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Major League Baseball: Your Cheating Heart

Recently the GM of the Orioles, Mr. Elias, stated that he believes Major League Baseball is doing a good job policing the problems associated with the Astros’ cheating scandal. Millions of fans and numerous current and past players disagree. MLB […]

Major League Baseball: Your Cheating Heart

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Recently the GM of the Orioles, Mr. Elias, stated that he believes Major League Baseball is doing a good job policing the problems associated with the Astros’ cheating scandal. Millions of fans and numerous current and past players disagree. MLB […]

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Maryland’s Parole Merry-go-Round

State-run parole and probation programs are designed to keep persons convicted of crimes—including a very large number of non-violent crimes—out of prison.  But in Maryland, according to a recent Council

My Greatest Christmas Present

Winter 1973, one of the coldest in North Texas for many years, when I unknowingly (at the time) received a big surprise. His name was Davey, a name my

Sexphobia 101: How our colleges and universities fail their students

I never thought that working in a prison with sex offenders would feel better than teaching at a college. Yet, after 16-years of teaching full-time, I have watched what

Who killed my daughter?

LAS VEGAS — Thursday, October 27, 2016. The time was 12:30 p.m. The calls happened in rapid succession. Each call quickly escalating from fear and panic, to shock and

Friend’s Suicide by Firearm: From a gun rights advocate’s perspective

I recently found out a very good friend committed suicide with a handgun. I had no idea he was suffering that badly, and neither did any of his immediate

Life after prison in Maryland

With each criminal conviction, the state of Maryland matter-of-factly tells the defendants how long they will spend behind bars.  Hidden from view, in the “fine print,” is a long

Commentary: ‘Border Wall’ need is built on Trump’s fear-mongering lies

DOUGLAS, Ariz. (March 14, 2009) Seabees assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCB) 133 and NMCB-14 construct a 1,500 foot-long concrete-lined drainage ditch and a 10 foot-high wall to

Bloomberg pledges $1.8 billion for college accessibility, but there’s more to the story

BALTIMORE — College is undoubtedly one of the most expensive journeys 18-year-olds embark on in the U.S. With tuition costs on the rise, low- and middle-income students often struggle to

Stopping Trump on 2020 is the real goal

Mid-term elections are just a few months away and while it would be nice for guys like me who can’t stand the person who occupies the White House to

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