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  • Obama is trying to run against George Bush, and Mitt Romney is letting him

    Obama is trying to run against George Bush, and Mitt Romney is letting him
    This is shaping up to be the second election in a row that's about someone who isn't on the ballot: George W. Bush. In 2008, Barack Obama won in no small part by turning the election into a referendum on President Bush and by claiming that a John...
  • As a columnist, Ehrlich can no longer be bothered with the facts

    For his many years of public service,Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.has rightfully earned the respect of Maryanders. But as a columnist whose byline now includes the tag "Maryland chairman for the Romney presidential campaign," he's put in jeopardy any semblance of...
  • 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...
  • Romney-Ryan will give us our country back

    Paul Ryan is the right pick for a vice presidential candidate who will energize the conservative base ("With Paul Ryan, Romney bets on the wrong vision for America," Aug. 12). He is a very strong conservative leader who is widely respected for his...
  • O'Malley defends Obama, slams Romney on Medicare

    Gov. Martin O'Malley, President Obama's go-to surrogate during the summer election season, slammed Republican candidate Mitt Romney Sunday morning on Medicare and taxes during an appearance on NBC's Meet the Press. The Maryland Democrat squared off...
  • Obama is the one hiding records

    I find The Sun's editorial regarding Mitt Romney's tax returns somewhat comical ("Many unhappy returns?" July 19). First, why the outcry for years of back tax returns other than something for the Democrats (and their spokesmen in the so-called mainstream...
  • Sarah Palin endorses Bongino for Senate

    Former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin has made another foray into Maryland politics, endorsing GOP candidate Dan Bongino in what she calls his "uphill battle" for the Senate, his campaign announced Monday. In 2010, the former Alaska...
  • ABC's Brian Ross and a press that disregards reputations of those it covers

    ABC's Brian Ross and a press that disregards reputations of those it covers
    Journalistic mistakes are easy to make in the immediate wake of events like the horrific shootings last week in a movie theater in Colorado. Bits and bites of information explode across myriad media. Meanwhile, revulsion at the violence mixes with...
  • Don't expect much excitement at the GOP convention

    Don't expect much excitement at the GOP convention
    In the long lull before the Republican National Convention in Tampa in late August, party leaders and strategists for Mitt Romney are calculating how they can put their collective best foot forward. This year, it will not be easy. The usual...
  • Akin's rape comments elicit anger in Md., U.S.

    Akin's rape comments elicit anger in Md., U.S.
    Furor surged in Maryland and across the country Monday over a Missouri congressman's comment that he opposes abortion in most cases of rape because women rarely become pregnant during a "legitimate rape." Though Rep. Todd Akin, a Republican who is...
  • GOP freshman challenges Maryland power structure

    GOP freshman challenges Maryland power structure
    By any standard measure, Neil Parrott's place in Maryland politics ought to be toward the very bottom. He's a freshman Republican delegate in a very blue state, without pedigree or government connections. Yet through dogged organizing and clever use of...
  • 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...