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March 11, 2010
Granted, what Michael Vick did was deplorable. He has paid his debt to society. What has been overlooked or ignored in the media is the fact that he was chosen by his teammates, not the Ed Block Foundation for the award. To the best of my knowledge. the foundation does not have it within its power to veto any nominee. That having been said, I find the fact that PETA and other animal rights advocates have chosen the awards dinner to air their views publicly to be equally deplorable (" Protesters greet Vick upon his arrival at awards dinner," March 10)
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By Alain Leray | March 7, 2014
Perhaps the darkest episode in human history, the Holocaust has been at the center of Jewish and world consciousness for over six decades. In the spring of 1940, France was invaded and occupied by Nazi troops. Both my parents and grandparents, who were living in Paris at the time, fled into hiding to survive. During this time, SNCF, the company operating the French railroad system, and the parent company of my current employer, SNCF America, was placed under Nazi command according to Article 13 of the French-German Armistice agreement of June 1940.
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NEWS
February 11, 2010
On January 25, Gov. Martin O'Malley announced new proposals to get tough on sex offenders. It is ironic that this announcement came days after Governor O'Malley submitted the fiscal year 2011 budget. Under his proposal, this would be the third straight budget in which he furloughs every agent of the Maryland Division of Parole and Probation Sex Offender Unit. Taking sex offender agents off the streets works to the advantage of those preying on our children. Furloughing the agents who work to protect children from pedophiles is a terrible mistake.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker | February 19, 2014
Patients who feel their doctors judge them about their size have a harder time losing weight, Johns Hopkins researchers have found. “Negative encounters can prompt a weight loss attempt, but our study shows they do not translate into success,” study leader Dr. Kimberly A. Gudzune, an assistant professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, said in a statement. “Ideally, we need to talk about weight loss without making patients feel they are being judged.
NEWS
May 29, 2005
JOHN CARROLL HINDER, SR., of Aberdeen, Maryland, died May 26. He was 77. Born in Aberdeen, he was the son of Frederick C. and Helen Kelly Hinder. John Hinder was married to the love of his life Carolyn Mildred Lindenstruth. He was a devoted and loving husband, father, and grandfather. Mr. Hinder was a family man. In 1948 with his father and brother, Joseph Hinder, he founded Hinder Motors, Inc. In 1961 Hinder Ford was established. He continued working in the dealership until his sons took over the business.
NEWS
September 29, 2004
On September 25, 2004 Joseph F. Hinder Sr., beloved husband of E. Joyce Hinder (nee Yingling), loving father to Joseph F. Hinder, Jr. and his wife Barbara Hinder, Fred C. Hinder and his wife Sally Hinder, Kelly M. Hinder and his wife Suzanne Hinder, Keith O. Hinder Sr., and his wife Beth Muller-Hinder and William K. Hinder and his wife Kathy Hinder. Devoted grandfather to 12 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. In 1948, Joe with his father Fred and brother John, founded Hinder Motors, Inc., a Lincoln-Mercury dealership located in Aberdeen, MD. Friends may call the Tarring-Cargo Funeral Home, P.A., 333 South Parke Street, Aberdeen, MD 21001, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm on Wednesday.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sarah Kickler Kelber | August 23, 2007
Check out the "Bad Boys of Rock" tour, featuring Hinder, Saturday at Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia. Hinder is best known for the rock ballad "Lips of an Angel." Gates open at 7 p.m., and tickets are $20-$35. Call 410-547-SEAT or go to ticketmaster.com.
NEWS
By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | May 20, 2003
GAOLING, China -- After Cui Xingsheng welcomes visitors into his traditional medicine clinic built of brick, mud and tile, he makes sure, the best way he knows how, that they won't accidentally spread SARS. He grabs a bottle of diluted chlorine and sprays the visitors' lower pant legs and the tops of their shoes. "It's good for you, it's good for me, it's good for everybody," said Cui, 63, amid the odor of medicinal herbs. He knows how many taxi drivers and students have returned to this farming village 60 miles northeast of Beijing.
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By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Evening Sun Staff | October 16, 1991
Duane Johnson, a 20-year-old biology major at Morgan State University, figured this as the fallout from the Clarence Thomas hearings: "You probably won't be able to compliment [co-workers] on their outfits."A woman who gave her name only as Janet and described herself as an executive assistant said the message to women who have been sexually harassed is "to keep their mouths shut."And Dave Braunstein, an athletic store manager, said after watching hours of U.S. Senate testimony, he felt sympathy for both Professor Anita Hill and Judge Thomas.
