Monday, February 9, 2009

100 years on the road to victory!

"This week marks the centennial of a fateful landmark in U.S. history, the nation's first drug prohibition law."
(thanks EP)

Miss Dixon's state of the city speech? Lucky for you, Meister was taking notes while you were smoking behind the gym.
also on the scene, A.F. James MacArthur, who asked about police overtime.
and here's TDR's take
And Annie Linskey's.
Who covered it best?

1 comment:

ppatin said...

California not Maryland, but the fact that a judge could order something like this is scary:

Federal judges tentatively ruled on Monday that California must reduce the number of inmates in its overcrowded prison system by up to 40 percent to stop a constitutional violation of prisoners' rights.

I agree that California has too many prison inmates, however that's a problem that should be solved by killing them off, not letting them go! If prisoners don't like the conditions in prison then maybe they shouldn't commit crimes. The last time I checked prison is supposed to suck.