howard county MD

The Elephant In Howard County Part 2

If you haven’t already done so, it’s probably best that you read part one of this series.  You can CLICK HERE. Here is the SUMMARY OF WHAT YOU WILL READ BELOW:  This is another example of the rules not applying to Maryland judges who are held to a much higher standard than citizens that they…

The Elephant in Howard County pt 1

SUMMARY FOR WHAT YOU WILL READ BELOW: In Howard County, it’s all about who you know!  Development is BIG BUSINESS in Howard, and there is a tight-knit group of folks who work for each other so that they can all get what they want (which usually involves them getting financially PAID big time!  But you…

Maryland Judiciary: Bought or Incompetent?

In this post, I’m asking for the public’s help in answering a question. Therefore, I’ve also added a poll feature at the bottom that allows the reader to give their answer to the question. I’m going to provide actual documents and the actual law (made simple), so that you can judge for yourself. My goal…

Sheriff Fitzgerald and What Money Magazine Won’t Tell You About Howard Co

Perhaps Sheriff Fitzgerald should have been interviewed when Money Magazine recently listed Columbia, Maryland as being the #1 place to live among towns with 50-300k residents. That statement isn’t meant to be click-bait for this story. It’s meant to start a discussion about the realities that aren’t always seen (or known) about the towns where…

Is Howard County really color-blind?

Having been born and raised in York, PA to a white mother and black father, most of the “racism” I experienced as a young child was the result of not being considered “black enough” for the friends of my black friends and an object for inspection or not light enough for the friends of my…

A Howard County Judge Giveth, and a Circuit Court Clerk Taketh Away?

In the typical courtroom in the Circuit Court in Howard County Maryland, the plaintiff and defendant are each doing what they believe they need to do in order to argue their respective cases in front of a judge or jury of their (hopefully) peers. Anyone who has watched Law and Order is familiar with how…