November 24, 1994
Checks for the Bags of Plenty campaign should be mailed to P.O. Box 75164, Baltimore, Md. 21275-5164. An editorial published yesterday gave the address for the Maryland Food Bank, which also participates in the campaign.
June 4, 2000
"We've got to come to grips with transportation in this state or we're going to be behind the eight ball." Maryland House Speaker Caspar Taylor at a meeting of The Sun's Editorial board.
September 18, 2002
An editorial yesterday should have said Congressman Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. voted for, not against, a bill to repeal a ban on assault weapons. The Sun regrets the error.
June 14, 2009
Beginning today, The Baltimore Sun's editorial and op-ed pages are called Maryland Voices. They combine the features you're used to finding with expanded commentary from readers. Pgs 26, 27
September 11, 2005
Ideas ahead The last edition of Perspective will be published next Sunday. On the following Sunday, Sept. 25, an expanded section called Ideas will take its place. Ideas will add two pages of book reviews and more space for profiles, forward-looking trend stories and other features. Editorial and op-ed The editorial and op-ed pages in this Sunday's paper can be found in the A section.
January 18, 2011
I am writing to clarify a misunderstanding about social workers printed in the editorial "Tucson and mental health" (Jan. 16). Referring to the proposed Mental Health First Aid program, the editorial states that "social workers, college counselors, teachers and others can help until professional aid is available. " This statement suggests that social workers are not professionally trained to deal with mental health problems. This inaccuracy is troubling because clinical social workers have been providing mental health services for nearly a century and are licensed by the state of Maryland to diagnose and treat mental health disorders.
January 12, 2012
I would like to thank the editorial writers for their unbiased and on-point editorial about Tim Tebow ("Tebow wars: Give it a rest," Jan. 10). The editorial really focused on the fact that regardless of his faith, Tim Tebow goes on the field week after week like every other player and gives all that he can give to win a football game. Giving the glory for that win to God is his way of honoring his God and nothing more. It is his freedom and right as an American to do that. If my memory serves me correctly, the Ravens had a very young quarterback at one time who faced this very same kind of fame his first year out of the gate.
May 7, 2013
Your editorial on green energy light bulbs exposed The Sun's true colors in its intolerance of the idea that conservatives might have a different point of view on the subject of global warming ("Don't save the planet," May 4). The editorial blatantly denigrates conservatives by making them the butt of a "how many conservatives does it take to screw in a light bulb?" joke and using the term "mush-brained" to describe them. To write that conservatives "take pains not to recycle" or "enjoy dumping used motor oil down the storm drain while no one is looking," along with other ridiculous statements, is just over the top in exposing your hatred and intolerance of anything conservative.
September 10, 1998
ClarificationIn a Sept. 4 editorial, we wrote that if city voters fail to push a "cast the vote" button on Baltimore's computerized machines, judges would have to step into the booth to do so for them. The judges are under instructions not to do that. Rather, they have been told to push the orange (not yellow) button by reaching inside the booth, without entering it. The editorial also should have noted Baltimore County computerized its voting machines in 1996, not in 1966.Pub Date: 9/10/98