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Blowback on Rascovar column was fierce; Bongino calls for boycott of Maryland Reporter

The blowback from Barry Rascovar’s column accusing Republicans of being anti-immigrant was fast and furious Monday and congressional candidate Dan Bongino urged a boycott of MarylandReporter.com unless the column was taken down.

At the urging of Bongino and others, about a dozen people asked to have the column removed, as well as demanding a retraction and an apology

Blowback on Rascovar column was fierce; Bongino calls for boycott of Maryland Reporter

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The blowback from Barry Rascovar’s column accusing Republicans of being anti-immigrant was fast and furious Monday and congressional candidate Dan Bongino urged a boycott of MarylandReporter.com unless the column was taken down.

At the urging of Bongino and others, about a dozen people asked to have the column removed, as well as demanding a retraction and an apology

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Maryland pension fund earns 14 percent, now valued at $45 billion

Photo above: Wall Street stock exchange (By zoonabar, Flickr Creative Commons License)Maryland’s pension system for state employees and teachers had another strong investment performance for the fiscal year which

Rascovar column: Immigration quandary for the GOP

Photo above: U.S. border with Mexico (Photo by Maitri/Flickr Creative Commons License) By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com Are Republicans poor spellers? They might be, judging from the graffiti (“NO ILLEAGLES HERE”) spray painted

Commentary: Delaney’s infrastructure bill doesn’t hold up to scrutiny

Photo above: Washington Beltway (Photo by ephien under Flickr Creative Commons License.) UMBC Professor Roy Meyers By Roy T. Meyers meyers@umbc.edu In Monday’s MarylandReporter.com story, U.S. Rep. John Delaney talked about his proposed

SEIU union played attack role in June primary

By Jeremy Bauer-Wolf jeremy@marylandreporter.com It was a surprise for senate candidate Cheryl Kagan when she opened her mailbox just a few weeks before the June 24 primary and discovered mailers smearing

Small firms give Maryland C- for business friendliness

Some rankings of Maryland’s business climate put it at the bottom of the pack, as the Tax Foundation does. A few put it at the top, as does the

Rep. Delaney goes his own way, focusing on ‘big ideas’

Photo above: May 3 Kentlands parade by MdFriendofHillary on Flickr Creative Commons By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com His Republican opponent may call him a liberal Democrat, but Rep. John Delaney continues to

Rascovar column: In primary, women prevail and aid turnout, which ranged from bad to worse

Photo above: Some of the women’s caucus of the Maryland General Assembly. By Barry Rascovar For MarylandReporter.com In a primary election wrap-up message e-mailed to his supporters, former state Sen. Art

Photo album: Tawes Crab feast, coolest in memory, had plenty of crabs, shortage of candidates

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com It was the coolest Tawes Crab feast in memory. The political-social event of the summer in Crisfield on the Lower Eastern Shore is usually a scorcher in

GOP and Bongino hope to take back 6th Congressional District

By Len LazarickLen@MarylandReporter.comFor the second time this year, U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican considered a presidential contender, has helped Dan Bongino raise money in his race to

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