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Tag: Annapolis Capital Punishment

Annapolis Loses A Political Blogger

Annapolis Loses A Political Blogger

| November 05, 2010, 10:51 PM | 2 Comments

Paul Foer, the longtime publisher of Annapolis Capital Punishment has decided to turn in his microphone and keyboard. He spoke his last words on WNAV this morning and penned his last blog entry this morning on Annapolis Capital Punishment. Without a doubt, Paul has his opinions; and woe be the person who disagrees with them. […]

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Local Blogger Finds Discontent With Same Sex Health Coverage

Local Blogger Finds Discontent With Same Sex Health Coverage

| July 01, 2010, 11:10 AM | 0 Comments

On June 22, 2010, Mayor Cohen took a giant step forward with a bold move to offer healthcare benefits to city employees who are in a same sex domestic partnership. His move was lauded nationally (albeit briefly) and locally as being progressive and a great thing for Annapolis–one of the nation’s oldest cities. Scott Bowling, […]

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A Night Of Politics

A Night Of Politics

| June 08, 2010, 07:30 PM | 1 Comment

What do you get when you put a bunch of veteran politicians, wannabee politicians, an unsure electorate, and a cantankerous civic activist together with some wine at Crush Winehouse? We’re not sure either, but it might make for a fun night–and the police station is right around the corner if needed!  Paul Foer, the publisher […]

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ABC And ACP Have It Wrong

ABC And ACP Have It Wrong

| May 21, 2010, 08:10 AM | 7 Comments

Cohen Dresses Down Civic Group And Local Blogger Yesterday, a local blogger published a memo from the civic group, Annapolitans For A Better Community (ABC) indicating that the Mayor and Council were forging ahead with significant tax increases in order to balance the budget. According to the Annapolis Capital Punishment entry, the Mayor was considering […]

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Another Mayoral Forum

Another Mayoral Forum

| July 29, 2009, 09:10 AM | 2 Comments

Were These The Same People? Last week, the Housing Authority of the City of Annapolis sponsored a Mayoral Forum which featured all candidates from both parties. Last night, local political blog Annapolis Capital Punishment sponsored a forum held at the Calvary United Methodist Church. While all candidates were invited, only six attended. Dave Cordle, Laurie […]

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Headline Of The Week

Headline Of The Week

| June 29, 2009, 09:13 AM | 0 Comments

This headline  from Annapolis Capital Punishment just struck me as incredibly funny. Republican Women in Deep Doo-doo, Bowling and Weikel Weigh In, Democrats Should Consider Weikel in Similar Light

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Congratulations To Capital Punishment

Congratulations To Capital Punishment

| March 22, 2009, 08:24 AM | 1 Comment

Local Blogger Sells Out!  Lands Weekly Column With The Capital Congratulations to Paul Foer, author of the long running political blog, Annapolis Capital Punishment for landing a weekly column with The Capital.  As anyone who has read Capital Punishment knows, Paul is not afraid to take the paper to task and I am sure his […]

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Newspaper Versus Blog

Newspaper Versus Blog

| March 09, 2009, 06:00 AM | 6 Comments

There was an interesting editorial in Sunday’s Capital newspaper discussing the demise of the traditional newspaper. Tom Marquardt, the Editor, suggested that The Capital might shift it’s online version to a site that offers free content as well as premium content for a fee. It will never work. If they were looking to have a […]

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