Last night I went to the Annapolis City Council meeting hoping to hear a thing or two about the Market House fiasco. I was not disappointed, despite there being no mention of the Market House on the agenda. Or the upcoming request to double Annapolis’ credit [...]Continue Reading →
By Anthony Chelette
Photos by Sarah Culver
You might think that the best conversations might be had amongst Johnnies, with all the big books they read. Or, maybe deep thoughts are exchanged at the Naval Academy, where Middies wax poetic about— er, depth charges or something. I’d like to submit the possibility that the best, [...]Continue Reading →
In Frontiers, Liberty by Anthony Chelette
Americans love frontiers.
Why? Because frontiers are where liberty is most clearly found. Frontiers allow us to leave old tyrannies behind, and carve for ourselves the better life we deserve but are rarely given.
Today in America, there is no frontier with more hope than the internet. Like [...]Continue Reading →
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