Guns & 2nd Amendment

The Baltimore Disease

By: Mike McDaniel    As regular readers know, I’ve been following the Freddie Grey case since its inception. Some aspects of the case, particularly the disposition of internal Baltimore PD discipline directed at the officers involved, remain unresolved. But there are other aspects of that case still affecting public policy, [Read More]

Race Relations

Baltimore: Clueless

By: Mike McDaniel    Since the criminal trial portion of the Mosby-Induced disaster in Baltimore, willing observers have had a re-education about the nature of progressive governance. It wasn’t enough to destroy the relationship between the citizens of Baltimore and the police, between rank and file officers and their supervisors [Read More]

Education

Baltimore Schools: Inmates Running The Asylum

By: Mike McDaniel   As regular readers know, I’ve been cataloguing the many failings of government in Baltimore. Crime rates, particularly violent crime rates, are skyrocketing since Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby’s failed persecution of six police officers in the accidental death of local petty criminal and drug dealer Freddie Gray. While [Read More]

Nominations

The Freddie Gray Case, Update 47: The Hounds Of Social Justice

By: Mike McDaniel    As regular readers know, one of the continuing plot threads relating to the Freddie Gray case I’ve been following is the pursuit of department charges against the six officers exonerated in that case. As I’ve noted, the criminal cases against them failed so spectacularly, the leftist [Read More]

Race Relations

The Freddie Gray Case, Update 46: Everything Is Under Control–Save Us FBI!

By: Mike McDaniel    The Mosby-caused disaster is endless, despite the efforts of people of good sense, actual ethics, and good will to end it. Fox News reports: Attorney [General] Jeff Sessions warned that the agreement negotiated under the Obama administration to overhaul the troubled Baltimore police force may result [Read More]

Media Bias

Brown, Martin, Gray and CNN: Fake News

By: Mike McDaniel    CNN has long been derisively known as the “Clinton News Network” for its unabashedly left-wing bias and fawning coverage of the Clintons.  More recently, as a consequence of its obscenely unprofessional coverage of Hillary’s Clinton’s failed second run for the presidency, CNN has come to epitomize [Read More]

Race Relations

The Freddie Gray Case, Update 44: The Dangers Of Embracing Social Justice

By: Mike McDaniel    In Update 42 and Update 43, I continued to report on the seemingly never-ending story of Marilyn Mosby’s filed prosecutions of the Baltimore police officers in any way involved in the arrest, and accidental, self-inflicted death of Freddie Gray. The Freddie Gray case archive is available here.  To read the rest, [Read More]

Race Relations

The Freddie Gray Case, Update #43: Not A “Spring” Spring

By: Mike McDaniel    The knife carried by Freddie Gray was, initially, one of the hooks upon which Marilyn Mosby and her two mini-me scowlers, Janice Bledsoe and Michael Schatzow, hung their hopes for convicting six Baltimore PD officers in the death of Freddie Gray. At first, they loudly claimed the [Read More]

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The Freddie Gray Case, Update 42: Marilyn Mosby’s No Good, Very Bad, Terrible 2016

By: Mike McDaniel    The lamented 2016 was not a good year for Marilyn Mosby, one of the great black, female hopes of progressivism. Actually, her self-degradation began on 12 April 2015 when petty criminal and local drug user and dealer Freddie Gray was injured during a routine transport to jail [Read More]

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The Freddie Gray Case, Update 41.3: Eternally Aggrieved

By: Mike McDaniel   In the Freddie Gray case, the most significant remaining issue is Marilyn Mosby’s legal problems. I am, of course, more or less ignoring the damage Mosby did–and continues to do–to the rule of law and the havoc that continues to descend on Baltimore. Mosby has been sued, [Read More]

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The Freddie Gray Case, Update 41.2: She Hasn’t Learned A Thing, Part 2

By: Mike McDaniel   In Update 41, we learned, from the mouth of Marilyn Mosby, the morning after Freddy Gray’s arrest and injury, Mosby already decided the police would not cooperate with her, wouldn’t do what she asked, and had made up their minds. This despite the fact that the detectives that [Read More]

Race Relations

The Freddie Gray Case, Update 41: She Hasn’t Learned A Thing

By: Mike McDaniel   It was inevitable that other politicians would toss Baltimore Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby under the bus. There were glimmers—trial balloons—of just that during the failed trials of Six Baltimore Police Department Officers for the accidental death of Freddie Gray. Now Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has made the toss, as Essence.com reports:  [Read More]