Love him or loathe him, Colin Kaepernick is arguably the most polarizing player in the National Football League - and potentially all of professional sports. At the time of publication, the headline-making quarterback is still a free agent. Let's rewind...
The Democrat majority in the Maryland General Assembly often mirrors national progressive movements. The push to increase the state’s minimum wage - or the fight for fifteen - is one such movement. However, a recent economic impact study and increasing technological...
Just over 50 years ago, students at the University of California, Berkeley protested for student's rights - free speech in particular - on campuses. It's tragically ironic that the same campus that once championed these campus rights now shuts...
Virginia election officials removed over 5,500 voters for non-citizenship since 2011 per a report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation.  One third of those removed cast ballots in that time for a total of nearly 7,500 illegal ballots from a...
The overwhelming message among democrats in Annapolis this past legislative session was quite clear: We do not like Donald Trump. Aside from the often-animated rhetoric heard on the House and Senate floors, there were several pieces of legislation introduced that...
In this year's legislative session, Governor Larry Hogan's Redistricting Reform Act (HB 385) was killed in Committee. The bill would have ended gerrymandering practices in the state by establishing a nonpartisan independent redistricting commission. It was voted down 18-5 along party lines in the House's...
  The need for adequate and affordable broadband in Maryland has risen exponentially in recent years.  If we’re being honest with ourselves, wired broadband access is no longer a 21st Century luxury, it’s a necessity, like water and electricity. So...
For eight years, Martin O’Malley governed the State of Maryland with almost unanimous support from his allies in the state legislature, particularly Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr. Former Governor O’Malley and Senate President Miller worked as a team,...
The current drinking age in United States is 21, and most Americans don’t view this as an abnormal restriction.  However, when you put the U.S. drinking age in the context of drinking ages around the world, the U.S. is...
Throughout the history of American Politics, there have been countless bold attempts or promises to ensure what every politician yearns for; re-election. However, few have been more ballsy than the formation of congressional districts by the overwhelmingly democratic Maryland Legislature...

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