Tuesday, January 19, 2021

INTELLIGENT CONVERSATION

National

ImpeachAPalooza features Maryland’s best podcasts discussing the insurrection and inauguration

Our ElectionPalooza crew has reassembled to discuss the future of America. Don Mohler and Nestor host Lucinda Ware, Tom Coale, Candace Dodson-Reed, Marc Steiner and Damian O'Doherty as we talk through the most turbulent week of our lifetime in this country.

American Presidential history through the genius lens of a Pulitzer-winning eye

White House photographer Doug Mills focuses on four decades of chronicling Presidents with insider storytelling that will make you glad you spent time with this one. From Trump calling him a genius to the iconic image of Bush learning of 9/11 and playing horseshoes with his father and sharing Christmas Eve with the Reagans.

Ball says coup attempt on Capitol is reminder of division and anger in America

Howard County Executive Calvin Ball discusses the disturbing images from the coup attempt on our nation's Capitol and how his county is battling COVID and all of the unfolding issues of the pandemic.

History and a civics class with Johnny O in the aftermath of insurrection at U.S. Capitol

We were all outraged by what we saw on Wednesday. Let two Baltimore County Executives – and former high school history teachers – guide you on where we are on the arc of the American story.

Madam Speaker Jones discusses Trump mob coup attack at the United States Capitol

We have been going around the state all week discussing the events of Wednesday in Washington, D.C. Madam Speaker Adrienne Jones joined us from Annapolis to discuss the future and our General Assembly here in Maryland.

A functioning government is the only path to exit this pandemic

Maryland Senator Ben Cardin updates us from Washington on what to expect in the most turbulent times in American history and why we'll have a peaceful transition of power in January.

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Ingram’s exit only reminds of more changes on way for Ravens

Cutting the veteran running back saves Baltimore $5 million on the 2020 salary cap.