Read what you missed this weekend


Larry Hogan’s campaign is spending all day Monday in Western Maryland assuming the weather permits it.

Maryland State Senator Delores Kelley (a Democrat) called for more regulations because the “general public is not smart enough” to not be fooled.

If you missed it Friday, Delegate Pat McDonough told me to go back to South Carolina (where I haven’t lived in almost 8 years) just because I asked him a question.

There was a debate Friday morning between Maryland gubernatorial candidates David Craig and Larry Hogan. It was closed to the media and no other candidates were invited. Ron George wasn’t happy about not being invited to that debate or how the organizers treated him. George also seems to blame Hogan supporters for shutting him out of debate on March 26 when the State House is in session.

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) now has 7 primary opponents. Filing opens this week and it appears it will be difficult for Graham to avoid a runoff election.

Following up some previous stories, Chick-Fil-A has given the option to individual location owners to sell fish sandwiches during Lent.

McConnelling became a trending topic over the weekend. Here’s one example.

Apparently because they were worried about negative media attention, the California Republican Party banned anti-Hillary Clinton stickers from being sold at their convention. They also banned a “Save a Tree, Eat a Beaver” sticker.

A state-owned company in Russia claimed to have brought down a U.S. drone flying over Crimea by hacking into its control systems.

It was reported that Navy SEALs who killed Osama bin Laden pumped over 100 rounds into his body. Some are saying that, if true, this could be why pictures of the body were never released.

Veneto (a region including Venice, Padua, and Cizenza) is holding a vote on whether to secede from Italy.

With the news that Alabama is about to ban bestiality, it was revealed that the District of Columbia and several states have no direct prohibition against bestiality.

Jeff Quinton

Jeff Quinton

Jeff Quinton is an award-winning blogger who has been aggregating and blogging since 1998. He has worked as a reporter, in government, and as a communications professional in Columbia, SC and Washington, DC.

Quinton is a native South Carolinian who has lived in Baltimore since 2006. He is a recent convert to the Catholic Church and is active in the Knights of Columbus. He has been involved in the pro-life movement nationally and locally since 2010.

Quinton is a veteran who served as an intelligence analyst in the Army National Guard. He is also an Eagle Scout.
Jeff Quinton