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and C. Fraser Smith and William F. Zorzi Jr. and C. Fraser Smith,SUN STAFF Sun staff writer JoAnna Daemmrich contributed to this article | July 10, 1996
Joseph A. De Francis, principal owner of Pimlico and Laurel racetracks and a leading proponent of legalizing slot machines in Maryland, was charged yesterday with making illegal campaign contributions to Gov. Parris N. Glendening and Lt. Gov. Kathleen Kennedy Townsend.State Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli charged De Francis in Baltimore District Court with disguising $12,000 in contributions by sending money to relatives in New York and having them send the checks to the Glendening-Townsend Committee in 1994.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2013
Carol Cain tries to ignore the two lumps in her throat, but some days it's hard because they swell and are tender to the touch. The 59-year-old, who makes a small income watching her grandchildren, hasn't seen a doctor about the problem because she has no insurance and can't afford to pay. She was on a state health plan for low-income adults for a while, but it only covered primary care. "Now I doctor myself and hope everything works out," said the tall woman with thick dreadlocks pulled back by a headband.
NEWS
By Jacob Hacker and Nate Loewentheil | August 12, 2013
Everyone has heard that tackling poverty and inequality is bad for the economy. This is the dilemma that economist Arthur Okun, writing in the 1970s, called "The Big Trade-Off" - equality and efficiency are at odds. Yet more and more research and real-world experience suggest just the opposite. If there is a "Big Trade-Off," it is not between equality and efficiency. It is between policies that enrich the most fortunate and a broader distribution of opportunity that helps all Americans.
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By Joshua J. Cohen | July 18, 2013
Many of Annapolis' established downtown interests seem to reflexively resist change. Annapolitans even have a name for it: the Downtown "No" Club. The latest version of this "No" Club is the self-described Coalition to Save Annapolis, an unusual alliance of United States Yacht Shows, the Ward One Residents Association, the Annapolis Business Association, Historic Annapolis Inc. and others. These groups are united by their opposition to a rezoning ordinance I introduced to implement Phase One of a City Dock Master Plan that has been more than two years in the making.
NEWS
By Todd Eberly | January 21, 2013
As Barack Obama prepares to be sworn in for the second time as president of the United States, he faces the stark reality that little of what he hopes to accomplish in a second term will likely come to pass. Mr. Obama occupies an office that many assume to be all powerful, but like so many of his recent predecessors, the president knows better. He faces a political capital problem and a power trap. In the post-1960s American political system, presidents have found the exercise of effective leadership a difficult task.
NEWS
January 20, 2013
A ban on any firearm or accessory represents an assault on the Second Amendment ("O'Malley to push stricter gun limits," Jan. 15). Any actions toward more gun control lead one to believe that these policies are not trying to curb gun violence, which has gone down 50 percent over the last 20 years, but rather are pushing an agenda to eliminate the Second Amendment. In Maryland, rifles were used to commit murder only two times in 2011. Compare that to 75 murders by knives. Any talk of banning assault weapons is unjustified.
NEWS
By Erica L. Green and Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2012
On the eve of the release of a comprehensive Baltimore school system audit, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said Wednesday that the lapses in financial management outlined in a draft report were "unacceptable" and called on school officials to take measures to restore confidence in the system. "My expectation is for the CEO, Dr. [Andrés] Alonso, and the school board to take corrective action immediately," Rawlings-Blake said after the city's Board of Estimates meeting. The preliminary findings of the state legislative audit, due to be released today, were obtained last week by The Baltimore Sun and described problems in managing overtime, contracts and other financial matters.
NEWS
April 23, 1992
There should be no live organ music at the new ballpark, if callers to SUNDIAL have their way. Of 1,439 responses, 846 (58 percent) say organ playing would hinder their appreciation of a baseball game, while 593 (41 percent) say it would help their appreciation of the game.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | June 1, 2003
PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Matt Gaines Edgewood To say the senior did it all for the Rams would not be overstating things. Relying on speed, talent and dynamic stick skills, the Rutgers-bound midfielder scored 60 goals and dished out 53 assists in 14 games, bringing his four-year total to 303 points. The all-time leading scorer at Edgewood, Gaines also led the county in scoring this season. He also scooped up 189 ground balls and won 198 of 248 faceoffs, another key component in the Rams' 10-4 season - their 5-2 county mark put them in third place.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | September 7, 2012
The absence of Ed Dickson and Dennis Pitta from Thursday's injury report suggest that the team's top two tight ends will play fully in the Ravens' regular-season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday night. Dickson (sprained right shoulder) and Pitta (broken bone in right hand) suffered their respective injuries in the preseason and missed substantial time while rehabilitating. Despite their ailments, offensive coordinator Cam Cameron said Friday that the duo worked hard to keep pace with the rest of the offense.
NEWS
August 17, 2012
As a radiation oncologist here in Bel Air, I wanted to share an issue that could affect the cancer treatment of a great many of our friends and neighbors. Recently, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) proposed a change to the way free standing radiation oncology practices are reimbursed for their services. The end result is a $300 million cut to cancer care, which will have unfortunate consequences for patients who require radiation treatment. Most patients with cancer require radiation treatments in the course of their care.
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