From the Baltimore Sun Op-Ed Page
Greg Kline delivers a controversial piece about the folly of marijuana legalization.
Hogan for Governor
The editors at Red Maryland have given our unanimous and full-throated endorsement to Larry Hogan to be the next Governor of Maryland.
Hogan wins December Poll
Larry Hogan won the Red Maryland December Poll with 30.5% of the vote, followed by Delegate Ron George with 26% and undecided with 18.9%. Click here to view all of the poll results.
Gun Message Off Target
Maryland's climb up the Brady Center gun control rankings are meaningless and based on fallacies.
Montgomery School Advocates Failing Kids
Education advocates in Montgomery County are failing area students by focusing not on student performance, but on the scourge of strawberry milk.
The New State House Press Policy
Mark Newgent notes that the new State House press policy requiring background checks to obtain a press pass will give some bloggers pause given the O'Malley administration's history of using government documents to attack their enemies.
On Mac McGarry
Brian shares a few thoughts about the passing of Mac McGarry.
Red Maryland Live at #TTT14
The Red Maryland Network will be broadcasting live from the Maryland Citizen Action Network's Turning the Tides 2014 Conference at the Doubletree Hotel in Annapolis. The conference will be on Saturday, January 11th, with a dinner the preceding night on Friday, January 10th.
Red Maryland is a sponsor of Turning the Tides 2014, and will be one of the sponsors of Red Maryland Blogger's Row.
From the Network
- Red Maryland Radio: Brian and Greg discussed our endorsement of Larry Hogan, the Red Maryland Poll results, and Greg's piece on marijuana.
- The Broadside: June Smith joined Andrew and Mark to discuss the arrogance of our public rulers.
- Red Maryland Election Focus: interviews with House of Delegates Candidates Bob Long, Darren Wigfield, and Sid Saab.
- 15 Minutes: Nathan Volke, chairman of the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee.
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