WHERE’S THE PERMIT? FIRING OF CODE CHIEF FIRST SHOT IN PERMIT SCAM PERMIT FRAUD COULD COST PROPERTY OWNERS UNTOLD SUMS; LEAVES ST. MARY’S OPEN TO MILLIONS IN CLAIMS & CLASS ACTION SUIT The happy face of St. Mary’s Board may soon be replaced with the mantle of responsibility for region’s biggest government boondoggle News […]Continue Reading
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Order in the court, the Judge is eating beans, or perhaps, is simply off her meds. WJLA reports that Judge Joan Davenport has been arrested on a charge of assault on Judge Sharon Goodie.Continue Reading
(Note: not all of the watermen shown in photo with Gov. Hogan are poachers. They appeared with Hogan on Feb. 27, 2016 to have a breakfast in Waldorf as the Governor pursued his policy to put a hold on oyster replenishment programs.) OUTLAW WATERMEN FEAR FISH STUDY COULD CUT DOWN ON THEIR POACHING OPPORTUNITIES […]Continue Reading
Clare was the best choice, there just weren’t enough smart voters to recognize it.Continue Reading
How can Governor Larry Hogan not look good when he is stuck in the middle between Senators Barbara Mikulski and Ben Cardin, who both look like refugees from the circus, Ben having lost his Bozo wig and Barbara as wide as she is tall looking like a double-stuffed avocado on steroidsContinue Reading
The Democrats have twice lost the Governor’s post in the past twelve years by nominating a minority candidate who also an incumbent Lt. Governor was playing second fiddle to a two-term Democrat Governor who had become vastly unpopular due to extremist policies.Continue Reading
Forty percent of Marylanders have a favorable opinion of Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, and 43 percent have an unfavorable opinion of him.
Nineteen percent of residents think Governor O’Malley should run for president in 2016, while 65 percent do not think he should run.Continue Reading
Matt Morgan the Carpetbagger – Matt Morgan the Carpetbagger – Will Charles County get an extra delegate?Continue Reading
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COLLEGE PARK, MD. — As the upcoming school year approaches, changes are being made to the median located at the 7300 block of Baltimore Avenue in College Park. Students will be moving back to campus on August 22, 2014.
A median fence is being built in order to encourage pedestrians to utilize the designated crosswalks.
Perhaps a pedestrian bridge should be built, but then, perhaps a fence would have to be built along the edge of the bridge to keep drunken students from tossing beer bottled down onto traffic.Continue Reading
Who gave you kids the crazy idea you could just walk across the border and stay?Continue Reading