The 1st Tangible Evidence of a Big Red Wave Coming in Nov 2022

Governor Elect Glenn Youngkin

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries The 1st Tangible Evidence of a Big Red Wave Coming in Nov 2022 Two strikingly different takeaways from off-year elections in Virginia and New Jersey are playing out in Washington, D.C. On the Democratic left, hardcore types are doubling down on their transformative agendas (apparently in the belief that their most…

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20 states ask Supreme Court to kill California’s Prop 12

Gary Baise Commentaries 20 states ask Supreme Court to kill California’s Prop 12 California should not be free to impose its policies on hog and veal farmers throughout the United States. The possible defeat of California’s Proposition 12 is still alive today before the U.S. Supreme Court. Indiana and its Attorney General has asked the…

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving from the Montgomery County Republican Club

Happy Thanksgiving As we gather together with friends and family today our world is facing great challenges.  We must remember the sacrifices of our servicemen and women who preserve the freedoms we all enjoy.  Our nation is eternally thankful for its ongoing sacrifice.  Let us pause and give thanks for their service and for living in…

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Activists complain that intensive farming – and its climate impact – was ignored at COP26.

Gary Baise Commentaries Activists complain that intensive farming – and its climate impact – was ignored at COP26. No one, not even President Biden, talked about agriculture or farming at the Glasgow United Nations Climate Conference, or COP26, the last 2 weeks. I searched in vain for our agricultural publications to talk about how animal…

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Which Political Type Are You?

Are you a Faith and Flag Conservative? Populist Right? Progressive Left? Or somewhere in between? Congressional wrangling over the Biden agenda highlights   Republican and Democratic in-house differences, making internal fault lines even more evident.[i]  The partisan gulf between the parties can obscure the diversity of views within parties – and the fact that many Americans…

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The Disastrous Practice of ‘Too Cute by Half’ Led to the 2021 Election GOP Knockout

Joe Biden aka Let's Go Brandon

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries The Disastrous Practice of ‘Too Cute by Half’ Led to the 2021 Election GOP Knockout My most recent column identified the millions of Americans who have been walking around in a daze, the “mutterers” who daily talk to themselves concerning America’s present state of disrepair. But off-year elections can change political…

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Getting to know the Montgomery County Young Republicans

MoCo YRs - THE NEXT GENERATION

MoCo Young Republicanss – THE NEXT GENERATION When I first moved out to Montgomery County for work, my biggest concerns were making friends and having a social life. Because of the Young Republicans, not only do I have one heck of a social life, I have friends that have become a second family. That is…

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Non-Partisan Group Flunks Democratic Legislature’s Proposed Gerrymandered Congressional Redistricting Maps

Princeton University’s Gerrymandering Project gives the legislature’s gerrymandered redistricting maps failing grades across the board. Princeton University’s Gerrymandering Project—a team of non-partisan academic and legal experts—gave the Legislature’s gerrymandered redistricting maps failing grades across the board: four map’ concepts,’ four Fs. Commenting on their grade, Princeton University’s Gerrymandering Project said “In Maryland, we have grades…

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Maryland Republicans Stand on the Shoulders of Gov. Bob Ehrlich

Bob Ehrlich in downtown Silver Spring, MD

Maryland Republicans all Stand on the Shoulders of Gov. Bob Ehrlich We as Marylanders owe a great deal to Gov. Bob Ehrlich was elected Governor in 2003.  That marked the beginning of the end of the Democrats’ Domination of the Governor’s Mansion.  Gov. Ehrlich was a Conservative Governor and he governed like a Conservative.  He…

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Court Stay sought in WOTUS case

Judge's Gavel

Gary Baise Commentaries Environmentalists want the Court to punish EPA. If the Court does so, a new chapter will be written for pesticide use. A federal district judge’s order would put farmers and ranchers on a regulatory rollercoaster. For anyone who has some water running through their property: Here we go again. On August 30,…

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