Monthly Archives: November 2017

“Frederick Uncut” podcast

I joined Danielle Gaines and Colin McGuire on the Frederick News-Post’s Frederick Uncut podcast series last month. Their description:

You may know Walter K. Olson because he’s a leading figure in Maryland’s congressional redistricting debate. Or from his articles as a fellow at the Cato Institute. Or maybe his nationally known blog, “Overlawyered.” Or perhaps as an unbridled cheerleader for the town of New Market, where he lives.

In the latest episode of the Frederick Uncut podcast, Olson joined host Colin McGuire and Frederick News-Post reporter Danielle E. Gaines to talk about politics and law, nationally and locally.

Download this MP3 file or listen at the Frederick Uncut site.

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In miniature, November 19


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“The United Shapes of America”

Maryland 9-year-old Araliya Rubin and her mom Nilmini Rubin have made a coloring book of gerrymandered Congressional districts, reports Beth Rodgers at Bethesda Beat. Staying inside the lines of the Maryland districts would challenge even a coloring book veteran.

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