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Elie Wiesel remembered

I was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to meet and briefly speak with Holocaust survivor and 1986 Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel in 2005 when he gave a lecture at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland. Prior to the lecture, […]

Elie Wiesel remembered

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I was fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to meet and briefly speak with Holocaust survivor and 1986 Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel in 2005 when he gave a lecture at McDaniel College in Westminster, Maryland. Prior to the lecture, […]

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Hillary carries Nixon-like contempt of others while playing victim card

Few would dispute the widely accepted premise that most politicians are dishonest creatures who have little or no reservation about selectively playing fast and loose with the truth. Nor are

European Ambassadors host ‘Combatting Hate in Europe’ 71st Anniversary of Auschwitz Liberation

Photo (left to right) Fred Hiatt Editorial Page Editor for The Washington Post who moderated, German Ambassador Peter Wittig, French Ambassador Gerard Araud & European Union Ambassador David O'Sullivan. The U.S. Holocaust

Lt. Gov. Rutherford attends youth mentoring ceremony where Freddie Gray lived

Maryland Lt. Governor Boyd Rutherford and several other administration officials attended a ceremony Wednesday in Baltimore’s Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood, an area heavily damaged by April’s riots, to the celebrate the

Marvin Mandel: ‘a teacher all the way till the end’

Former Democratic Maryland Governor Marvin Mandel’s Thursday funeral service at Sol Levinson & Bros Inc. in northwest Baltimore County was attended by many of the state’s most prominent elected

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The ‘Prince of Darkness’ 10 years later

Joseph F. Steffen Jr: The "Prince of Darkness" (left) Delegate Robin Grammer (right) Baltimore Post-Examiner recently interviewed semi-retired GOP political operative Joseph F. Steffen Jr. Steffen is commonly known as the

Hillary Clinton’s email practices questioned

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s admission in early March that she used her personal email account-on a private server-while performing official duties and that she ordered the deletion

GOP can return to the ‘Party of Lincoln’

I’m a Jewish conservative who strongly identifies with civil rights, despite frequent disagreements with that movement’s current leaders. As of late, the Confederate battle flag has again become the subject

Shooting in Charleston would not have been prevented with extra gun control measures

Stricter gun control measures would not have saved the lives of the nine people who were tragically gunned down Wednesday at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South

D-Day: A Jewish perspective

What if Nazi Germany triumphed? As a Jew I often wonder: 71 years after D-Day, it’s worth noting this article might not have been written. After thousands died at Normandy, I

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