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Remembering a time when soldiers were called heroes

BALTIMORE — The nation now arrives at a strange Veteran’s Day holiday when two decorated soldiers, William Taylor and Alexander Vindman, find themselves targeted for slander by America’s commander in chief, Donald Trump, the famous wartime hero of the Battle of […]

Remembering a time when soldiers were called heroes

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BALTIMORE — The nation now arrives at a strange Veteran’s Day holiday when two decorated soldiers, William Taylor and Alexander Vindman, find themselves targeted for slander by America’s commander in chief, Donald Trump, the famous wartime hero of the Battle of […]

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Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline: Las Vegas Judges Melanie Andress-Tobiasson and Amy Chelini ‘pose threat to public’

LAS VEGAS — Las Vegas Township Justice Court Judges Melanie Andress-Tobiasson and Amy Chelini  "pose a substantial threat of serious harm to the public or to the administration of

Moving students in Howard County for ‘socioeconomic integration’ makes no sense

Students wait to board school buses. (By Len Lazarick) This is one of several articles MarylandReporter.com has published opposing the controversial school redistricting plan by Howard County school Superintendent Michael

Moving students around in Howard County is not enough to achieve equity

Photo by Audio-luci.it with Flickr Creative Commons License This column is running in the November issue of The Business Monthly serving Howard and Anne Arundel counties. By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com When we bought our house

Cancel culture and its contribution to sexual abuse

Even President Obama weighed in on why cancel culture is a problem in the United States and worldwide. For a democratic republic, our liberal and conservative advocacy groups have

MUFON Maryland Director Teresa Tindal: ‘Seeing a UFO changed my life forever’

Gold plaques embossed with winged bee goddesses, perhaps the Thriai, found at Camiros in Rhodes, 7th century B.C.  MUFON Maryland Director Teresa Tindal believes there may be a connection

Manufacturing of trauma is up, encouraging bearish investors

Half of all those in the United States have experienced a traumatic event, according to experts at the University of Buffalo, Many have experienced repeated trauma and are never

The Holocaust Memorial Baltimore, Maryland. (Anthony C. Hayes)

Kristallnacht commemoration set for Saturday in Baltimore

BALTIMORE  -- On November 9, 1938, the German government sponsored a pogrom destroying 267 synagogues throughout Germany and Austria. An estimated 7,500 Jewish-owned commercial establishments were also ransacked and

Plan Your Sports Watching Schedule the Easy Way

When you love to watch sports on TV, you have a lot of options. While having a large number of options may have been a great thing in the

How Las Vegas Metro Police Intelligence collared Detective Lawrence Rinetti

LAS VEGAS — On October 21 the Baltimore Post-Examiner broke the story ‘Las Vegas Metro Police Detective Lawrence Rinetti arrested on multiple charges.’  The story was then picked up

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