ABOUT THE BLOGGERS
Red Maryland has strived to be the premier blog and radio network of conservative and Republican politics and ideas in the free state since 2007. Its posts appear here regularly.
Mark Newgent has contributed commentary to The Washington Examiner, frequently analyzing the city and state in which he lived. That included a memorable piece in 2011 labeling public-sector unions, environmental groups and corporate campaign donors "the iron triangle of one-party rule in Maryland." Mark's work has appeared in National Review Online, and he is an frequent guest on WBAL Radio.
Brian Griffiths is a co-founder and contributing editor for Red Maryland, a host of Red Maryland Radio, the president of the Red Maryland Network and chairman of the Maryland Young Republicans. He has worked on and advised numerous local, state and federal campaigns. Brian brings a focus to state-level issues, a passion for small-government principlesand a dedication to openness and transparency on both sides of the political spectrum.
Greg Kline is a co-founder and contributing editor for Red Maryland, hosted the ground breaking Conservative Refuge Podcast and co-hosts Red Maryland Radio. A Maryland attorney, Greg was part of the legal team that defeated the General Assembly's effort to fire the Public Service Commission in 2006. A former Republican candidate for the Maryland House of Delegates and for chairman of the Maryland Republican Party, Greg brings his experience and insider contacts to his coverage of state politics.