February 2, 2022 – Direct Line w/Jessica Haire

Jessica Haire, candidate for County Executive

Direct Line w/Jessica Haire Join us on Direct Line with our Special guest for this evening is Anne Arundel Councilwoman and candidate for Anne Arundel County Executive Jessica Haire. Jessica is an engineer, attorney, wife, and mom.  She was elected to my first term on the Anne Arundel Council in 2018 and has worked hard…

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Build Back Stupid

Build Back Stupid

Build BACK Better never made any sense to me. It sounds regressive … What kind of slogan is Build BACK? But as I look BACK over this past year, I think that Biden has actually been successful in keeping his regressive promise … And everything IS going BACKward better … faster than anyone ever imagined…

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Five Dollar Gas? Biden’s Raskin Fed Pick Stokes Inflation Fears

Even higher gas pump prices are coming if Jamie Raskin’s Wife gets her way on the Fed Earlier this month, President Joe Biden nominated Sarah Bloom Raskin to serve as Vice-Chair of the Federal Reserve System’s Board of Governors. She is the wife of Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland. Her nomination requires Senate approval, where she…

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January 26, 2022 – Direct Line w/Amb. Gilmore

Amb. Jim Gilmore

Jan. 26, 2022 – Direct Line W/AMb. James Gilmore Jim Gilmore, who served as Virginia’s governor from 1998 to 2002, became the U.S. ambassador to the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in May 2019. A native Virginian, Gilmore graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in Foreign Affairs in 1971. …

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Ever Had a Conversation with a Progressive Friend That Sounds Like This?

Joe-Biden

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries Ever Had a Conversation with a Progressive Friend That Sounds Like This? What if your progressive friend or neighbor or relative or co-worker or roommate wanted to engage you on President Biden’s voting rights proposal, otherwise known as the John R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act? Would your conversation sound something…

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Proposition 12 decision any moment from Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is poised to render a key decision on the California law that will have wide-ranging impacts on animal agriculture.

Gary Baise Commentaries Proposition 12 decision any moment from Supreme Court The U.S. Supreme Court distributed to the justices’ California Proposition 12 case on January 7th, 14 and 21st. This means the justices are supposed to look at the briefs and decide whether California’s Proposition 12 has dramatic economic effects largely outside of California and…

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A “New Cold War” to Decide the Future of Europe—and the World

A “New Cold War” to Decide the Future of Europe—and the World

Amb. James Gilmore Commentaries A “New Cold War” to Decide the Future of Europe—and the World In his press conference on Jan. 19, U.S. President Joe Biden ran up the white flag on an impending Russian invasion of Ukraine. Up to this point, U.S. policy had been to deter that invasion and stand by an…

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New Educational Opportunities

Ryan and Avery Szeliga join Mom-mom at work

New Educational Opportunities Ryan and Avery Szeliga join Mom-mom at work As a former educator, mom, and grandmother, education remains a top priority. With our public schools closed for so many months, the impact on children from the pandemic has been terrible. It has been especially difficult for young learners and at-risk kids. There must be a…

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Taxes in Maryland Are Too HIGH

Taxes in maryland are too high

TAXES IN MARYLAND ARE TOO HIGH He I join Governor Hogan in calling for a reduction in taxes for retirees and I will be co-sponsoring this bill. This measure will make the first $50,000 of income for retirees tax-free and significantly reduce the taxes on income under $100,000. Too often, grandma and grandpa are moving…

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Rising Violent Crime

Rising Violent Crime in Maryland

Rise of Violent Crime in maryland The rising violent crime, especially the homicide rates, are extremely concerning for citizens and visitors to our state. Baltimore City remains one of the most dangerous cities in the nation. Baltimore County’s homicide rates have almost doubled in the last few years and other counties are seeing increases too. We…

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