Gas Pump Sticker Shock? “Progressive” Policies Drive Energy Costs Higher

Gas pump prices over $3 per gallon This year’s annual Memorial Day Weekend ‘gasoline price outlook’ is decidedly grim. The American Automobile Association reports that prices are at their highest level in seven years. [i] A spokesman for the smartphone app GasBuddy says gas prices are elevated because demand “has come roaring back.”[ii]  This year’s…

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June 2, 2021, DIRECT LINE W/THE CHESAPEAKE AMBASSADORS, JAMES GILMORE AND ELLEN SAUERBREY

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THE CHESAPEAKE AMBASSADORS, Amb. JAMES GILMORE AND Amb. ELLEN SAUERBREY   We are joined by the Chesapeake Ambassadors Amb. James Gilmore, and Amb. Ellen Sauerbrey. Amb. Ellen Sauerbrey Is from Maryland and the former head of the United States Department of State’s Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration. She was nominated to the Bureau in…

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RIP Senator Warner

Sen. John Warner

RIP Senator John Warner, VA I learned this morning that my old friend, Senator John Warner of Virginia, passed away at the age of 94.  John Warner was the very first Republican Senator I met and I’ll never forget him. When I was at George Washington University, I walked over to the old Visual System’s…

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Woke Education: Montgomery County Public Schools Caught at Political Indoctrination by Judicial Watch

Taught Students that ‘Make America Great Again’ was ‘Covert White Supremacy’  Judicial Watch has announced that it received 685 pages[i] of heavily redacted records from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), including documents related to their “Anti-racist system audit” and critical race theory classes. The documents, obtained under the Maryland Public Information Act,[ii] reveal that students of “Maryland’s Largest School…

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Banks say ‘socially disadvantaged farmer’ payments harm their business

Banks say ‘socially disadvantaged farmer’ payments harm their business

Gary Baise Commentaries Banks say ‘socially disadvantaged farmer’ payments harm their business At least two lawsuits have been filed to stop government giveaway program based on race Not only does USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack face lawsuits involving the USDA program to compensate socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers, he now has the commercial banking industry and…

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May 26, 2021, Direct Line w/Bonnie Glick

Bonnie Glick is an American diplomat and businesswoman

Direct Line w/Bonnie Glick Bonnie Glick is an American diplomat and businesswoman who served as the Deputy Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development from 2019 to 2020. Nominated for the post by President Donald Trump in April 2018, she was confirmed by the United States Senate by unanimous consent in January 2019. Bonnie worked for 12 years as a Foreign…

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Is the Carjacking Epidemic a “Defund the Police” Movement Symptom? Will Armed, Defensive Motorists Reverse the Trend?

The mushrooming national carjacking epidemic is finally receiving added attention from prosecutors and law enforcement.  This past week Maryland’s U.S. attorney’s office announced the formation of a regional prosecution task force to combat the crime in D.C and Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.[i] Carjackings doubled from 2019 to 2020 in Prince George’s and Montgomery counties,…

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May 19, 2021, Direct Line w/Thomas Jipping

Thomas Jipping Senior Legal Fellow, Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies

Direct Line w/Thomas Jipping   May 19, 2021, Thomas Jipping returns to talk about court-packing and the Biden DOJ. Thomas L. Jipping is deputy director of the Edwin Meese III Center for Legal and Judicial Studies and a senior legal fellow in the Center, which is part of the Institute for Constitutional Government at Heritage.…

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If Professors Would Begin Each Course with This 1 Simple Lecture, It Could Turn Our Great Nation Around

If Professors Would Begin Each Course with This 1 Simple Lecture, It Could Turn Our Great Nation Around

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries If Professors Would Begin Each Course with This 1 Simple Lecture, It Could Turn Our Great Nation Around What would you give to have a college professor begin a course in the following way: Welcome to Political Science 101. You may have heard I do things a bit differently from your…

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These scientists claim modern farming is killing people

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Gary Baise Commentaries These scientists claim modern farming is killing people More deaths allegedly caused by poor air quality, livestock practices. The National Academy of Sciences of the U.S. (NAS) has published proceedings titled, “Air Quality-related health damages of food,” which claim agriculture is a major contributor to air pollution in the U.S. and worldwide. “Poor air…

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