Steny Hoyer goes off-message on health care rationing.

    Assuming that there’s any sort of on-message at this point. Via Hot Air, here’s the latest cloud of ink from a Democrat perhaps worried about the way things are going: Hoyer (D-Md.) emphasized his support for a public option in a teleconference call with reporters, but also said he wants to ensure Congress sends a bill to the president. “I’m for a public option, but | Read More »

    Proposing to your fiancee: Yes/No.

    Working with Disneyland to create a music/dance number with a theme, rehearsals, and advance planning: Using your position as a state legislator to acquire scarce city resources for your proposal – which includes the police threatening to make a false arrest of your fiancee: Del. Jon S. Cardin found the woman of his dreams, and suddenly those three little words were on his lips: police-involved | Read More »


    Ben Cardin’s Next Townhall

    Senator Ben Cardin is having another townhall. It’s tomorrow. You can RSVP to attend if you live in Maryland.Keep in mind that he stockpiled SEIU, AFL-CIO, and ACORN members at the last meeting, then belittled his constituents when they asked him questions.I encourage you to show up.Remember, you must RSVP.Details are:Wednesday, August 12th – 1 p.m. Hagerstown Community College Kepler Theater 11400 Robinwood Drive Hagerstown, | Read More »

    Angry Mob Strikes Again

    The angry, Right-Wing extremist, Nazi mob was in rare form tonight. There was about 2000 people in attendance (including those inside the venue), most of which were those disgusting Un-American hate-mongers. Those vile retched excuses for citizens kept asking those dreadful questions:

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    My talk with Charles Lollar (R-Cand, MD-05?).

    I had the opportunity to speak with Charles Lollar, Charles County (Maryland) Republican Central Committee Chairman, in a phone interview last week. Below are some of the things that we discussed. First off, a bit of background: Charles Lollar is a business owner and member of the Marine Corps Reserve who has been spending the last few years promoting things like the Taxpayers’ Bill of | Read More »

    Congressman Kratovil FAIL

    Frank Kratovil (D-MD) is a freshman member of congress representing Maryland’s First Congressional District. He’s also extremely vulnerable. You’d think he wouldn’t do stuff like this. A young boy in the crowd asks the Congressman, “My grandfather is a retire war veteran. What are you going to do to make sure he is cared for with Health Care?” Congressman Kratovil’s response? He starts talking about | Read More »

    Maryland millionaires’ massive migration.

    There is a glaring inaccuracy in the linked WSJ article on vanishing Maryland millionaires. Essentially, It is not “a two-minute drill in soak-the-rich economics:” Maryland couldn’t balance its budget last year, so the state tried to close the shortfall by fleecing the wealthy. Politicians in Annapolis created a millionaire tax bracket, raising the top marginal income-tax rate to 6.25%. And because cities such as Baltimore | Read More »

    Buzz about Charles Lollar for MD Governor?

    Charles Lollar is the chairman of the Republican Party’s Charles County Central Committee in Maryland. Businessman, major in the Marine Reserve (served in Kosovo), involved in the Tea Party movement: he’s not yet declared for next year’s gubernatorial race, but his name keeps coming up in local discussions. There’s also now a Draft Charles Lollar site.  Generally, this guy sounds like he’d be at least | Read More »

    Rep. Eliot Engel (D, NY-17) gets away with tax evasion.

    I’ll need to remember this one if I ever have issues with my own state taxes: Bronx Rep. Eliot Engel calls Maryland home for tax break Bronx Rep. Eliot Engel may call himself a life-long Bronx resident, but he has also called Maryland his primary residence for years to get a local tax break that state officials have just squashed. Engel, who rents an apartment | Read More »

    Maryland: Tradition and History Severed With New State Song Legislation

    Contrary to popular conception, the South was not united during the Civil War. Every single southern state gave thousands of their sons to the northern armies and Maryland was no different. In fact, Maryland gave more soldiers to northern armies than it did southern (About 32,981 fought for the north and only 4,039 fought for the south). But this does not mean that Maryland was | Read More »

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    Yet *another* Democratic Mayor arrested on felony charges.

    It’s perversely impressive when they actually, literally steal from the poor. Very 19th Century, only with better sanitation. Baltimore mayor indicted on theft, perjury charges BALTIMORE — Mayor Sheila Dixon was indicted Friday on charges that she accepted illegal gifts during her time as mayor and City Council president, including travel, fur coats and gift cards intended for the poor that she allegedly used instead | Read More »

    Today’s Headlines — Dec. 17, 2008   Fed reduces rates as far as they can go Bank steams in uncharted territory to aid economy —- Gown registry started for Inauguration —- Paris bomb worries U.S. shoppers — Madoff scheme hits Jewish charities hard Riled investors scramble for funding —- World leaders clash on Iran sanctions Arab states divided on nuclear program  — Maryland furloughs to | Read More »

    US House Committe Happenings

    As has been widely reported on Redstate state today Republican Rep. Don Young (Alaska) has stepped down as Ranking Minority Member of the House Natural Resources Committee.  This does not come as a huge shock for it was reported on Redstate yesterday that Republican Minority Leader Rep. John Boehner (Ohio-8) was going to try and force him from the post.  Republican Rep. David Camp (Michigan-4) | Read More »

    Three Way Battle For Top Republican Post on House Armed Services Committee

    There are three Republican Congressional Members that are positioning themselves to take the top spot on their side of the aisle for the House Armed Services Committee.  They are Representative John McHugh (New York-23), Representative Roscoe Bartlett (Maryland-6), and Representative Mac Thornberry (Texas-13).  McHugh is the most senior member member on the committe and that goes a long way, especially in the Republican Caucus, and for | Read More »

    Maryland District 7

    After the 2000 census, the district was drastically extended by the Democrat dominated legislature. With the population of Baltimore City drastically declining, the 7th district was extended. The new district cut into Roscoe Bartlett’s territory of North Howard County as well as the liberal portion of the county represented by Ben Cardin. This resulted in the 6th district becoming more liberal without Northern Howard County. | Read More »