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Republicans and conservatives reacted negatively to the political advocacy taken by large corporations such as Coca-Cola and Delta Airlines against the Georgia voting rights law.  However, conservatives ought not to be surprised by this corporate activism.  It reflects the success of a long-term campaign by parts of the investment community to encourage large companies to…

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Friends of Barry Glassman

Barry the Good Steward I’ve led businesses, served as STATE DELEGATE, a STATE SENATOR as well as a TWO-TERM COUNTY EXECUTIVE. With my leadership we have maintained a AAA RATING. I’ve led Marylanders steadily through two recessions, an Opioid crisis and a pandemic. I have the EXPERIENCE required and the PASSION needed to serve Marylanders through our next phase of successes and any challenges…

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KELLY SCHULZ FOR GOVERNOR INC.

Kelly Schultz for governor This past year has been incredibly difficult for all of us. But the perseverance I have seen from Marylanders has been nothing less than awe-inspiring. It’s this resilience, strength, and never-give-up mentality that inspired me to run for governor. Over the past few years, we’ve come a long way, but there…

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Because of the news stories promoting the Biden “Infrastructure” bill, Marylanders might think that relief from Capital Beltway gridlock was on the way. However, they would be wrong if Rep. Anthony Brown (D-Prince George’s) gets his way.  Earlier this month, Brown wrote Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg detailing his opposition to the Hogan “Traffic Relief Plan,”…

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Global warming: truth or propaganda?

Gary Baise Commentaries Global warming: truth or propaganda? The news media is filled with reports about how the Biden administration, via USDA, will attempt to mitigate climate change through agriculture. I’m going to introduce to you two people who have differing opinions on the issue. On one side is Dr. Michael S. Coffman, former paper company…

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The Media Will Keep Blaming Everything on Trump Until Normal Americans Say 'Enough!'

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries The Media Will Keep Blaming Everything on Trump Until Normal Americans Say ‘Enough!’ My April 5 column argued that three seminal events (COVID-19, George Floyd and Jan. 6) formed the predicate for what can fairly be described as our ongoing cultural revolution. My thesis did not cover new ground but rather…

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Gefen Kabik on Israel's Independence Day

Gefen Kabik is a lifelong resident of Montgomery County (albeit with a brief stay in Prince George’s County while at the University of Maryland). Gefen is a long time political activist having been volunteering and working to elected Republicans in Maryland since high school. Gefen attended Charles E. Smith Jewish Day

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Direct Line Special Free Speech and Cancel Culture townhall

Direct Line SPRCIAL  – Censorship, Free Speech and Cancel Culture on College Campuses Join us for a Direct Line Special on Censorship, Free Speech, and Cancel Culture on America’s college campuses.   Join Governor Bob Ehrlich, Governor George Allen, and Kyle Ferrebee, Executive Director – Young Americans for Freedom They will discuss with college students from…

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U.S. Senator John Barasso (R-WY) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) listen to U.S. President Donald Trump talk to reporters following a closed Senate Republican policy lunch meeting to discuss the response to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Leah Millis

An Ask About Masks So … I dutifully put on a mask as I enter the store. Why? Because the sign says I must. Because everyone else does. Because I want to shop. Because I need meat and I do not want to be put out of the store. … But I am vaccinated! I’ve…

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