2015 in Review: Most Read Stories by Month
Red Maryland was all over the stories that mattered in 2015. Here are the most read stories from each month of the past year:
- January: That’s Not How Any Of This Works: A discussion of Frederick County Councilman Kirby Delauter’s snafu.
- February: Democratic Hypocrisy on Transportation Spending, In One Chart: Remember when Maryland Democrats vehemently opposed lower taxes on middle and working class families?
- March: Don’t Know Much About (Maryland) History?: A Maryland Day primer.
- April: Naivete, Ignorance, and Political Malpractice: Democrats and Union activists don’t know or don’t care about facts and history.
- May: A Better Baltimore, Part I: Property Taxes: A sensible way to improve Baltimore.
- June: Where Rawlings-Blake Politicizes, Hogan Leads: Leadership in Baltimore is coming from Annapolis.
- July: A Different Maryland GOP Rising Stars List: A Rebuttal to a list created by a Democrat.
- August: The Vile Writings of Barry Rascovar: Leftist reporter shows his true, hateful colors.
- September: The One Tweet that Shows the Maryland Democrats Hypocrisy on Early Voting: Identifying the hypocrisy of Maryland Democrats…..again.
- October: The Baltimore Jail Hearing: A Political Gimmick: The Democrats decided to hold a hearing about Governor Hogan’s decision to do the right thing.
- November: While Liberalism Slept: How Larry Hogan And the MDGOP Are Spreading the Right Message–And Winning: FYI: We’re all Changing Maryland, for the Better.
- December: Delegate Deb Rey for President? One of our favorite stories of all time.