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  • At Family Leader forum, a more personal look at GOP hopefuls

    At Family Leader forum, a more personal look at GOP hopefuls
    A gathering of GOP presidential candidates on Saturday was unlike any other this year, when instead of finger-pointing and slashing at one another's records, they told deeply personal tales about faith, family and failures that left half of the six...
  • Tea party, 'Occupy' don't stack up with '60s protests

    Tea party, 'Occupy' don't stack up with '60s protests
    Once again, rage in the streets has captured the nation's attention, as it did during the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights revolution of the 1960s. Now it is the turn of the tea party and Occupy Wall Street movements. But the latter two have not...
  • Protesters wrong to point fingers at police

    Kudos to Michael DeCicco's letter pointing out the fallacy of the Occupy Wall Street protesters and their complaints about police ("Don't blame police raids for movement's failure," Nov. 22). As someone who has lived below the poverty level the past...
  • Occupy Baltimore protesters seek to remain until April

    Occupy Baltimore protesters seek to remain until April
    Occupy Baltimore protesters have asked city officials for permission to remain in an Inner Harbor park until April, according to an application submitted to the city. Protesters delivered applications for permits to use the park to both Mayor Stephanie...
  • Mailbag: Player banged out a path for women

    I got a kick out of Joanna Clay's article regarding the newly turned 99-year-old woman who once played the drums during the second World War ("Still jazzing it up," Nov. 27). Marie Kolasinski, 90, threw a birthday party for her cousin Viola Smith, the...
  • Eviction pushes Occupy protesters in new directions

    Eviction pushes Occupy protesters in new directions
    Within hours of the dismantling of the largest of the remaining Occupy Wall Street-inspired encampments outside Los Angeles City Hall, organizers were framing the eviction as a new beginning. "City Hall and the occupation of City Hall was a potent and...
  • To clear Occupy camp, LAPD uses new tactics

    To clear Occupy camp, LAPD uses new tactics
    When the end came, it came swiftly and with the shock of an overwhelming force. Hundreds of police officers in riot gear swarmed out of Los Angeles City Hall early Wednesday, batons across their chests, surprising and engulfing the Occupy L.A. protesters...
  • Is it time to take the 'occupy' out of Occupy Baltimore?

    Is it time to take the 'occupy' out of Occupy Baltimore?
    The city has once again denied Occupy Baltimore's request for a permit that would formally sanction the 24/7 campsite the group has erected on McKeldin Square in the Inner Harbor. The protesters had wanted to have up to 300 people stay there until April....
  • More than 200 Occupy L.A. protesters remain in jail

    More than 200 Occupy L.A. protesters remain in jail
    More than 200 people arrested during the Occupy L.A. sweep remained in jail Thursday night, drawing protests from civil right attorneys who said many may not face charges and should be freed immediately. As the total of nearly 300 arrestees began...
  • If the Occupy protesters are poor, it's their own fault

    After many weeks of looking at and listening to the Occupy Baltimore protesters, it has become clear why the income disparities they are complaining about exist. Dave Reich, Perry Hall
  • Forget Wall Street, protesters should focus on D.C.

    With the latest revelations regarding insider trading by members of Congress and their apathetic lack of responsibility and accountability, the Occupy Wall Street protesters should vent their collective angst at them. These pious, unregulated egotists...