Red Maryland week in review

December 23, 2013

From the Baltimore Sun Op-Ed Page
Brian Griffiths asks if those fighting the War on Christmas are really fighting the fight they think they are fighting.

Tari Moore Redux
Just because Cecil County Executive Tari Moore has returned to the Republican Party doesn't make her actions of last year any less disgraceful. She remains unfit to serve in office.

Marijuana Redux
Greg Kline continues to provide evidence regarding the harmfulness of marijuana; be sure to check out his fans in the comments section.

Website Follies
Mark Newgent talks about the Anthony Brown website glitch that you might not know about...

Where are the Adults?
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's budget website is a distracting game for a city desperately in need of economic development, proving once again that the City of Baltimore needs adult supervision.

Red Maryland Giving Guide
Still need to buy a present for that hard-to-buy-for-Conservative? Try these.

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: The annual Red Maryland Radio Christmas episode.
  • Raging Against the Rhetoric: Jackie talks about the proposed salary increase for state officials, as well as renewed calls for Delegate Don Dwyer to resign.
  • J. Doug at Night: Doug responds to Greg's piece on marijuana and interviews state Senate candidate Thomas Wilson.
  • The Broadside: Mark and Andrew talk about the Obamacare situation in Maryland as well as the "right" to use the bathroom in any business you choose.
  • Red Maryland Election Focus:Greg focuses on the positive things we have heading into 2014, recapping previous interviews with Delegate Tony O'Donnell and Prince George's County Central Committee Member Lee Havis.
  • 15 Minutes: Nathan Volke, Chairman of the Anne Arundel County Republican Central Committee.

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