COURT NEWS: Order in the Court! The Judge is Eating Beans! Despite a high court ruling, the Maryland Judiciary is still refusing to divulge codes that hide the identities of District Court Judges

Administrative Office of the Courts, et al. v. Abell Foundation, Case No. 1955, September Term 2019. Opinion by Nazarian, J. MARYLAND PUBLIC INFORMATION ACT – ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS – DISCLOSURE OF RECORDS Maryland Rule 16-905 requires the custodian of an administrative record to deny a request to disclose that record unless (among other things) the record […]

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ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE LIED: Video shows Anne Arundel Police Concocted Story of Impatient Tesla Driver Striking School Crossing Guard

ANNE ARUNDEL POLICE LIED: Video shows Anne Arundel Police Concocted Story of Impatient Tesla Driver Striking School Crossing Guard GLEN BURNIE, MD. – A video shows that the Anne Arundel County Police lied about a driver who was charged with driving his Tesla into a school crossing guard, causing an injury. ABC7 interviews crossing guard […]

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AMERICAN HISTORY: Sculptures that adorn the Rotunda of the United States Capitol

Preservation of Captain John Smith by Pocahontas, 1606, Relief Sculpture The Basics ARTIST: Antonio CapellanoMATERIALS: SandstoneYEAR: 1825LOCATION: Above the West Door Landing of the Pilgrims, 1620, Relief Sculpture ARTIST: Enrico CausiciMATERIALS: SandstoneYEAR: 1825LOCATION: Above the East Door Conflict of Daniel Boone and the Indians, 1773, Relief Sculpture ARTIST: Enrico CausiciMATERIALS: SandstoneYEAR:1827LOCATION: Above the South Door […]

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OPINION: Radical Marxists of Black Lives Matter are Right to Hate Old Glory and for Which It Stands — Just like Hitler, Bin Laden, and other Despotic Goons

Those BLM people have their reasoning wrong about why the American Flag is a Symbol of Hatred.   BUT THEY ARE CORRECT IT IS A SYMBOL THAT HAS BEEN MUCH HATED THROUGHOUT THE HISTORY OF OUR GREAT NATION AND THAT IS A FACT! Guest Editorial by David Wright The Barbary Pirates were perhaps the first to […]

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