In The News… COVID & China Have Exposed How Globalism’s Virtues Were Exaggerated All Along By Bob Ehrlich | May 24, 2020 COVID & China Have Exposed How Globalism’s Virtues Were Exaggerated All Along During my twenty years in public office, I would regularly take batting practice on the hypocrisy of the business community. Why,…

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Questionable tax dollar outlays in the $1.76 trillion spending package. U.S. Senator Rick Scott, R, FL, sent a letter to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) last month urging the administration “…to rescind billions of dollars of wasteful and unrelated funding included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act so this money can…

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Millions of America’s best and brightest students have returned home only midway through their spring semester. Their coursework will continue, of course, as online education assumes center stage for the foreseeable future. Only those of us of a certain age recall how “distance learning” was once such a curiosity. The considerable downside of this course…

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Rep. Dr. Andy Harris

FROM THE OFFICE OF CONGRESSMAN ANDY HARRIS, MD -1 As a physician and Member of Congress, many of my constituents have contacted me with concerns about COVID-19, more commonly referred to as the Coronavirus.  As this virus continues to spread across the United States, I write to update you on the government wide response.   Testing…

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Direct Line Live

WATCH US LIVE ON FACEBOOK Are you bored with all this social distancing and need to be around some like-minded conservatives? Tune in tonight for the Premier broadcast of Direct Line LIVE. Direct Line – LIVE is an interactive program that allows the audience to participate while we are all practicing “Social Distancing”.   We will…

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distance learning for HS kids

As the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) forces Americans to shelter in place and keep a social distance from each other, an opportunity exists to more fully harness available technology.  Expanding distance learning’s use has this potential. Beyond addressing the immediate challenge of educating during COVID, it can help make college more affordable, by reducing tuition costs and tuition…

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Len Foxwell — chief of staff for Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot — last Monday on Facebook shared a link to an article about a group called “The Patriot Movement,” which called on people to defy coronavirus-related stay-at-home orders, WJZ-TV reported.Ditch the fake news ==> Click here to get news you can trust sent right to your…

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Voting

How is the way to vote in the United States of America decided? The constitution does not give specifics. There is no time set for the Federal Election in the constitution but in 1845 Congress set the date of elections as the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November. This date was chosen in…

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Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot

Republican Friends: Below, unsurprisingly, is Comptroller Franchot’s response condoning the outrageous comments by his Chief of Staff, Len Foxwell.  Over the past day, our GOP staff have also uncovered additional posts by Mr. Foxwell that demonstrate unacceptable arrogance and disdain of those who do not share his progressive views. Comptroller Franchot, after masquerading as a moderate for…

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Red China

In 2016, Vladimir Putin’s operatives purchased Facebook ads designed to exploit race and class divisions within American culture. While most (but not all) of the ads supported candidate Trump, the Russians also contributed to the so-called dirty dossier — that packet of unverified Trump-related allegations pieced together by Christopher Steele on behalf of Fusion GPS.…

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