The Maryland Margin of Theft


As some of the races tighten before next Tuesday’s election, a lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court in Baltimore over apparent voting by non-citizens in Frederick County, Maryland. Bryan Preston has more here.

Maryland state law makes it easier for non-citizens, both those present legally and those in the country against the law, to vote. Maryland issues drivers licenses to legal and illegal aliens. Driver’s licenses in turn make it easier under the Motor Voter law to register to vote. Maryland also offers copious taxpayer-funded social programs to non-citizens in the state.

Read the whole thing.

Team Kimberlin Bonus Post of the Day


Here are a couple of snippets from The Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin’s LinkedIn Profile.BK _LinkedInBK_LinkedIn_EdThat item about a B.S. in law from the Robert H. Smith School of Business brings up some interesting points. From 1986 through 1990, Brett Kimberlin was serving time with the federal Bureau of Prisons. According to Citizen K, TDPK’s authorized biography, he earned a  B.S. in human services from Thomas Edison State College with a specialization in community legal services while he was in the slammer. The Robert H. Smith School of Business does not grant any undergraduate degrees in law. In fact, it doesn’t grant any law degrees at all. University of Maryland law degrees are granted by the School of Law. No B.S. is offered, only the J.D., LL. M., and M.S.L. degrees.

Ah, hah! This may explain TDPK’s clumsiness in dealing with all his vexatious lawsuits. He has a non-existent degree from an institution that doesn’t grant such a degree and that he  earned when he couldn’t have attended the school.

#Liar

UPDATE—Brett Kimberlin’s skills in public policy, community development, community outreach, and strategic communications are vouched for on his LinkedIn profile by Neal Rauhauser.

An Active Sunspot Group


This time lapse video shows the activity around sunspot group AR2912 earlier this month. The view is a composite of visible and UV images.

Video Credit: NASA

Team Kimberlin Post of the Day


Gentle Reader, do you ever wonder what the Dread Pro-Se Kimberlin does when he isn’t involved in vexatious lawsuit? He’s got himself a rock-and-roll band called Op-Critical. One of the sca … uh … promotions he’s attempted for the band was trying to get a performance by Op-Critical included in the soundtrack of the Twilight movie Eclipse.Op-Crit TweetsEar-plugsIt shouldn’t surprise anyone familiar with Op-Critical’s body of work to learn that Twilight Angel isn’t on the album. You can listen to The Dread Performer Kimberlin singing Twilight Angel on YouTube, but I don’t recommend doing so. Normally, folks with TDPK’s level of talent are advised not to give up their day jobs, but I’m not sure which causes more harm in Kimberlin’s case.