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‘Men Without Hats’ is still relevant

A good song is like a nice pair of pants. If you keep it around long enough, it comes back in fashion. I always thought that the band Men Without Hats had a funny name, but their song “Pop Goes […]

‘Men Without Hats’ is still relevant

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A good song is like a nice pair of pants. If you keep it around long enough, it comes back in fashion. I always thought that the band Men Without Hats had a funny name, but their song “Pop Goes […]

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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

Fighting with legislature over Maryland’s future a priority for Hogan’s second term

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com The fifth annual speech to Maryland Business for Responsive Government was billed as a chance for Gov. Larry Hogan to lay out his “second-term priorities” on fighting

Before deploying to Afghanistan, Sen. Smith races to finish ambitious agenda

One of the most taken photos of opening day was Sen. William Colonel Smith Jr. and his young daughter Jacqueline. From Smith's Facebook page By Diane Rey For Maryland Reporter State Sen.

Democrats deluded in this mid-term election

BALTIMORE – As the days dwindle down to America’s mid-term elections, the Democrats drown in their usual puddles of delusion. They delude themselves each time President Trump reveals himself as

Kittleman has wide lead in Howard County exec race, independent poll finds

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Republican Howard County Executive Allan Kittleman holds a wide lead over his Democratic challenger, County Councilmember Calvin Ball, 53% to 37%, according to an independent media poll

In GOP targeted race, Sen. Young joins demonstration at challenger’s fundraiser with Hogan

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com “Tacky” was how Republican elected officials referred to Democratic Sen. Ron Young’s role in a demonstration Monday outside a noontime fundraiser for his Republican opponent, Craig Giangrande

Key battleground for Md. Senate is on Lower Eastern Shore: Carozza challenges Mathias

Thumbs up at a fundraiser for Sen. Jim Mathias Friday at the Ropewalk Restaurant in Ocean City. From left, Senate President Mike Miller; philanthropist Buddy Jenkins, owner of Thrasher's

Democrats see higher turnout as key to victory

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Democratic Party leaders see increasing turnout as the key to victory in the fall. That’s the focus of the Howard County party headquarters that opened on Friday

The ugly truth about the preservation of democracy

Philosophical Beginnings Democracy is a Greek word that means "rule of the people." The Greeks and Romans believed that citizens should elect their officials and be involved in their governance.

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