Lots of Good Stuff in Maryland Reporter and Other News Today ~ Annapolis Capital Punishment

Friday, October 29, 2010

Lots of Good Stuff in Maryland Reporter and Other News Today

Hey all you political news junkies out there.....for starters, see what Megan Poinski writes about judicial appointments, including our Anne Arundel County Circuit Court Judges:

Then, in their daily state roundup there are all kinds of stories about early voting, the hotly contested District One Congressional Race, of course there is is plenty about Ehrlich and O'Malley and lo and behold, MarylandReporter also picked up my satirical poem about the candidates on Halloween night (which I read On The Foerfront on 1430WNAV today). Somehow or another Maryland Reporter misidentified me as John Foer.....?????  

It's all at http://marylandreporter.com/State-Roundup-Oct29-2010.aspx

AND  Lazing in The Sun......
MarylandReporter also points to an article in The Baltimore Sun by Nicole Fuller:
CORDISH INQUIRY: Opponents of slots at Arundel Mills are asking Attorney General Douglas Gansler to look into claims that developer David Cordish violated campaign law by offering ownership stakes and perks to businesses in exchange for their support of the casino issue, reports the Sun's Nicole Fuller. In response, Cordish called the slots opponents "desperate."

HEY!  ACP broke the story about the Cordish letter/promise?/bribe?/offer?/deal? right here: http://annapoliscapitalpunishment.blogspot.com/2010/10/cordish-urges-business-support-by.html  on October 15. I guess The Sun kind of missed that....zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.......(or do I say that Fuller gave it the brush? Anyone remember The Fuller Brush Man? See http://www.fuller.com/About.asp )

Ahh....the endless post modern reflection upon reflection upon reflection in the mass media's hall of mirrors....just like in Dr. Dark's Circus......something wicked this way comes....

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