Democrat Hypocrisy for the Environment and Light Rail
President Obama and Baltimore Democrats are willing to endanger an endangered species for a light rail line a la THIS article from the Local section of CBS Baltimore. How about letting us drill in Alaska for oil where only over-populated caribou roam? No way, not for oil. Perhaps if we found an endangered crustacean in the area we could get an expidited environmental study like | Read More »
DGA Martin ‘Whitebread’ O’Malley (D, MD) speaks on Republican racism!
So. We got Maryland Governor and DGA head Martin O’Malley out there SNEERING about us awful, awful racist Republicans (for the full effect, assume that I’m fluttering my hands like I’ve got the St. Vitus’ dance): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LcE4H-DCCN0 Using Governor Rick Perry (formerly) of the RGA for that, too. You see, good old Martin here really, really respects the heck out of Rick, you understand; despite | Read More »
Interview: Baltimore Area Young GOP Pres Trae Lewis
Recently, the Baltimore Area Young Republicans elected new leadership. The new President is a 26 year old, black writer from the Baltimore area. He’s recently upgraded their Twitter feed and has a lot of ideas on what he wants to do with the organization. Lewis was willing to sit down for an email-based interview, the first non-candidate I’ve interviewed on this site. Matthew Newman:What made | Read More »
Obama shoots his own party in the foot at GOP Retreat
While reading how those on the left are gleefully referring to Obama’s attendance at Friday’s GOP Retreat in Baltimore as a “smackdown” against the Republicans, I can’t help but chuckle to myself when remembering these words from Ronald Reagan: “The trouble with our liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant; it’s just that they know so much that isn’t so” The Dems may not realize | Read More »
Mayor Sheila Dixon (D) of Baltimore to resign.
(H/T: @leonwolf) About time, too. Baltimore Mayor Sheila Dixon, the first woman to hold the city’s highest position, will officially resign her post as mayor. A deal was reached in the case regarding her recent conviction and her future case involving perjury charges, 11 News I-Team reporter David Collins said Wednesday afternoon. Lawyers for Dixon and state prosecutors in her embezzlement trial spent time behind | Read More »