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  • The battle for the Cato Institute

    I knew Ed Crane just slightly in 1977, when he helped found the Cato Institute. I had only modest expectations. A serious, influential libertarian think tank was a doubtful idea back then. But Crane and those around him have made it a reality. And while...
  • Comeback Athlete winners provide inspiration at Methodist Sports Medicine Awards

    Comeback Athlete winners provide inspiration at Methodist Sports Medicine Awards
    For the seventh consecutive year, Methodist Sports Medicine recognized outstanding student athletes who have overcome incredibly difficult circumstances to achieve success. At the banquet Thursday held at the Indiana Roof Ballroom, a video profile was...
  • Politicians in Annapolis gambling away the budget

    Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to bury the notion of Governing. It has been suffering the ravages of age for some time now, so it perhaps would not be surprised that people gather to bury rather than praise it. And yet the site of its...
  • Suspected Train Groper Arrested Thanks To Pic Snapped By Victim

    Suspected Train Groper Arrested Thanks To Pic Snapped By Victim
    Police have arrested a man accused of forcibly touching a woman in a Brooklyn subway station. Officers believe Stuart Cato, 39, of Queens, was the man photographed by his quick thinking victim after he grabbed her buttocks. "I am so glad these young...
  • Convert defense cuts into civilian benefits

    Convert defense cuts into civilian benefits
    Weapons-makers, ideologues and Defense Secretary Leon Panetta are busy whipping up fears in reaction to scheduled reductions in our bloated military budget. Don't be fooled. These cuts will not put our security at risk, though they will cut into profits...
  • Norquist's 'beast' thrives

    Norquist's 'beast' thrives
    For the last 20 years, the charming Grover Norquist has been perhaps the most successful of American political entrepreneurs, having used a letterhead and small office to secure "no tax" pledges from a near-majority of Congress members and myriads of...
  • Woman, 79, dies from September beating injuries

    Woman, 79, dies from September beating injuries
    The death of a 79-year-old woman whose daughter is charged with beating her following a car crash in September was ruled a homicide today. Thelma Watkins-Cato of the 10500 block of South King Drive was pronounced dead Thursday, according to a spokesman...
  • Chris Hays: The Prospector After Cord Sandberg and Pete Dinovo state's 2013 QB talent pool gets shallow

    Chris Hays: The Prospector<br> After Cord Sandberg and Pete Dinovo state's 2013 QB talent pool gets shallow
    When laboring over the compilation of the Sentinel's 2013 Florida Top 100 prospects last week, one thing jumped out rather glaringly for the second straight year. Where are all the quarterbacks? In the Class of 2011, which might be the year of the...
  • Virginia Tech moves to 4-0, but needs more consistency before Clemson

    Virginia Tech moves to 4-0, but needs more consistency before Clemson
    HUNTINGTON, W.VA. — When a coach has been around long enough to have seen his program turn early success against non-conference opponents into unforgettable season-long runs, as well as demoralizing collapses, he learns to temper the highs and...
  • Poor choices

    Poor choices
    The persistence of poverty in Baltimore is disturbing. It is even more so when one looks deeper into the official data. The 2010 American Community Survey (ACS) estimates that 25.6 percent of Baltimore's population "for whom poverty status is determined"...
  • UVa coach Mike London looking at several issues, including at QB

    UVa coach Mike London looking at several issues, including at QB
    With four days of practice left before Virginia hosts Idaho, Cavaliers coach Mike London was in no rush Monday to address what he plans to do at the quarterback position if Michael Rocco isn't healthy enough to play. Getting the quarterback squared...