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Facebook Jail, Matt Gaetz and more

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Once again I found myself in Facebook Jail, this time for seven days. What were my offenses? “You can’t post or comment for 7 days This is because 4 of your previous posts didn’t follow […]

Facebook Jail, Matt Gaetz and more

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Top illustration by Tim Forkes Once again I found myself in Facebook Jail, this time for seven days. What were my offenses? “You can’t post or comment for 7 days This is because 4 of your previous posts didn’t follow […]

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The Gift of Uncertainty

Image by denizecenci from Pixabay In the Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck, Mark Manson’s words brought to light two important epiphanies for me, Problem Panda and the work

The Police Accountability Train Wreck

Police hold their ground during the aftermath of the Baltimore Riots. (Erik Hoffman) Since 1871 the Civil Rights Act has held state and local officials—including police officers—legally liable for damages

Study: Maryland’s economy has weathered the pandemic better than most states

Image by Paul Brennan from Pixabay @BryanRenbaum Maryland’s economy has weathered the storm of the coronavirus pandemic better than that of the economies of the overwhelming majority of states in the nation, according to

Hogan: All Marylanders are eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday at mass vaccination sites

@BryanRenbaum All Marylanders age 16 and older will be eligible for a coronavirus vaccine at any of the state’s mass vaccination sites starting tomorrow, Gov. Larry Hogan said Monday. “We are

A Rebuttal from the Third Tier: What the Harvard Professor Doesn’t Wanna Get

Image by M P from Pixabay In his recent article entitled “Offshore Core,” Harvard history professor James Hankins argues that universities are abandoning a traditional liberal arts education, excluding such

Resurrection of Jesus (Image by Jeff Jacobs from Pixabay)

The Importance of the Resurrection of Jesus

The Resurrection of Jesus is an historic event attested to by many eyewitnesses. (Image by Jeff Jacobs from Pixabay) Not every situation or event is of great importance. Some make

Hogan: All Marylanders can now pre-register to get a COVID-19 vaccine

@BryanRenbaum Pre-registration is now open for Marylanders who will be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine in the state’s third and final phase of its vaccine distribution plan, Gov. Larry

Has ignoring the Bible led to mass shootings? (Image by Monsterkoi from Pixabay)

Mass Shootings in a Post-Christian Society

Has ignoring God's word led to mass shootings? (Image by Monsterkoi from Pixabay) Since the Colorado shooting last week, arguments about what to do to stop the carnage have reached

April Letters to Jim: We Are All April Fools

Top illustration by Tim Forkes We are one-fourth the way through the year and already it is much different than last year. A year ago, our president was bragging about

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