Archive for July, 2010
I’m pleased to announce that the Stoney Creek Fishing & Hunting Club has awarded me an honorary membership. I am proud to be counted among their members and will continue to support their efforts in every way I can.
Glen Burnie, Maryland
Today Delegate Don Dwyer, Jr. of Glen Burnie began his over the top sign waving campaign.
It is over the top because he is regularly seen above the car tops as he waves to motorist passing beneath bridges and overpasses
throughout District 31.
In 2002 and most recently 2006, Delegate Dwyer decided to use sign waving after watching the all time champion of sign waving County Executive Leopold for many years. “It was clearly working for Mr. Leopold so I decided to take it to a new level” Dwyer said.
There is no doubt that you will see Delegate Dwyer on the More >
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Article XIV, SEC. 2 of the Maryland Constitution states:
“It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to provide by Law for taking, at the general election to be held in the year nineteen hundred and seventy, and every twenty years thereafter, the sense of the People in regard to calling a Convention for altering this Constitution; and if a majority of voters at such election or elections shall vote for a Convention, the General Assembly, at its next session, shall provide by Law for the assembling of such convention, and for the election of Delegates thereto…”
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Thanks to many dedicated supporters who donated time, tools and elbow grease over the the past three days! The large Dwyer campaign signs are now up! We still have more signs, so if you know of a great sign location and can get us permission to put a large 4X8 sign up, or if you would like a small yard sign for your own yard, please contact Ashley Antkowiak at email@example.com or Louisa Baucom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Maryland Attorney General addresses the effect of the recent Second Amendment Supreme Court case on Maryland Gun Laws.
Read his response to my letter by downloading the pdf. here: Attorney General’s Response
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Office of the Attorney General 200 St. Paul Place Baltimore, MD 21202
Dear Attorney General Gansler,
In light of the most recent Supreme Court decision of MCDONALD ET AL. v. CITY OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, ET AL. No. 08–1521. Argued March 2, 2010—Decided June 28, 2010) regarding the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, I would like to know how the decision effects Maryland’s current policies, procedure and law regarding a Maryland Citizens right to carry a firearm regardless of concealed or open carry.
More specifically, does this ruling reverse the current Maryland standard of “good and substantial reason” for More >