Daily Archives: April 8, 2008

The age of constitutional senility

Today marked Court of Appeals Judge Irma S. Raker’s last session of oral argument before turning 70, and Chief Judge Robert M. Bell used the occasion to take a not-so-subtle jibe at the Maryland Constitution’s requirement that jurists retire upon ...

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Lookin’ sharp for the Olympics

Ralph Lauren Polo signed a deal this week with the U.S. Olympic Committee to dress the approximately 1,500 athletes representing the United States in this summer’s games in Beijing. But my, aren’t they lucky? Polo will design clothes for the ...

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Way to go Post!

I may be breaking some ancient newsroom commandment by praising another newspaper, but among the six Pulitzer Prizes won by the Washington Post was one for public service for its series of stories exposing the mistreatment of veterans at Walter ...

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