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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Nose-picking, cringe-worthy Skynyrd tunes, and automatic defibrillators: The Nose goes to Gov. Hogan's inaugural gala

    Nose-picking, cringe-worthy Skynyrd tunes, and automatic defibrillators: The Nose goes to Gov. Hogan's inaugural gala
    Daniella, the new Maryland governor’s 2-year-old granddaughter, just wouldn’t quit. There she was, up on the stage in her mom’s arms, right next to Larry Hogan at his inaugural gala at the Baltimore Convention Center, way past bedtime on...
  • Wandering Eye: A glimpse at new Gov. Larry Hogan, Clint Eastwood's antiwar politics, and more

    Wandering Eye: A glimpse at new Gov. Larry Hogan, Clint Eastwood's antiwar politics, and more
    Back in 2011, Angello Osborne was arrested and jailed in Harford County for more than eight months on charges that he raped and sodomized his 5-year-old daughter in his Edgewood apartment, until prosecutors, despite having told the media that the daughter...
  • Wandering Eye: Race's role in Larry Hogan's win, the controversy of Kim Kardashian's butt, and more

    Wandering Eye: Race's role in Larry Hogan's win, the controversy of Kim Kardashian's butt, and more
    In University of Maryland Baltimore County political-science professor Thomas Schaller's recent op-ed in the Baltimore Sun, "Race had a role in Hogan's win," he compares the gubernatorial-election results in 2010, when Republican Robert Ehrlich lost to...
  • Best Display of Chutzpah

    Julius Henson is a political scoundrel for the history books. Having served many years as a ruthless campaign aide for Democratic candidates including, notably, his intimate pal, City Comptroller Joan Pratt, Henson in 2010 hired out to former Republican...
  • Beyond the Beltway

    Bucking the Trend: Instead of writing about the city's homicides, The New York Times takes on Gov. Robert Ehrlich's partisanship and recent follies involving rumors, hiring, etc. Hunter S. Terp: In the San Francisco Chronicle, former Rolling Stone writer...
  • Rumorgate: Weekend Break

    Not much actually happened Friday-Sunday on the O'Malley rumor front. In fact, The Sun seems to have stopped updating its just-linked mini-site, and has taken it off the front page of its web site. Conspiracy-mongerers, start your engines. Anyway, the...
  • More Stuff

    I'm itchin' to get out of here, so just a few more clickables, and I'm gone: Tear It Down: Yes, tear down the JFX, please. Downtown freeways are bad news urban-planning-wise. Don't think it'll ever happen, but a discussion surely couldn't hurt. But...
  • Troubled Waters

    Now, I suspected that the story of the former port of Baltimore executive director James White's resignation last month would have legs--and that it would hurt the Ehrlich administration more than even the O'Rumors--but it's getting quite a bit more...
  • News Hole

    Love That Dirty Water: Ehrlich administration proposes new water-quality standards that would classify some state waterways as "not acceptable for recreation or aquatic life because of pollution, naturally low oxygen levels, or other factors." Downtown...
  • Case Dismissed

    I'm verging on outrage, but I can't say I'm surprised that the Sun's lawsuit trying to undo Gov. Robert Ehrlich's order barring state employees from talking to two of the daily's journalists was dismissed's yesterday by U.S. District Judge William Quarles...
  • Vote Troll

    Political analysts seem to agree that the 2006 gubernatorial race will be won or lost in Baltimore County, but incumbent Bob Ehrlich showed yesterday that he's not taking the D.C. suburbs for granted, with a trip along the proposed Intercounty Connector...
  • All Bets Off

    I'm confused with what went on with slots yesterday. The Sun leads with the state Senate killing the attempts by some lawmakers to limit where slots may go (namely not in Prince George's Co., Timonium, or downtown Baltimore). The Post, however, leads with...