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"I’m more enlightened!" "No, I am!"

Moco Exec Ike Leggett tells WMAL-AM radio that the reason Moco has embraced illegal immigrants (rather than withholding public services) is because of “enlightened leadership.” You can imagine that leaders in Prince William County, Va. — where legislators are “cracking ...

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New York Times upsets Bill Struever

Bill Struever was a little riled up Thursday morning as he addressed folks who were about to take the Baltimore Development Corp.’s 2007 Baltimore City Real Estate Tour. What had the founder of Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse upset was ...

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The end of the world?

For three days in a row now, The Wall Street Journal has run page one stories knocking the props out from under a different pillar of what has passed for Universal Truth in our times. Today, it was “Republicans Grow ...

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Amateurs, pros share the green

Yesterday was the day for the amateurs to play like the pros. Well, to be a bit more accurate: it was the day for the amateurs to play with the pros. The pro-am for the Constellation Energy Seniors Players Championship ...

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Overheard in the court

At the Court of Appeals yesterday, while I was waiting for arguments in the Baby case to start, I sat and listened to the arguments in another case, Attorney Grievance Commission v. Ralph Edward Hall Jr. Hall, who is married, ...

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Feds go crabbing

A Crisfield seafood wholesaler, MeTompkin Bay Oyster Company, pled guilty last month to federal charges of purchasing and selling undersized crabs. The AP reports the company was hit with a $50,000 fine, and was ordered to hand over 3,200 dozen ...

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Who’s calling US losers?

Did the Wall Street Journal just call Marylanders losers? How ironic. “We’re especially glad this month that we don’t live in Maryland,” writes a WSJ reporter yesterday. Note: Through the link above, you’ll only be able to access the first ...

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