The latest in our series of stories that should surprise nobody who is paying attention. Today's entry in the #UNEXPECTEDLY chronicles comes from the Washington Post in a friendly price on the new governor of Maryland: She was a painter displaying her abstract landscapes, a single mother of three daughters who’d grown up on a … Continue reading The #UNEXPECTEDLY Chronicles Oh THAT love story
The latest in our series of posts that will not surprise any person who has been paying attention. Today's installment comes from the PJ Tatler and concerns efforts of the powers that be in Maryland to make sure they REMAIN the powers that be: The group, Virginia Voters Alliance, says that it compared how … Continue reading The #Unexpectedly Chronicles PJ Tatler and Maryland
Marty McFly: Nobody calls me a chicken Back to the Future 1985 Last week In my subscription commentary I talked a bit about the concept of treating your voters like customers. I made the same suggestion concerning states noting that Massachusetts has lost an average of an electoral vote for every decade of my life … Continue reading Everybody blog about how fine Maryland Must be Doing
Still catching up on some CPAC interviews this one is with candidate Daniel Bongino who is running for the GOP nomination Maryland for US Senate His web site is here.
This time in overwhelmingly democratic Maryland: The withdrawal capped a tumultuous few weeks, which began with the bill’s sponsors saying that its passage was all but assured and that Maryland would soon become the sixth state to legalize same-sex marriage. But the closer the bill got to a final vote, the bumpier its path became. … Continue reading Gay Marriage fails yet again
I've talked a bit about the difference between what a poll might say vs actual actions. Early this morning insty linked to this post at hotair concerning polling on libertarian issues such as Gay Marriage. Forgetting the splits lets see how this actually works in practice in a couple of blue states: Getting a gay … Continue reading Polls vs Actions
Let's take a peek around a few blogs in the field guide: We will start with Cynthia Yockey who explained what liberal taxation did to a once thriving film industry in Maryland: Maryland’s film industry caught my eye. Not too long ago, the Baltimore-Washington area was third in the country after Los Angeles and New … Continue reading A peek around the field guide