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  • Hogan and Brown: Round one, no knockout [Editorial]

    Hogan and Brown: Round one, no knockout  [Editorial]
    Marylanders who have been barraged with attack ads in the governor's race will get to see the live version tonight when the first of three debates between Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown and businessman Larry Hogan is broadcast. The attacks from both sides...
  • O'Malley, Brown are kidding themselves with the 2013 Firearms Safety Act [Letter]

    O'Malley, Brown are kidding themselves with the 2013 Firearms Safety Act [Letter]
    In 2013, I retired as the Commander of the Maryland State Police Licensing Division. Before that, I ran the Maryland State Police Firearms Enforcement Section and the Gang Enforcement Unit. I was also a homicide investigator, drug investigator and...
  • Gun law doesn't make Marylanders safer [Letter]

    Gun law doesn't make Marylanders safer [Letter]
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's recent commentary on Maryland's 2013 Firearms Safety Act is disingenuous and deceitful ("Brown: I will enforce gun safety law," Oct. 2). The law does nothing to make Marylander's safer. Maryland has had strict guns laws for...
  • A few questions for Anthony Brown on guns [Letter]

    A few questions for Anthony Brown on guns [Letter]
    After reading his op-ed ("Brown: I will enforce gun safety law," Sept. 4), I have some questions I would like Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown to answer. How does disarming law-abiding citizens protect anyone and not create a scenario in which citizens are not...
  • Red Maryland?

    Red Maryland?
    Republican Larry Hogan said during his campaign for governor that he had no grand visions of turning Maryland red — that is, switching its partisan orientation from Democrats to the GOP. But his upset victory was surprisingly strong — he...
  • Paul Carpenter signs off on career as columnist who would not be pigeonholed

    Paul Carpenter's column would have played in the opinion space today where it has appeared every Sunday since 1989. With its quiet disappearance is how Paul chose to mark his retirement, effective this week. Bill White is taking over Paul's regular...
  • Desperate Brown is smearing Hogan again [Letter]

    Desperate Brown is smearing Hogan again [Letter]
    I had to shake my head when I read Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's op-ed in The Sun about how he would enforce Maryland's strict gun law that went into effect about this time last year ("Brown: I will enforce gun safety law," Sept. 4). This new law was enacted...
  • How our drug and gun habits tie in with the 43 missing Mexican students

    How our drug and gun habits tie in with the 43 missing Mexican students
    By now, unfortunately, we’ve become inured to reports of violence among Mexico’s brutal drug gangs, from the murderous border town of Nuevo Laredo to the gruesome killing zones of Guerrero state, which includes Acapulco. But the reports over...
  • Stew over European food names complicates trade talks

     Stew over European food names complicates trade talks
    As Europe and the United States pursue a lofty vision of a free trade pact that removes tariffs and eases regulatory burdens, it's not just disputes over automobile safety and digital privacy that are creating tensions. It is wine and cheese. And the...
  • The gubernatorial debates should cut through mudslinging [Commentary]

    The gubernatorial debates should cut through mudslinging [Commentary]
    The presidential election of 2012 and Maryland's gubernatorial election of 2014 have much in common rhetorically in terms of their approaches to issues and spin, the two key components of political persuasion. The 2012 presidential election pitted a...
  • 'Scandal' recap, 'The State of the Union'

    As expected, we're still in D.C., where Jake and Olivia are full-on doing the couple thing … sort of. While jogging through the park, he mentions that he booked a hotel suite near her apartment for “booty calls,” because...something...