The Glover Report: Working Across the Aisle
Somebody is not effectively speaking up for our issues. I find our officials being sent to Annapolis and to City Hall with the community’s wishes posted up front, but when they return to the community they have with them somebody else’s agenda – certainly not what we sent them there for. Sure, we understand compromise. However, there are serious questions about how government is benefitting the black community. This makes me question our negotiating skills. One thing the Late Marion Barry taught his followers was the need to have an “ask” and that typically meant jobs and prime contracts for Washingtonians. Consequently, Barry earned the title of “Mayor for Life.” Read in Full >>
Inauguration: Lawrence J. Hogan, Jr. :: 62nd Governor of MARYLAND :: January 21, 2015 :: Inaugural Speech
Before my father cast his vote on the impeachment committee, 40 years ago, he quoted President Lincoln, who said, "We cannot escape history."
And, we cannot escape our future – it's out there, waiting for us.
Let us show our fellow Marylanders that government can work, that we can work together, that change is possible, and that Maryland can live up to the promise of our founders. Read in Full >>
Let us always act worthy of the great task entrusted to us, to renew and advance our great state.
Let us appeal to the better angels of our nature so that we can achieve the great and shining promise of Maryland.
Ladies and gentlemen, we can change Maryland for the better. And together, we will.
Thank you, God bless you, and may God bless the great state of Maryland.
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Carolyn Virginia Jacobi (2/10/1939 – 1/7/15)
The region has lost its most tireless advocate fighting for the rights of families as they confront the many inconsistencies in the death care industry. Carolyn Jacobi, CEO and Founder of Eternal Justice passed away on January 7th
due to natural causes at her home in Fort Washington, MD. A longtime resident of Baltimore, Carolyn’s fearless battle in protecting and preserving the rights of those who suffer the loss of family and friends is known nationwide. Her proudest moment was in the creation of her legacy company, Eternal Justice. Read in Full >>
BALTIMORE: My Open Goodbye Letter to the State's Attorney's Office by Cristie Cole
I am saddened and angry at the actions she is taking against her own team. She is instilling a deep fear that she will fire anyone including people she’s never met, without notice and without reason. And it’s working. I know many of you are scared to speak out and feel like your hands are tied. Mine are not. So let me say what so many of you are feeling: in just over a week, she has already proven she is too early in her career to know how to lead, which must be through inspiration, not intimidation. Read in Full >>