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Black History Month: From past to future

As time has come and time has gone every single year the country celebrates the month of February and call it Black History Month. As an African American child, I never gave it much thought that African Americans, and all […]

Black History Month: From past to future

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As time has come and time has gone every single year the country celebrates the month of February and call it Black History Month. As an African American child, I never gave it much thought that African Americans, and all […]

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President Trump’s ‘Ugly Truth’

This election has altered how we perceive and evaluate information. Fake news and strategically-timed leaks have effectively blurred the lines between fact and fiction. Misinformation and lies have kept us

Football can be safer

At first glance, it almost seems ridiculous to think in a day and age where football players are bigger and faster than ever and showing no signs of letting

Lost lessons from George Beall

George Beall (lower right corner) in a 1975 meeting with U.S. Attorneys in Maryland. (Courtesy U.S. Attorney Office in Baltimore.) This column is republished with permission from Talk Media News. George

Democrats just need to wait for GOP to implode

I love to hand out free advice to anyone who will take it. For Democrats, mine can be summed up in one word: patience. You do not need to scramble

Inauguration Day: A woman wearing an American flag hijab on the Nation al Mall moments after the Inaugural ceremony concluded. The woman was unable to be identified. (Michael Jordan)

Inauguration Day through my eyes and my lens

I attended the inauguration of President Trump to capture some images of the day and hoped to get a photo of the new President. By the time I left

America is divided now more than ever

At a pivotal time in the country’s history, sides are shifting, tides are turning and people are wondering what the next moves are going to be by their federal

Forget Christmas, give me Festivus

I live for December 23rd. You can have Christmas and all that other holiday crap, give me today, Festivus, over anything old Saint Nick drops off at my home.

It’s a Landslide: Maryland voters endorse shared parenting

A recent survey of Maryland voters reveals overwhelming support for shared parenting following divorce. Between August 5th and 7th, Public Policy Polling conducted a survey of 580 Old Line State

Electric Vehicles: It’s Time

It’s about time America hopped on the bandwagon. No, I’m not calling for mass acceptance of the New England Patriots or the Golden State Warriors; the bandwagon in question

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