As a registered architect here in Maryland and member of the American Institute of Architects, one thing I have to..
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I usually like to do posts on the lighter side for the weekend, but this came across my desk the..
Two pieces of opinion tonight from other folks then one from me. How does that sound? Because the pull quotes..
Since a lady named Kristina Rasmussen was nice enough to share this with me, I’ll bite. Yesterday the National Taxpayers’..
With all of the major legislation being passed this evening and late into the night by the Maryland General Assembly,..
Tomorrow evening at midnight the end of 90 days of peril to our basic freedoms comes to an end. There..
And it isn’t even Earth Day yet. But if you read this AP story by writer Tanalee Smith it’s apparent..
After giving all of you a literal dose of humor and hyperbole the last couple days, it’s time to get..
After my lunchtime post, I had some additional reaction from reader J.M., discussing in more detail Delaware vs. Maryland energy..
I found out something I wasn’t really aware of the other day, and was just waiting for the right moment..
On Friday I wrote about HB608, or as Delegate Eckardt called it, the “light bulb bill.” As I mentioned I..
Sometime this afternoon, the Judiciary Committee of the House of Delegates should get a copy of or hear this testimony..
Since not all of you had the opportunity to tune in… I hope you who listened had as much fun..
Time for my own shameless radio plug. Just to prove that it’s not just Brian, Mark, or Greg who can..
Apparently not to the Maryland General Assembly. We’re all familiar with the computer services tax slated to go into effect..
This afternoon it was learned that the Governor of New York state, Eliot Spitzer, is expected to resign his post..
Say what you will about the Maryland GOP, whoever does their press releases has had flying fingers lately. Of course,..
It never ceases to amaze me how those who are purportedly on our side can flail about so blindly sometimes...
While it’s almost certainly an exercise in futility, GOP delegates announced today their budget plan for FY 2009. (Thanks to..
I came across an interesting story today from the state of Vermont. Yesterday a State Senate committee there passed a..
I actually wrote this last night but wasn’t going to crosspost to Red Maryland until I noticed I got some..
Earlier this month, the political career of Wayne Gilchrest ended with a resounding thud as he lost the GOP primary..
Since I’ve been hot and heavy on legislative matters this week, I recently received some thoughts from a loyal reader..
In last fall’s special session, one thing that was pretty much passed in the dead of night was the infamous..