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Don Mohler

Don Mohler

The political arena is not unlike the sporting world. More often than not, who has the momentum matters.

A scene from the 1955 film Blackboard Jungle

Some would say that the dysfunction in our society makes it inevitable that our schools will reflect that unrest.

The race to represent the Democrats in the gubernatorial election next June should pretty much be a done deal. But as so often happens in politics, the voters seem to have other ideas.

Maryland Matters Founding Editor Josh Kurtz joined hosts Nestor Aparicio and Don Mohler on a recent free-wheeling episode of their podcast, “Baltimore Positive.” Roughly…

I am angry. You are angry. Hell, the entire nation is angry. But what makes this such a challenging time is that we are not…

Maryland Matters Editor Josh Kurtz was part of a roundtable discussion of State House reporters on the popular podcast “Baltimore Positive,” which was posted…

We are almost there. At 12:01 p.m. on Wednesday, Joseph R. Biden will become the 46th president of the United States. Donald Trump, and the…

In November 2010, Baltimore County Councilman Kevin Kamenetz was elected as the 12th executive in county history. There was only one month until he…

Maryland Matters Editor Josh Kurtz joined Don Mohler and Nester Aparicio on their “Baltimore Positive” podcast the other day for a wide-ranging discussion that…

First, the putative frontrunner for appointment as Wicomico County’s next executive, Del. Carl L. Anderton Jr. (R), came up a vote short in the…