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George Young was a Baltimore Hall of Famer off the field before he became a Giant on the field

BALTIMORE – New Yorkers are cheering George Young’s entrance into the pro football Hall of Fame. As general manager, he guided their Giants to some wonderful years. But New Yorkers don’t know the best parts of the big guy’s story. […]

George Young was a Baltimore Hall of Famer off the field before he became a Giant on the field

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BALTIMORE – New Yorkers are cheering George Young’s entrance into the pro football Hall of Fame. As general manager, he guided their Giants to some wonderful years. But New Yorkers don’t know the best parts of the big guy’s story. […]

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Part III, Civil Commitment: ‘Excuse me, your honor, some judicial maturity, please?’

Whether we are addressing the war on drugs, violence, gun violence, child sex abuse, or civil commitment, our lawmakers don’t want to fix these problems. It is understandable and necessary

Dominique ‘Domo’ Thompson, person of interest in 2016 Las Vegas Land/Kauffman murders released from prison

Dominique “Domo” Thompson, whom the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) once called a person of interest in the 2016 unsolved Land/Kauffman double homicides, was released from the Federal

Ravens heartbreaking Loss: Baltimore will mourn for decades to come

BALTIMORE – Among my generation of football fans, there’s an unwritten rule: Nobody around here brings up the embarrassment of Super Bowl III, when the upstart Joe Namath Jets

Part II: Civil commitment and the courts’ historic march toward genocide

Christians have to help Jesus Christ be manifested by their way of life, showing those around them that love, understanding, and tolerance are possible –Thich Nhat Hanh.* Part II will

Who is going to save Baltimore’s kids from the ‘Killing Fields?’

BALTIMORE – As we flip the calendar to a brand new year, this city’s mayor, Bernard (Jack) Young, calls for a brand new level of civility. In the wake

Part 1: Civil Commitment and the destruction of human rights

A few years ago, I wrote an article on a blog. It was more an experiment, a testing ground. The website was “Criticl.” It was mainly a political site

I will never be asked to sit on a jury again

BALTIMORE – One time when this city summoned me to jury duty, Circuit Court Judge Kenneth Johnson told me to go home. Now I’ve got permission to stay home

Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline rules to continue investigation of Judges Melanie Andress-Tobiasson and Amy Chelini

LAS VEGAS — The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline ruled to continue the investigation into Las Vegas Township Justice Court Judges Melanie Andress-Tobiasson and Amy Chelini,  who are accused of

When saving lives once is not enough

Thanks for saving my twins’ lives five times It was at 11:45 on New Year’s Eve. I rushed my spouse into Birth and Baby at Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC)

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