Left’s All-Out Assault on Objective Truth Creating Some Frightening Situations

Left's All-Out Assault on Objective Truth Creating Some Frightening Situations

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries Left’s All-Out Assault on Objective Truth Creating Some Frightening Situations Some call it political correctness on steroids. Others call it wokeness. President Joe Biden might call it “the thing.” Many on the right and center (e.g. Elon Musk) call it countercultural, intellectually dishonest, dangerous. You might have a different set of…

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Save the Bay? Not if Baltimore Runs Its Sewers

Baltimore’s sewage failures raise questions about environmental deadlines The day after last week’s Earth Day, the State’s Departments of Health and Environment issued a public health advisory because of Baltimore’s discharge of millions of gallons a day of sewage into the Chesapeake Bay. Weeks before, Maryland’s Department of the Environment ordered the state’s Environmental Service…

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Maskaholics -From the Manhattan Institute’s John Tierney

From the Manattan Institute's City Journal

Wearing a mask may still give some people a sense of security, but they could breathe more easily if they’d face the facts. The pandemic has eased, but not the compulsion of many Americans to cover their faces. Fully vaccinated adults are still wearing masks on their solitary walks outdoors, and officials have been enforcing mask…

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Taxed Enough Already!!!

Taxed Enough Already

Taxed Enough Already If you are like the Average American in Montgomery County, you likely are paying around 24% of your income in taxes. That’s just on your Federal Taxes. State Taxes are due in Maryland on July 15, 2022, you will be giving the state another 4 – 5.75% of your hard-earned income, and…

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April 13, 2022 – Direct Line w/Lee Annis

Direct Line w/Lee Annis

Direct Line w/Lee Annis We are joining us this week on Direct Line is Lee Annis, Author of “Big Jim Eastland: The Godfather of Mississippi ” -For decades after the Second World War, Senator James O. Eastland (1904–1986) was one of the more intransigent leaders of the Deep South’s resistance to what he called “the…

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Stop the Gas Tax

Stop the Gas Tax

Stop the Gas Tax Next week, the Gas Tax will go back into effect, and the price you pay at the pump will increase by at least 36 cents/gallon (even more for diesel). Unless you want to pay more than $4 for a gallon of gas, you need to take action Tomorrow, April 11. Tomorrow…

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An organic farming policy that ended in catastrophe

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Gary Baise Commentaries An organic farming policy that ended in catastrophe FERTILIZER BAN: A policeman stands guard during a demonstration against the surge in prices and shortage of fuel and other essential commodities near the parliament building in Colombo, Sri Lanka on April 5, 2022. Fertilizer, crop chemicals ban: A cautionary tale from Sri Lanka…

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Tax-Funded “Virtue Cycling” Group Opposes Hogan Traffic Congestion Relief: The “Bike Bros” Are Against Anti-Gridlock Transportation Plans

Gridlock routinely ranks high among voter concerns. Marylanders spend more time commuting to work than the residents of every other state, apart from New York.[i]  As a result of congestion, Marylanders can spend less time with families and can even avoid taking better-paying jobs if longer commutes are involved.  In Montgomery County, 43% of residents…

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CRITICAL RACE THEORY (CRT) CONTRADICTS DR. KING’S DREAM

Examining CRT

Examining CRT In 1963, Dr Martin Luther King delivered his “I have a Dream …” Speech. His speech was about his dream to live in a country where people are simply judged by the content of their heart, and not by the color of their skin. Dr. King wanted a color-blind society, and for the…

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