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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • The Romney presidential disaster

    The column about a theoretical Mitt Romney presidency by Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. contains two serious flaws ("What if? Life under President Romney," Jan. 27). First, Mr. Ehrlich writes "... there would be a fiscal plan to cut $4 trillion of federal spending...
  • Raise Maryland's standard

    Raise Maryland's standard
    The latest report from the nonpartisan Economic Policy Institute makes a compelling case for raising the minimum wage, nationally and in Maryland. Legislation introduced last week in Annapolis would raise the minimum from $7.25 an hour to $10 in two years...
  • State is appealing State Center decision

    State is appealing State Center decision
    The state is appealing a circuit court judge's January ruling that voided contracts essential to the planned redevelopment of the State Center complex in midtown Baltimore, according to court records filed Friday. The Department of General Services and...
  • Ehrlich and the GOP need a reality check

    Ehrlich and the GOP need a reality check
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has fallen into the trap of the majority of his Republican brethren: They just can't get over the fact that the majority in this country has moved beyond the Republican agenda of lower taxes for the wealthy, health care...
  • Yes, elections have consequences, Mr. Ehrlich

    Yes, elections have consequences, Mr. Ehrlich
    Former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., in his unwavering right-wing view, bemoans various initiatives supported by President Barack Obama and Gov. Martin O'Malley as the consequences of the recent election. Yes, the election has consequences, and the list...
  • ACLU defended First Amendment at the Super Bowl

    ACLU defended First Amendment at the Super Bowl
    News flash for Robert Ehrlich: The undeserved pot shot at the ACLU in your recent op-ed speculating on life if Mitt Romney had won the presidency is, indeed, based on fantasy and delusion ("What might have been: Life under President Romney" Jan. 27). As a...
  • Democrats strangely silent on clemency

    Democrats strangely silent on clemency
    The recent commentary by former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich, Jr. ("Obama's unpardonable neglect of clemency," Jan. 13) was particularly interesting and pointed. In these days of concern about the death penalty, an always important topic aimed at the Democratic...
  • End the self-destructive war on drugs

    Congratulations to Bob Ehrlich for pointing out that the United States, the supposed "land of the free," is now the largest jailer nation in the world ("Obama's unpardonable neglect of clemency," Jan. 13). This country is using its own legal system to...
  • Ehrlich is wrong: Lower taxes don't spur growth or solve deficits

    Ehrlich is wrong: Lower taxes don't spur growth or solve deficits
    I read Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s column ("Obama economics: More government means more growth," June 20) with interest and disbelief. Well, not really. But his comment at the end about the "left's dangerous love affair with ever-higher taxes" brought a...
  • Skeptics notwithstanding, Clinton will accept responsibility for ambassador's death

    It was disappointing to read Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s column criticizing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for not appearing before Congress to testify about the death of our ambassador to Libya ("For Republicans, a not so happy New Year," Jan. 6)....
  • Voters are smart enough to see through the GOP smoke screen

    Voters are smart enough to see through the GOP smoke screen. Boo Hoo Bob, former Gov. Robert Ehrlich's weekly whine fest about how no one seems to love conservatives, hit a new low this week ("For Republicans, a not so happy New Year," Jan. 6). His...