Direct Line w/Randolph J. May

Randolph J. May, FSF’s President

Direct Line w/Randolph J. May, President, The Free State Foundation This Weeks TOPIC – Tech Censorship   Randolph J. May, FSF’s President, the scholars of The Free State Foundation have decades of experience in the public policy arena and academic settings promoting free markets, secure property rights, and individual liberty. Mr. May is a nationally…

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Maryland House Republican Caucus Announces School Reopening Legislation

ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Maryland House Republican  Caucus has announced a package of education legislation designed to address and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.  “Our colleagues in the House Minority Caucus are committed to ensuring that ALL students in Maryland receive a quality education”, said House Minority Whip Delegate Kathy Szeliga. “We are hearing from parents…

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How the Left Is Making Sure We Can’t Keep Our Republic

How the Left Is Making Sure We Can't Keep Our Republic

How the Left Is Making Sure We Can’t Keep Our Republic Sometimes life’s hard truths come around to smack you in the mouth. A big one hit me recently as I attempted to make sense of the unnerving events post-Nov. 3. It was a realization I had postponed for years. I refer to our national…

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Oppose HB 153, HB 274; HB 57

Take Legislative Action

Oppose HB 153, HB 274; HB 57 House Ways and Means list is below.  If they don’t hear from us, they don’t think we care or are watching. As your constituent, I am requesting that you OPPOSE all three of these bills, which do nothing to further election integrity, but rather do more to make…

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Talking Points SB 234

STOP SB 234

STOP SB234 On January 28 – Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee SB 234 – Personal Information – State and Local Agencies – Restrictions on Access Prohibits immigration officials from accessing public records that contain the personal information or photograph of an individual for civil immigration enforcement or criminal immigration enforcement without a judicial warrant Prohibits immigration…

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California’s Prop 12 goes to court – again

California’s Prop 12 goes to court – again

Gary Baise Commentaries California’s Prop 12 goes to court – again If the rule is allowed U.S. hog farms will be subject to out-of-state auditors and inspectors. An 8,000-word brief on behalf of hog producers was filed Jan. 14 by the National Pork Producers Council and the American Farm Bureau in the U.S. Court of…

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In Defense of Freedom

In Defense of Freedom

In Defense of Freedom The New York Times’ January 4th puff piece on Chinese “Freedom” came at a good time for the Chinese Communist Party. In a time when public weariness of COVID-19 shutdowns and restrictions is at an all time high, the article dangles a tantalizing mirage of a world that resembles the one…

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Maryland Democrats’ Digital Advertising Taxes Likely Illegal

Leave it to Maryland Democrats to spend their political capital on passing a tax bill whose revenues they are unlikely to be able to collect legally.   Maryland Democratic legislators are expected to try to resuscitate two tax bills passed in 2020 but vetoed by Governor Hogan last May. The vetoed tax measures were intended…

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What might have been, if Trump had not acted as his own worst enemy

Former Congressman Peter King

What might have been, if Trump had not acted as his own worst enemy As Donald Trump departed Washington on Air Force One in the final hours of his presidency, I was struck with many conflicting thoughts, impressions and memories. Unfortunately, the lasting and most indelible memory will be the disgraceful attack of our nation’s…

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CANDIDATEPALOOZA 2021

CANDIDATEpalooza

CANDIDATEpalooza 2021 Have you thought about Running for Office in 2022? Do you wish to do more on a campaign than knock doors and stuff envelopes? Do you want to get into a career in Politics? If you said YES, to any of the questions you want to sign up for Doctor Politics Campaign Trainings…

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