Late last month, Maryland's Justice Reinvestment Coordinating Council released a comprehensive reform package that will save hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars over the next 10 years and make our streets safer. This move should be applauded and is long overdue. It represents a dedication by Maryland's leaders to reform a bloated and inefficient corrections system.
With the national and international focus on Baltimore and discussion of what ails our inner-city neighborhoods, a new opportunity has arisen. We can ascertain why my father's efforts did not succeed and what else needs to be done to help not only Sandtown, but all the country's blighted inner-city neighborhoods.
History should give Democrats pause before they go "all in" on Hillary again.
American culture is increasingly secular and permissive, says Bob Ehrlich.
The Democrats have led the country astray; vote them out.