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Del. Reznik on the ‘Concentration Camp’ Debate: Like the Frog in a Boiling Pot

“Concentration Camps” is a highly provocative and charged term. It should be.I have debated with myself for a couple days as to whether or...

Opinion: Fly the Flag High, Mr. Elrich, and Put Some Dignity Into Pride

As a third generation military servicemember and a gay man living in Montgomery County, I was piqued by the decision of the County Executive...

Frank DeFilippo: When Powerbrokers Ruled Baltimore

A tad more than a half century ago, in 1967, The News American published a revolutionary two-part series documenting Baltimore’s power structure, the people...

Josh Kurtz: Lessons from Across the Potomac

“One of the great things about Virginia,” a political operative from there once told me, “is that every year is an election year.”He’s right....
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Opinion: Baltimore City-County Merger Idea Offers False Hope

The Baltimore Sun had an op-ed last week saying the Baltimore region needs “a massive reset and a merger of its city and county governments to...

Opinion: Gov. Hogan’s New Energy Goal

Maryland now has a sound clean energy goal: 100 percent clean electricity by 2040. This goal is smart because it specifies a clear purpose:...

Frank DeFilippo: Public-Private Partnerships — Like Something Out of Ayn Rand

More than a decade ago, the state of Indiana sold a 157-mile toll road to a private venture for a lump sum payment of...

Opinion: Md.’s Clean Energy, Transportation Bills Set Stage for Thriving, Low-Carbon Economy

In May, Gov. Larry Hogan announced that he would allow two key clean energy and transportation bills to take effect. The bills will help...

Kirill Reznik: Hogan Trying to Sell ‘Shortsighted’ Road Plan With Misleading Information

In a news release sent May 28, Gov. Larry Hogan included my name in a list of signatories of a 10-year-old letter to try...

Opinion: Baltimore Doesn’t Need Boxing Rings to KO Crime

Bloodshed in Baltimore hasn’t been this bad in a long time, but fear not, newly minted Mayor Jack Young has a solution -- boxing...