Message to Duckpin’s Brian Griffiths: Don’t Oppose Gov. Wes Moore great ideas because he is a Democrat
Recently in his blog Duckpin, long-time Republican operative Brian Griffiths wrote a piece...Read More
As we enter the 2023 Legislative Session, I look forward to standing with the Moore-Miller administration in raising the minimum wage from $13.25 to $15.00 right now, and not in three years.Read More
Retiring Sen. Ron. Young has written a memoir of the portion of his career he’ll probably be best remembered for: his 16 years as mayor of Frederick starting in 1974.Read More
Tired of being kicked by a mule, State Sen. Chris West has some proposals on the future of the Republican Party in Maryland
As we begin the new year, I want to reflect on the future of the Maryland Republican Party. My...Read More
The names on The Baltimore Sun homicide webpage are listed chronologically but have no features that stand out. Beside each name is an age, a gender, an address, and a race. Most of the names are those of young men in their 20s, Black, and dying somewhere in Baltimore’s Black butterfly.Read More
The new talk of the town is governor-elect Wes Moore’s baby bonds program. Throughout his campaign, Moore pitched the baby bonds program as a way to ensure that infants born in poverty arrive at adulthood in a more equal economic situation as their wealthier peers. With this program, every child born in Medicaid—largely Black and Latino–could get $3,200.Read More
Maryland’s hospital emergency rooms have the longest wait times in the country, according to a Dec. 21 investigation by Meredith Cohn in the Baltimore Banner. That’s a bad distinction for our state to have at any time, and especially when multiple winter viruses are slamming ERs nationwide.Read More
It made me laugh. It made me cry. And it makes me sad to write about Sun columnist Dan Rodricks’...Read More
For years, we, as Republicans, would joke that we needed to win above the margin of the alleged fraud. We contended and joked that in places like my own hometown of Baltimore City, fake ballots and dead voters were the name of the game.Read More
In today’s election, Baltimore City voters will consider the critical question of whether city...Read More
Maryland Reporter does not endorse candidates or accept political advertising. This commentary is...Read More
If you been following mainstream media coverage of the race for governor, you may be under the...Read More
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