Journalist: Forget What Trump Said, 'What Happened To The Press Under Obama Was Really Deadly'

Politics | Derek Hunter

Reports slams Obama for attempting ‘trying to criminalize reporting’

Columnist: I'm More Afraid Of Legal Gun Owners Than Gun-Wielding Criminals

US | Scott Greer

‘Gun owners may feel picked on, but they are not a persecuted class’

Baltimore City: Who's In Charge There?

Opinion | Alan Keyes
Baltimore Riots [Grae Stafford - Daily Caller] 15

The city’s officials debase themselves by apologizing for violence.

Does Hobby Lobby Pay Double Minimum Wage? Not According To This News Story

US | Tristyn Bloom
White House uses Hobby Lobby decision as campaign club

Somehow forgets to include them on profile of high-wage businesses

TheDC Morning: Gibbs crows about power of big government, gets facts completely wrong - TheDC

| Pat McMahon

Read TheDC Morning: An unvarnished e-mail summary of what’s really happening in political news

Ripken opens new youth baseball field at Memorial Stadium - Baltimore Sun

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

It was 19 years ago — and about 30 degrees warmer — when Cal and Billy Ripken played in the last game at Memorial Stadium

Junk Science - TheDC

US | Jeff Winkler

The left’s opposition to screening backlash falls into three easy categories, all of which blame conservatives

President Obama's choice

Opinion | Paul Liben

Truth be told, the seeds for the president’s political decline, and that of his Democratic allies in Congress, were sown shortly after the inauguration, ironically by something bad that actually didn’t happen

'Mad' rush to vintage stores - Baltimore Sun

| interns

‘Mad Men,’ AMC’s hit drama has captured fans not only for its Emmy-winning writing and acting, but for its fashion

Rules for racists

Opinion | Wesley Messamore

But when actual, genuine racism rears its ugly head within their own ranks (and make no mistake- it very often does), the radical socialists do everything they can to deflect, to distract, to evade, and- laughably- to denounce as racist anybody who points out and criticizes the racism of the radicals

Docs show media plotted to kill stories about Jeremiah Wright - TheDC

Politics | Jonathan Strong

An exclusive investigation by The Daily Caller unearthed a plan to cover-up the news about President Obama’s controversial minister during the 2008 campaign

Ripken says talks with Orioles are ongoing - Baltimore Sun

Sports | interns

Cal Ripken Jr. that talks with the Orioles about his potentially taking an advisory and secondary role in the club’s front office are ‘progressing nicely’

Which baseball team has the best Nos. 1-2 starters? - Baltimore Sun

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

Though the Giants’ and Yankees’ rotations are stellar, the scariest 1-2 punch has to be the Cardinals

U.S. fans have World Cup seeing stars (and stripes) - Baltimore Sun

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

The U.S. soccer team’s fan base, which once consisted primarily of friends and family members, has swelled into one of the largest contingents at this World Cup

Obama administration discovers leaks it can plug - NYT

Politics | interns

Despite campaign promises of increased transparency, no administration has done more to punish whistleblowers

Direct lending: What college-bound students can expect - The Baltimore Sun

Business | Julia McClatchy (admin)

After high school seniors graduate this season, they and their parents will soon face another time-honored tradition — paying college tuition

Final is set — Irish underdogs vs. speedy Devils

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

It’s the speed and athleticism of No. 5 Duke against the defense and overall discipline of unseeded Notre Dame

On sport's biggest weekend, lacrosse again on defensive - The Baltimore Sun

Sports | Julia McClatchy (admin)

It didn’t take long, Miles Harrison said, for the familiar lacrosse stereotypes to resurface

Election Day 2010 as Tea Party Day?

Opinion | Paul Liben

If the Tea Party movement is victorious in November, will its activists and their supporters appreciate the difficulty of reform, learn to savor small advances as well as big ones, and be in it for the long haul? If so, then big government’s days could well be numbered