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  • The race is on

    The race is on
    With Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler's official entry into the gubernatorial race today, we may now have before us the complete field in both parties for what has the potential to be the most competitive contest to lead Maryland in a generation....
  • The Obamacare defunding madness

    The Obamacare defunding madness
    Surely, even for Democrats there's remarkably little joy to be had in watching mainstream Republicans turn on Senators Mike Lee and Ted Cruz for forcing the GOP into a suicide mission. The big show in Washington — the final (at least one can hope)...
  • Tax credits for working families [Editorial]

    Tax credits for working families  [Editorial]
    Class, here's a pop quiz on Washington's view of economics. Who gave the following unsolicited endorsements of the Earned Income Tax Credit, the refundable federal tax credit for low and moderate income workers? The program gives "families flexibility...
  • Immigration cover story [Editorial]

    Immigration cover story  [Editorial]
    Even his supporters must have gotten a chuckle out of House Speaker John Boehner's declaration that immigration reform is in its death throes in his chamber because President Barack Obama can't be trusted to enforce whatever law they pass. As a bit of...
  • Republican to challenge Quirk for 1st District seat

    Republican to challenge Quirk for 1st District seat
    After two setbacks in his challenges of Democratic incumbents in the Maryland General Assembly, Albert Nalley has decided to try his hand at unseating incumbent Democratic Councilman Tom Quirk to represent the 1st District of Baltimore County. Nalley, a...
  • Republicans are the dividers [Letter]

    Republicans are the dividers [Letter]
    What is Peter Morici talking about ("Obama's policies divide the nation?" Feb. 18)? President Barack Obama dividing the country? On my planet, I've seen and heard divisive rants and actions from the tea party faction of the Republican Party, from Sens....
  • GOP's Obamacare insanity

     GOP's Obamacare insanity
    The psychologist Carl Jung once defined insanity as when a part of the personality detaches itself from the rest and attempts to act as if it were the whole personality. This is exactly what Thomas F. Schaller means when he refers to the insanity of the...
  • Is sanity creeping into the GOP leadership? [Commentary]

    Is sanity creeping into the GOP leadership? [Commentary]
    Is it possible that the adults in Congress are finally taking over? That prospect has reared its head in the decision of Republican leaders in both the House and Senate to back away from another threatened government shutdown by swallowing an...
  • Md. group to host Paul for fundraiser

    Md. group to host Paul for fundraiser
    An organization aiming to "build the statewide liberty movement" in Maryland will host Sen. Rand Paul -- a Kentucky Republican often touted as a potential presidential candidate -- for a fundraiser next month. The Maryland Liberty PAC, run by a...
  • The unproductive shutdown

    The unproductive shutdown
    For many Americans, the shutdown of the federal government has few, if any, immediate consequences. The mail will still be delivered, taxes will be owed, and many other services will continue for a time (even as some basic functions, from keeping Head...
  • Congress steers government toward shutdown

    Congress steers government toward shutdown
    Lawmakers in Congress failed to settle on legislation Monday to end the latest budget showdown, forcing federal agencies to begin shutting down services for the first time in 17 years. The Republican-led House and Democratic Senate majority, unable to...
  • A deal, three weeks too late

    A deal, three weeks too late
    Thanks to last-minute negotiations between Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, the government of the United States open, and the threat that the nation will default on its debts for the first time has lifted, at...