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Anti-Gay God Punishes Maryland with Partly Sunny Skies

It’s time again to play Where’s God’s Judgment!

Despite the declarations of multiple fundamentalist Christian leaders that God uses hurricanes and other extreme forms of weather to cast His Mighty Judgment down on those countries, states and municipalities that pass gay-friendly legislation, the people of Chile and Massachusetts and Portugal and Iowa and Spain and [...]

Look Beyond Obama for Leadership on Gov’t Infiltration of Peaceful Protest

The Division of Homeland Security and Intelligence of the Maryland State Police have been caught infiltrating an activist groups peacefully and legally organizing against the death penalty and for world peace, even sending undercover agents to spy on meetings that included a United States Senator. Absolutely no evidence of any illegal behavior was uncovered, and [...]

Democrats Against Barbara Mikulski

Senator Mikulski’s vote for the FISA Amendments Act is a blatant violation of the Oath of Office, and a grave breach of trust. For that reason, progressive Democrats in Maryland are organizing in opposition to Mikulski’s re-election campaign for 2010. [...]

Roscoe Bartlett and the Electromagnetic Pulse Wave of Doom!

There is a bit of twisted entertainment value in watching Congressman Bartlett wave his hands about on the floor of Congress, following ever more bizarre fancies, constructing conspiracy theories to patch together his increasingly odd ideas. For the people of Maryland’s 6th congressional district, however, watching their representative in Congress cannot be much fun. [...]