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  • Zero tolerance for zero tolerance

     Zero tolerance for zero tolerance
    The zero tolerance mentality that many schools have incorporated is just so un-American. The mind-set is rigid, unyielding and is just utterly ridiculous ("Common sense in the classroom," Sept. 3). Our school systems have lost their focus on priorities,...
  • Route 1 restaurant owner will be remembered [Old Town Laurel]

    Sam & Elsie's Restaurant, just over the Howard County line, has been in operation since 1955. Long before Interstate 95 was a reality, no doubt countless thousands of cars passed by the popular eatery and watering hole, day and night. Tales of the...
  • Courts, not arrests, at heart of crime problem

     Courts, not arrests, at heart of crime problem
    The vitriolic discourse between Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Gov. Martin O'Malley should be directed to the judges and courts ("Don't return to a failed crime-fighting strategy," Sept. 22). The number of arrests don't matter if the courts fail...
  • Shutdown an indictment of our two-party system

     Shutdown an indictment of our two-party system
    Perhaps it's time for our nation to look long and hard at our faltering, staid conventional two-party system. It has pathetically morphed into a churlish, immature tug of war between the Democrats and Republicans ("Under federal shutdown, many Marylanders...
  • Suddenly, secession looks good

     Suddenly, secession looks good
    I used to be of the mind-set that secessionists were wild-eyed, "rugged individualism" folks who were rife with ideas that went against the grain of everything American. Now I find these same people are very intriguing. Secessionism is no longer a...
  • Wedded: Nadia Ennis and Rob Zanotti

    Wedded: Nadia Ennis and Rob Zanotti
    Date: Sept. 1, 2013 Her story: Nadia Ennis, 34, grew up in Freeport, Long Island. She is a veterinary technician at Belvedere Veterinary Center in Baltimore. Her parents are retired and live in Palm Bay, Fla. His story: Robert Zanotti, 34, was born in...
  • Bartenfelder says sales and secrecy have raised ire of Balto. Co. voters [Letter]

    Bartenfelder says sales and secrecy have raised ire of Balto. Co. voters [Letter]
    I have been following the actions of the Baltimore County government and the sale of county-owned property with great interest and concern. In all of my years on the County Council and in the House of Delegates, I have never seen such actions as these...
  • Police need outreach, not shake-up

    Police need outreach, not shake-up
    In the midst of a horrific summer with incomprehensible amounts of bloodshed, the Baltimore City Police Department is doing some internal shuffling ("Batts shakes up police top ranks," July 10). If these moves are meant to appease the citizens of...
  • City kids need a place to play

    City kids need a place to play
    As U.S. citizens, we have grown so comfortable with air conditioning that we tend to forget about its benefits. We take for granted in the brutally hot and humid months that the automobile we drive, the place we call home, the grocery store, our work...
  • Police must win the trust of city residents

    Police must win the trust of city residents
    The chasm between the Baltimore City Police Department and city residents seems to be widening ("Batts shakes up police top ranks," July 10). The only way out is simple: The police need to increase their communication with those whom they serve. For the...
  • As temperatures rise, leave the gun in the drawer

    As temperatures rise, leave the gun in the drawer
    I don't know how many, if any, people who carry illegal guns read The Sun, but for those who do I have a desperate plea: Leave your guns behind. Yes, that's correct. The heat is so oppressive, it feels like one is standing near a furnace. Tempers...
  • Grand Prix is a case of spinning wheels

    Grand Prix is a case of spinning wheels
    Urban blight in Baltimore is slowly oozing into more neighborhoods. Baltimore City Public Schools has made positive strides but have a long road to go in terms of improvement. Gang violence is on the uptick, and some neighborhoods are dying a slow urban...