Wading into culture wars, Gov. Moore urges boycott...
By Gareth Jones | May 28, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
The insanity of Md.’s insanity plea: Why is ...
By Richard Vatz | May 7, 2023 | Commentary | 1 |
Moore embraces business, but drives up costs as we...
By Len Lazarick | April 3, 2023 | Commentary, General Assembly | 0 |
The tragedy of Danny Brewster: the rise, fall and ...
By Len Lazarick | March 30, 2023 | Commentary | 2 |
Shift the Burden of Proof and Pass HB294
By Liz Zogby | March 23, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
Commenting on a commentary: The Maryland legislature has spoken on abortion; other states have as well
by Marc King | May 31, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
In Maryland Reporter’s daily State Roundup on Wednesday, there was an opinion piece from the...Read More
Wading into culture wars, Gov. Moore urges boycott of Florida
by Gareth Jones | May 28, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
Gov. Wes Moore has decided to wade into the culture wars. Specifically, Moore released a video...Read More
The insanity of Md.’s insanity plea: Why is the murderer of 3 men ‘not criminally responsible’?
by Richard Vatz | May 7, 2023 | Commentary | 1 |
By Richard E. Vatz and Jeffrey A. Schaler The suspect in the killing of three workers in a...Read More
Moore embraces business, but drives up costs as well
by Len Lazarick | April 3, 2023 | Commentary, General Assembly | 0 |
This is an updated version of a column that appears in the April issue of The Business Monthly...Read More
The tragedy of Danny Brewster: the rise, fall and recovery of the ‘golden boy’ of Maryland politics
by Len Lazarick | March 30, 2023 | Commentary | 2 |
This is the tragedy of Daniel Baugh Brewster detailed with great skill, empathy, and meticulous research by veteran journalist and author John Frece in his new book ominously titled: “Self-Destruction: The rise, fall, and redemption of U.S. Senator Daniel B. Brewster.”Read More
Shift the Burden of Proof and Pass HB294
by Liz Zogby | March 23, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
Let’s shift the burden of proof and pass HB294. Let’s create a more equitable system where everyone works together for the benefit of students of disabilities. A system where having fewer resources doesn’t mean you get less justice than your wealthier neighbors. And a system where the adults handle disagreements like adults—not with threats or heavy-handed legal maneuvering, but with mutual respect and fairness.Read More
Two Tragedies of Maryland Education
by AJ Swinson | March 20, 2023 | Commentary | 1 |
Twenty-three schools in Baltimore City had ZERO students who achieved proficiency in math at grade level. Further, in 20 schools, there were no more than TWO students who achieved proficiency in math at grade level. What this means is that in over 50 schools, there are less than two students PER SCHOOL who achieved proficiency in math.Read More
Howard County Library Issue: Transparency For All
by Berney Flowers | March 19, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
A recent controversy concerning the alleged misuse of a local public library for what some...Read More
Special Education burden of proof belongs on complainants
by Walter Olson | March 15, 2023 | Commentary | 8 |
A current bill in the Maryland General Assembly would shift the burden of proof against school districts in disputes over student special education plans. That’s a bad idea.Read More
Wes Moore’s Whitewashing of Abortion Rates
by Chris Anderson | February 20, 2023 | Commentary | 3 |
A 2020 study cites CDC data that show Black abortion rates being nearly four times—yes four times–higher than white rates. The study notes that “Between 2007-2016, the Black rate declined 29% and the white rate declined 33%—meaning that the racial disparity actually increased rather than decreased.”Read More
Finding a new president for Towson University has made a mostly good start
by Richard Vatz | February 19, 2023 | Commentary, Education | 0 |
Towson University has picked its Presidential Search and Screening Committee (TUPSC) to choose its...Read More
House Republican Caucus introduces legislative package to reduce crime, improve education and restore the state’s economy
by House Republican Caucus | February 11, 2023 | Commentary | 0 |
The House Republican Caucus has introduced a legislative package of reasonable, common-sense solutions to help address these challenges. Our legislative package focuses on topics that matter most to Marylanders: reducing crime, improving education, and restoring our economy.Read More
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