From our Black Lives Matter Exposed website: The Left loves to make family events political, apparently. A college student, Rachel Malstrom, at the University of Maryland wore a ‘Black Lives Matter t-shirt, was asked to cover it up, and she used it to become a viral Twitter sensation: “I don’t see ‘Black Lives Matter’ as […]
Since when is patriotism offensive or ‘divisive’? Apparently, it’s after a Republican wins the White House, at least to administrators at the Loyola Maryland University in Baltimore, Maryland.
Thanks for the property damages, Black Lives Matter activists. By some estimates, the city of Baltimore suffered between $9 million to $20 million in damages after riots and looting devastated their downtown area. Ferguson, Missouri saw at least $5.7 million in damages. That amounts to property damages between $14.7 million to $25.7 million. No estimates, […]
Looks like the state prosecution, led by Marilyn Mosby, didn’t convince the judge. The Baltimore Police van driver accused of giving a “rough ride” that killed Freddie Gray was acquitted of all charges Thursday by Circuit Judge Barry Williams. Officer Caesar Goodson Jr., 46, had faced the most serious charges of any of the six […]
Quite an interesting verdict: Baltimore Circuit Judge Barry Williams rejected the state’s case Monday against Officer Edward Nero, acquitting him on all counts for his role in the arrest of Freddie Gray. The verdict, which followed a five-day bench trial, is the first in the closely watched case. Nero, 30, had faced misdemeanor charges of […]
An effort led by Republican Governor Larry Hogan may have an independent panel draw up Maryland’s district boundaries, instead of having politicians gerrymander.
Interesting poll results, as the Baltimore Sun reported: When asked what the most important issue was facing the state, the largest share of respondents picked education (15 percent), which is almost always the case in Maryland. But the next three issues are right in Mr. Hogan’s wheelhouse — taxes (14 percent), economic growth and development […]
Prayers for Gov. Larry Hogan and his family during this tough time. Let’s hope he beats this cancer.
Protesters continued Saturday’s brief rampage yesterday, with violence, fires and looting going late into the night. They were protesting the death of Freddie Gray, who was arrested and placed in police custody, only to die hours later after a fatal spinal injury that has yet to be explained. So, protesters turned to looting a local […]
The protesters became violent and so the city police did not allow spectators at the local Baltimore Orioles game to leave the stadium at Camden Yards for awhile, until they could clear out the crowd and a path to the streets around the stadium. Players were aware of the protests as well.
12/5/2016 - College Student Wears ‘Black Lives Matter’ T-Shirt to Thanksgiving Dinner, said ‘White Privilege is Real’
11/28/2016 - Loyola Maryland University Calls ‘Party in the USA’ Theme ‘Divisive’
9/23/2016 - Remember This? Previous Black Lives Matter Riots Cost Baltimore Up to $20 Million, Ferguson $5.7 Million
6/24/2016 - Van Driver in Freddie Gray Case is Cleared of All Charges
5/24/2016 - In Freddie Gray Case, Police Officer Edward Nero found Not Guilty
11/5/2015 - Maryland could have Nonpartisan Redistricting Soon
10/6/2015 - Is Maryland a Purple State? GOP Gov. Hogan has 58% Approval Rating
6/23/2015 - Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced He Has Cancer
4/28/2015 - Recap of the Baltimore Riots
4/26/2015 - Freddie Gray Protests Stopped Spectators at Baseball Game from Leaving