking Americans to choose between competing narratives of our past, interpretations of present realities and visions of our future. According to the...
  • Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney and the GOP's push for theocracy

    Rep. Paul Ryan made a curious and troubling statement in his roll out as the Republican vice presidential candidate. He said "our rights come from God or nature, not from government." As a member of this government for the last dozen years, I am certain...
  • Paul Ryan is the anti-Palin

    Paul Ryan is the anti-Palin
    Mitt Romney's chosen running mate, Paul Ryan, is the reverse of Sarah Palin. She was all right-wing flash without much substance. He's all right-wing substance without much flash. Mr. Ryan is not a firebrand. He's not smarmy. He doesn't ooze contempt for...
  • County politicos of both parties excited by Romney's VP pick

    County politicos of both parties excited by Romney's VP pick
    When GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, of Wisconsin, as his running mate last week, members of both political parties around the country and in Howard County welcomed the news. "I think Paul Ryan is an excellent...
  • Just because Paul Ryan proposes it doesn't make it wrong

    The editorial in Sunday's Sunpaper entitled "The wrong vision" (Aug. 12) seems to be a print version of the PAC-inspired attack ads that evidently have impressed your editors enough to take the syncopated view that any idea that isn't from the current...
  • If Ryan's plan is wrong, where is Obama's alternative?

    The Sunday Baltimore Sun editorial regarding the selection of Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney's running mate ("The wrong vision," Aug. 12), is flat wrong. The fact that The Baltimore Sun believes in sending more money to the federal government for programs...
  • With Ryan in the race, a serious debate can begin

    Regarding your editorial on the selection of Rep. Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney's vice-presidential running mate, the question of vision you raise can be restated in terms of whether government has become too large and pervasive in the lives of average...
  • A conspicuous absence in Tampa: George W. Bush

    A conspicuous absence in Tampa: George W. Bush
    Since exiting the White House in January 2009, George W. Bush has effectively managed to keep himself out of the spotlight. While a handful of news stories have captured Mr. Bush's promotion of his cancer initiative in Africa and furnished updates on...