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Woke has become a caricature of aspects of leftist (mostly social media) discourse used to smear those of us who are advocating more radical politics.

Lawmakers need to give all those who want to participate an equal opportunity by lowering all government-imposed barriers to entry.

Chances are that, at some point growing up, you enjoyed reading “How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” or “A Christmas Carol.” You’re lucky. Around 60…

The real Supreme Court justices wear black robes; why shouldn’t the state’s Supreme Court justices?

To initiate a grievance, inmates have to go to the very correctional officers that harmed them in order to obtain forms for filing their complaint.

Bills under consideration in the county’s legislative delegation do not primarily deal with new, independent oversight.

It is extremely important that our county prioritize the qualifications of our Board of Education chair, the author writes.

The problem with offshore wind is the cost of managing large scale intermittency on clean systems with no cheap fossil fuel backup, the author writes.

Visionary reforms that will help keep Montgomery County growing and thriving while promoting affordability and inclusion.