Articles Tagged 'Maryland'
In Pennsylvania race, Democrats work on appealing to working-class white men
Democrats have tossed diversity overboard in favor of a white-guys-on-deck strategy in next week’s special congressional election between Conor Lamb and Republican Rick Saccone in…
Maryland school district explores ban on Confederate clothes
A Maryland school district is exploring whether it can legally prohibit students from wearing the Confederate flag on clothing and other accessories.
The Carroll County…
Supreme Court shoots down gun cases, upholds ban on assault weapons and open-carry
The Supreme Court announced Monday it had declined to hear two Second Amendment cases, leaving intact gun control laws in Maryland that restrict the types…
Elon Musk gets OK to start digging in early step toward hyperloop dream
Maryland has given transportation pioneer Elon Musk permission to dig tunnels for the high-speed, underground transit system known as a hyperloop that Musk wants to…
Maryland mounts new defense of Hillary Clinton’s lawyers
Maryland officials appear to have begun to circle the wagons in defending Hillary Clinton’s lawyers, according to the lawyer trying to get them punished by…
Five Illegal Alien MS-13 Members Charged in Maryland Woman’s Murder
Five illegal aliens who are part of the MS-13 gang were charged in connection with the brutal murder of a Maryland woman who was beaten…
NSA BLIMP SPIED IN THE UNITED STATES
TO RESIDENTS OF MARYLAND, catching an occasional glimpse of a huge white blimp floating in the sky is not unusual. For more than a decade,…
Police Spy Tools Evolve Faster Than Lawmakers Can Keep Up
In late October, a group of Maryland legislators met with police officials, attorneys, privacy advocates, and policy analysts to discuss creating a legal framework to…
Maryland Delegate To Introduce Bill Targeting Terror-Tied Mosques
Maryland Delegate David Vogt, a veteran of a combat unit within the U.S. Marine Corps, will be introducing a bill targeting the tax-exempt status of…
GOP frosh: Where’s my health care?
By GLENN THRUSH, POLITICO
A conservative Maryland physician elected to Congress on an anti-Obamacare platform surprised fellow freshmen at a Monday orientation session by demanding to know why his government-subsidized health care plan takes a month to kick in.
Republican Andy Harris, an anesthesiologist who defeated freshman Democrat Frank Kratovil on Marylandâ€™s Eastern Shore, reacted incredulously when informed that…