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  • Turnabout is fair play for aggressive abortion protesters

    I love the idea of personally taking the fight over abortion directly to the overly aggressive anti-abortion protesters by publishing their home phone numbers ("Abortion fight widens," May 11). But in my opinion, this tactic should be taken even farther....
  • Abortion protesters deserve a taste of their own medicine

    Thank you for writing the article shining a light on anti-choice people who harass and humiliate people and their families who are not breaking any laws ("Abortion fight widens," May 11). To think that these people would go to a man's middle-school aged...
  • Robert B. Reich: Of bedrooms and boardrooms

    Robert B. Reich: Of bedrooms and boardrooms
    Some want the 2012 election to be about regulating America's bedrooms. But it really ought to be about regulating the nation's boardrooms. The bedroom regulators are on the move. Republicans don't want same-sex marriage. Mitt Romney says he's against it,...
  • Nearly 3,600 participate in first Komen race in Ocean City

    Nearly 3,600 participate in first Komen race in Ocean City
    Nearly 3,600 people ran or walked in the rainy and slippery inaugural Susan G. Komen breast cancer race in Ocean City Sunday, despite early concerns that a controversy involving Planned Parenthood could hurt attendance. Breast cancer survivors, their...
  • Rape and the mind of God

    Rape and the mind of God
    Indiana's Richard Mourdock, Illinois' Joe Walsh and Missouri's Todd Akin aren't doctors. They are Republicans running for the U.S. Senate or the House of Representatives. But they appear to have special knowledge of how a woman's body works, not to...
  • Obama has failed the nation

    I grew up in a Democratic home. My Dad was always very aware of what was happening in government. We have copies of letters Dad wrote to the politicians of his day and the responses he received. Dad kept a chart on the fridge of all the local, state and...
  • Abortion and gay marriage: Not all social issues are the same

    Abortion and gay marriage: Not all social issues are the same
    Just because things can be put on the same list doesn't mean they are necessarily similar. My attic contains within it thousands of comic books, an inflatable bed, some jigsaw puzzles, some family pictures and a "Frampton Comes Alive!" album. These things...
  • State gun bill blasted at Havre de Grace council meeting

    The state firearms control legislation moving through the Maryland General Assembly drew fierce criticism from two people during the Havre de Grace City Council meeting Monday night. Councilman Bill Martin was the first to speak against the bill and...
  • Leave liberal Hollywood to the liberals

    Leave liberal Hollywood to the liberals
    "We need to buy a movie studio." Amid the umpteen conferences, panels, meetings and informal conversations in the wake of the presidential election, this idea has been a near constant among conservatives who feel like the country is slipping through...
  • 20 reasons Bob Ehrlich is wrong

    Former Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. presents a 20-point platform for Republicans to "be proud of" ("A platform for the next Republican nominee," Nov. 18). Let's examine each of these points in detail, and the reader can decide if any of them are...
  • Common ground for bishops, Obama

    More than a few Catholic bishops spent this election feverishly warning their flock that voting for Barack Obama put their souls at risk and posed a grave threat to religious liberty. Now that the president has been re-elected with a majority of...
  • Anti-abortion group stirs speech debate at Hopkins

    Anti-abortion group stirs speech debate at Hopkins
    A group of students at the Johns Hopkins University is reviving a campus anti-abortion group that members say will perform "sidewalk counseling" — attempting to discourage pregnant women entering clinics from going through with the procedure....