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Costco in Wheaton? What About Woodies and Hot Shoppes?

January 17, 2010

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Adam Pagnucco over at Maryland Politics Watch has broken a big story about Montgomery County subsidizing a Costco store to locate in Wheaton. He’s promising more details on Monday. Seems like it would be more sensible for the county to fight to keep Costco out of Wheaton. If we have to have one, why not […]

Beginning The 'Great Reset' In America

January 13, 2010

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Today is the first day of the 2010 legislative session for the Maryland General Assembly. The state of Maryland, along with most of its counties and local governments, is at a point of financial reckoning. Maryland is not alone. Almost every other state is in the same predicament, or worse. It is possible that California […]

Wild Speculation About The New Year, 2010

December 31, 2009

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It’s the last day of 2009, the last day of the decade. Let’s have some fun. Nobody can predict the future, but that’s not going to stop me from making a few wild speculations about things that might happen in 2010.  Herewith, wild guesses based on nothing more than a hunch. No ambitious Republican is […]

Ehrlich vs. O’Malley? Read All About It

December 18, 2009

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Bob Ehrlich and Martin O'Malley, 2010 election for Maryland governor, analysis in Maryland Politics Watch

Blogs in Maryland, Read All About It

November 19, 2009

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If you’re interested in the state of the blogosphere in Maryland, Adam Pagnucco at Maryland Politics Watch has you covered. Read all about it in Adam’s most recent analysis of Maryland blogging. The vitality of blogs in Maryland becomes more important as the MSM collapses and the media audience continues to fragment. BTW, Maryland Politics […]

Blogging In Maryland — MPW Displaces RM As No. 1 In Politics

February 12, 2009

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Congratulations to Maryland Politics Watch, which is justifiably proud that it is now the most-visited political blog in Maryland. MPW reports that it recorded 45,654 visits in the four-month period from October 2008 through January 2009, for the first time surpassing Red Maryland, which had 43,022 visits. The visits counts are according to Sitemeter. In […]

Life and Politics in Maryland, 2009

January 5, 2009

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First Monday of the Year in Ocean City Back to work! I’m always happy when we have survived the holiday season, and we can get back to life and work and politics as normal in Maryland, whatever that is. This morning, I have already dust mopped the entire apartment with a Swiffer-brand dust cloth. This […]