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  • Terrorists usher in the 'End of Satire'

    Terrorists usher in the 'End of Satire'
    Dear Terrorists: OK, you win. We surrender. Never thought I'd say that, but then, I never thought I'd see gunmen burst into the offices of a satirical magazine as happened last Wednesday in Paris. Never thought I'd see 12 people killed -- most were...
  • Old 401(k)s: out of sight - and out of money

    Is there any way that America's current do-it-yourself retirement system won't be a recipe for complete and total disaster? Think about it: First, we run the whole thing through the cheapskate employers. Then we combine those bosses with a predatory...
  • Submit your Ravens questions for Mike Preston

    Submit your Ravens questions for Mike Preston
    Have a Ravens-related question for Baltimore Sun columnist Mike Preston? Email your questions to sports@baltimoresun.com. It could appear in a Q&A with Preston next week on baltimoresun.com.
  • Paris violence may portend upmanship between Al Qaeda group, Islamic State

    Paris violence may portend upmanship between Al Qaeda group, Islamic State
    The remote Persian Gulf nation of Yemen has been frequently mentioned this week after the attack on a magazine office in Paris, especially after a spokesman for Al Qaeda's affiliate there appeared Friday to claim responsibility for the attack as...
  • Charlie Hebdo attack suspects remain on the run

    Charlie Hebdo attack suspects remain on the run
    France mourned its dead Thursday amid a national sense of alarm as law enforcement authorities using a massive dragnet searched for two brothers suspected in the massacre of a dozen people at a Paris magazine. As of early Friday, the two men had...
  • Bill Maher tackles Paris attacks, Bill Cosby on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

    Bill Maher tackles Paris attacks, Bill Cosby on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
    Bill Maher hasn't been on vacation long — his show ended its 12th season in late November, but it's clear he's champing at the bit to get back to work, as evidenced by his appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Wednesday night. The terror attack in...
  • Charlie Hebdo victims were martyrs, but no saints

    Both the unifying power of social media and their tendency to oversimplify were on full display as word spread of the horrendous murders in Paris at the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. The ghastly, workmanlike slaughter of cartoonists,...
  • Terrorists must not stifle free speech: Their Take

    'Fearless to the death' Most Americans never encountered the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. But they know today that the magazine was fearless in the face of threats. Fearless to the death. On Wednesday, two masked gunmen stormed into the...
  • In Wake Of Attack, We Are All Charlie

    In Wake Of Attack, We Are All Charlie
    Barbarians kill journalists to try to silence other journalists. And when has that ever worked? But the craven monsters who killed a dozen people at a satirical magazine in Paris on Wednesday targeted more than writers and cartoonists. Every person...
  • French satire magazine's raison d'etre: mocking, challenging

    The prophet is locked in an embrace, his arm encircling a French cartoonist, their lips locked. They drool. The prophet raises a finger, pointing to a word bubble. “100 lashes if you don’t laugh.” The prophet is on all fours,...
  • Columnist is stuck in 1962

    Charles Krauthammer’s Jan. 2 commentary on the resumption of U.S./Cuban relations, although completely predictable, was laughable at best, depressing at worst. The embargo, in place for more than half a century, hasn’t accomplished a thing,...