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  • Rick Perry: Is the press being fair and accurate in its coverage of him?

    Rick Perry: Is the press being fair and accurate in its coverage of him?
    I doubt this modest request will be heard over the fevered roar for the scalp of Texas Gov. Rick Perry that the media has been sounding since he announced his candidacy for president. There is almost a palpable bloodlust to bring this guy down -- and it...
  • First step to fix budget: Make campaign contributions transparent

    Warren Buffet, the billionaire investor, is right about raising taxes for the wealthiest Americans to balance the budget. Mr. Buffet should also propose two additional reforms. They are first, list campaign contributions given congressional and...
  • Three Harford schools place on Post's top high schools list

    Three Harford County high schools have placed on The Washington Post's 2011 America's Top High Schools list. Patterson Mill, C. Milton Wright and Bel Air high schools all placed on the list, which grades public high schools around the nation based on how...
  • Living in Maryland is far superior to living in Texas

    Having just moved back to Maryland after 23 years in Dallas, I think I can bring some insight as to Texas' merits vs. Maryland. ("A Texas remedy for what ails Maryland jobs," June 22) First, there is the myth that Texas is cheaper to live in than other...
  • Texas beats Maryland

    A "Readers Respond" letter in The Sun ("Living in Maryland is far superior to living in Texas," June 28) contained some significant factual inaccuracies. The writer contends that the cost-of-living is less in Maryland than in Texas. According to CNBC,...
  • Induction Day at Naval Academy a blur of commands, requirements

    Induction Day at Naval Academy a blur of commands, requirements
    The plebes looked stunned. Under a relentless barrage of commands, most of them bellowed, some 1,200 members of the U.S. Naval Academy's Class of 2015 ran the gantlet of induction Thursday, a process that by any definition appeared to be an ordeal. In...
  • I love watching baseball on TV, but can't take the Orioles any longer

    I love watching baseball on TV, but can't take the Orioles any longer
    TV baseball has been one of the great pleasures of my adult life. Coming home at 8 or 9 p.m. after a long day of covering a media world that has gone nasty and mad, I would click on MASN's coverage of the Baltimore Orioles the way some folks might pour...
  • Tex-Mex raises its ugly head again

     
    I’m still getting e-mails from people wanting to know where to get Tex-Mex around here. I feel a Top 10 is inevitable.Nothing against Tex-Mex, in spite of my headline. When you're in the mood, fajitas and a margarita hit the......
  • The greatest Top 10 idea ever?

     
    I should never complain about having to do Top 10 lists, because they have almost single-handedly made Dining@Large the viewing success it is today. But as far reaching as some of the subjects have been (bacon spinoffs: still waiting in......
  • Top Ten memorable meals

     
    I put out a call for Top Ten Tuesday ideas, and Dining@Large readers came through so well that I seriously considered doing a Top Ten list of Top Ten list suggestions.Which did I choose? None of them.It was urged from......
  • 'Top Chef D.C.': A capital beginning

     
    It's time for the premiere of Top Chef D.C., which, as you can tell by the title was filmed just down the road. What you can't tell from the title, but know if you've been paying attention here or......
  • The curious captains of a reckless industry

    When the U.S. Navy began its great sell-off of surplus ships in 1991, Richard Jaross was among the first to see an opportunity.He began dismantling Navy ships at a California scrapyard, where workers were exposed to lead and asbestos. He came to Baltimore...