Bob Ehrlich “Turn This Car Around”

February 10th, 2012

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It’s time for the true right to make a political comeback, says the man who a few years ago became the first Republican elected governor of very liberal Maryland in 36 years.

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Bob Ehrlich says, in his new book “Turn This Car Around,” that there are some big issues that need to be addressed frankly and with common sense, and without political correctness getting in the way.

High unemployment. Health care. Race relations. The culture wars. Ehrlich has fought those battles, first as a member of Congress then as a governor, and now provides his suggestions to help resolve those and other issues in America.

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Jane Wilson McWilliams “Annapolis, City on the Severn”

July 20th, 2011

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Annapolis, Maryland is a small city, best known, perhaps, as the home of the United States Naval Academy. But its role in American history is large, indeed larger than many people realize. Annapolis was over a century old by the time of the American Revolution. It was, briefly, the capital of the United States, and it’s where a bold move by George Washington one December day set America on the course it has followed ever since.

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Yet no one had ever written a complete, annotated history of Annapolis, from colonial days through the late twentieth century. Until now. Jane Wilson McWilliams spent a dozen years painstakingly tracking down facts, names, stories, photos, and legends for her book “Annapolis, City on the Severn.”

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Matt Lake “Weird Maryland”

November 12th, 2006

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It began a few years ago with a book called “Weird New Jersey.” It became such a hit, its creators began branching out, and looking for stories of the strange, the unusual, and, well, the weird in other states.

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That’s where Matt Lake comes in. He’s author of the latest installment in the series, “Weird Maryland.”

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