I was fascinated to see that The Sun's editorial board and columnist Dan Rodricks, after rejecting Republican candidates, now have graciously offered advice on how they should govern ("A to-do list for Larry Hogan," Nov. 9).
The Republicans were successful because they rejected The Sun's ultra liberal ideas. How long does it take to convince you that the majority of citizens are fed up with rising taxes, wasteful spending, lies, abandonment of existing laws, etc., etc.?
Maybe if you adjusted your thinking to be in line with the majority of citizens, you would stop the downward spiral of your circulation.