Tag Archives: Maryland

Two States and a Pandemic

Alan Zendell, April 26, 2021 I spent the first twelve months of the COVID pandemic in Maryland, and the most recent two in Florida. Given the craziness of 2020, the public comments by the states’ respective governors, and Trump’s still … Continue reading

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Inciting Insurrection

Alan Zendell, April 19, 2020 In a well-ordered universe, a U. S. President inciting insurrection would be grounds for removal under the twenty-fifth amendment. Anyone else who posted those tweets would be guilty of both federal and state felonies. The … Continue reading

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Maryland’s 7th Congressional District and Elijah Cummings

Alan Zendell, July 28, 2019 Context is everything. To be clear, I’m writing this as a white voter from an affluent, racially diverse county in central Maryland. Our median household income is nearly twice the national average. Our population is … Continue reading

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I’m Proud to Live in Maryland Today

Alan Zendell, April 20, 2017 That’s not always the case, but today, Maryland was the first state in the country to assure that Planned Parenthood will not suffer from the loss of federal funds resulting from Trump’s order last week. … Continue reading

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