Proud and honored to have had the opportunity to have joined Rep. John Lewis in the fight for peace and justice
“You must find a way to get in the way and get in good trouble, necessary trouble. … You...Read More
With the COVID-19 pandemic raging and Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention anticipating the fall and the winter of 2020 and 2021 being one of the most difficult times experienced in American public health, decisions still have to be made that will have significant ramifications for future generations.Read More
Do Baltimoreans deserve blame for the city’s problems? Outcome of mayoral primary might answer that question
Criminal leaders forced to leave office cannot be cleansed for public office by citing minor reductions in crime during their tenure and gaining endorsements from amoral sources.Read More
Our current battle with coronavirus, and its multiple layers of impacts on our lives, takes me back to the dramatic challenges our state faced during my two tours of duty in the governor’s press office in the 1990s.Read More
In Maryland nearly 150,000 restaurant employees have lost their jobs and 40% of all restaurants are closed – that’s 4,500 businesses.
Restaurants are the most impacted industry in America, and we cannot stand by and let them fail.
At this vital moment in history, we can either let the pandemic-induced stress make lyrics of a Pink Floyd song, Time, “shorter of breath and one day closer to death” come true or adopt a stress-is-enhancing mindset, which can have positive consequences related to improved health and work performance.Read More
The Sun comprises not a single reporter or media or political writer on its staff whose likely political slant is to the right of progressive, which is left of liberal.Read More
During these precarious times, all of us need to be more vigilant about our mental health and we must take adequate care of ourselves because that is the only aspect of life over which we have control.Read More
Most of us have the cognitive and physical abilities to adapt to social distancing, but imagine what happens to those who lack this skill set.Read More
The public should have the right to know whether all complaints of misconduct are adequately investigated, and police departments should be transparent in their investigations.Read More
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