Something was going down at the no-name motel (the one just north of the infamous Cadillac (sp?) in Brandywine). The P.G. County police were cuffin’ and stuffin’ as I sailed by around 4:30.
Mike Miller is backing John Edwards for 2008.
From preschool to graduate school, Maryland needs to more strongly emphasize math, science and language to help produce the future mathematicians, engineers and linguists needed to meet the military’s demand at Fort Meade, the National Security Agency and Aberdeen Proving Ground, state and defense industry leaders said yesterday.
Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown said that while he hoped local school systems will remain “true to the fundamentals of reading, writing and math,” the forces of the base realignment and closure process “should be reflected in the curriculum.”
...to secure funding for the planetarium. Now we know why he has that county car. Seriously though, why is this old coot so fascinated by the idea of a planetarium?
....pimpin’ the commissioner’s ice rink! [Indy editorial]
....for a new tank! (have at it guys, as much as I support the sheriff, even I think this is b.s. [Indy A-1]
....for District 2 seat. [Indy A-11]
The world cares very little about what a man or woman knows; it is what a man or woman is able to do that counts. Booker T. Washington
Nathaniel B. Thomas, a Prince Georges County school board member, accused of having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student, surrendered to authorities yesterday afternoon, four days after a warrant was issued for his arreast.
Former Vice President Al Gore appeared to be mostly a silhouette and Tennessee twang against a backdrop of red charts and depictions of melting glaciers and stranded polar bears last night, but that was all his faithful needed to stay glued to their bleacher seats as he laid out the case for global warming at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.