Red Maryland week in review

What you might have missed last week on Red Maryland

December 02, 2013

A Missed Opportunity
Greg Kline writes that a resolution introduced at last weekend's Maryland Republican Party Convention was an opportunity to take a stand against bad apples within our ranks.

Nuclear Politics
The deal last weekend that was agreed upon between the Iranian regime and the west is a Nuclear Munich.

Unveiling the Anonymous Blogger
Mark Newgent solves the mystery of who is behind a local anonymous smear site.

 

Red Maryland at Association Lunch

Red Maryland's Brian Griffiths will be a member of the Political Blogger panel at the Maryland Government Relations Association Annual Meeting and Lunch at the Loews Annapolis Hotel on Tuesday, December 3rd at 11:30 am.

Joining Brian on the panel will be Dan Furmansky from Maryland Juice and Len Lazarick from MarylandReporter.com.

For more information call Bill Castelli at 800-638-6425 or email mdgovrelations@gmail.com.

 

From the Network

  • The Broadside: Flying solo, Andrew talked about the unveiling of the anonymous blogger.
  • Red Maryland Radio: On a special Wednesday episode, Brian and Greg discussed the State Party Convention (including a spirited discussion about the Fiastro resolution), about how football is evolving, and Thanksgiving.
  • Raging Against the Rhetoric: Jackie talked about the convention and gave out her own "Best of the Convention" awards.
  • 15 Minutes: Donald Quinn
  • Red Maryland Election Focus: A focus on the 6th Congressional district, featuring interviews with Dan Bongino and David Vogt.
  • Classic Red Maryland Radio: As a Thanksgiving treat, a rebroadcast of a classic Red Maryland Radio episode from the WAMD days in August 2008. 


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