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Robert Nusgart – European woes offer yet another chance to refinance

Thank you Greece. Thank you Spain. Thank you Portugal. Thank you for fueling the European debt debacle that continues to make the American bond market a haven for skittish investors looking for a “flight to safety” for their money. And ...

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Charles C. Haynes: School wars 4.0 — renewing the fight over religion

Contrary to culture-war mythology, God is alive and well in many, if not most, public schools. Visit almost any school in America and you’ll find students sharing their faith, reading their scriptures, saying grace before lunch and, in high schools, ...

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Charles C. Haynes: Confronting anti-Muslim bigotry in America

The recent decision by Lowe’s Home Improvement to pull ads from the reality TV show “All-American Muslim” caps a very successful year for the growing anti-Muslim movement in the United States. So successful, in fact, that anti-mosque protests, anti-Shariah laws, ...

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O’Malley gives speech at ‘Sailabration’ announcement

Gov. Martin O'Malley came to Baltimore Thursday morning to speak at the announcement of the Star-Spangled Sailabration, which is part of the state's War of 1812 bicentennial celebration next year. 'We carry with us in our hearts the great idea of America," O'Malley told the crowd. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz were also in attendance.

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Timonium-based Greenspring Energy continues rapid growth

Greenspring Energy LLC, a Timonium-based installer of residential and commercial solar energy systems, is the top Maryland-based company in the 2011 Inc. magazine’s 500/5,000 ranking of the fastest-growing private companies in America. Greenspring Energy placed 15th in the U.S. with ...

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Energy secretary Chu promotes science, math at Morgan State

Department of Energy Secretary Steven Chu visited the School of Engineering at Morgan State University Thursday morning and addressed students and faculty about the importance of math and science to America's future. He also discussed the need for advancements in energy efficiency, so that America may remain competitive with China and other nations.

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