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  • To take down Obama, Romney must win Battle of the Bloat

    To take down Obama, Romney must win Battle of the Bloat
    One thing is clear: At best, Mitt Romney is a work in progress. Mr. Romney is under attack for being a hugely successful private equity banker at Bain Capital. Bain identified distressed companies and found value in them for shareholders, investors and,...
  • Catastrophic defense cuts still loom

    While President Barack Obama's recently announced defense cuts will spare critical intelligence and cyber warfare capabilities provided by many Maryland companies, all military programs are still threatened by the "sequestration" clause of the debt...
  • Don't cut to the core

    Don't cut to the core
    In announcing the administration's new Defense "guidance," President Barack Obama and Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta have — to their credit — avoided the historically oft-repeated pitfall of assuming that the conflicts of today portend...
  • Justice for Bradley Manning

    It was not a surprise that a judicial officer recommended that Pfc. Bradley Manning should be court-martialed ("Manning trial recommended," Jan. 13). This was inevitable from the beginning of the Article 32 hearing. And just as inevitable is that there...
  • NSA says classified information found on seized hard drives

    NSA says classified information found on seized hard drives
    The National Security Agency says it found top-secret information on hard drives that were seized in a failed espionage probe, and the agency is refusing to release the computers — despite the continued protests of their owners. In court filings in...
  • Albert A. Mrozek, federal worker

    Albert A. Mrozek, federal worker
    Albert A. Mrozek, a retired federal worker who bred racing pigeons, died Jan. 12 of complications from diabetes at the Genesis Severna Park Center nursing home. The longtime Brooklyn Park resident was 81. Albert Anthony Mrozek, the son of a tugboat...
  • Bradley Manning is nothing more than a traitor

    What has America come to when traitors get public support? What narrow-minded, self-centered individuals would solicit support for someone who commits treason against his country? What Pfc. Bradley Manning did was not heroic. In fact, it was cowardly...
  • Sen. Kirk faces a potentially long recovery from stroke

    Sen. Kirk faces a potentially long recovery from stroke
    First-term Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk faces a potentially long road back from a weekend stroke that his neurosurgeon said could leave the lawmaker with lasting physical damage but also a full mental recovery. The 52-year-old North Shore politician...
  • Protesters target Ocean City event over speaker's anti-Muslim remarks

    Protesters are pressuring Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan to shun a prayer breakfast that features a former high-ranking Army officer who has made anti-Muslim remarks. Leaders of People for the American Way, a left-leaning advocacy group based in...
  • Senate challenges Obama on Iran

    Disregarding White House opposition, the Senate unanimously approved new sanctions on Iran as part of its defense bill Thursday night, then passed the bill -- which already faced a veto threat because it requires military custody for certain detainees...
  • Farm energy programs do double duty

    Farm energy programs do double duty
    The Senate and House agriculture committees' attempt to integrate a "secret" $250 billion Farm Bill within the supercommittee's package of recommendations collapsed last month with the deficit panel's failure to reach agreement on how to cut federal...