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Lawsuits filed over USDA’s ‘socially disadvantaged farmer’ benefits

By Gary Baise | May 11, 2021

Gary Baise Commentaries Lawsuits filed over USDA’s ‘socially disadvantaged farmer’ benefits “Socially disadvantaged” ancestry is necessary to qualify one as a member of a socially disadvantaged group, and as such, to qualify for certain government programs. But what does that really mean, especially for U.S. farmers? Plessy, of Plessy v Ferguson case in 1896 in the U.S.…

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June 3, 2021 – First Thursday

By Carol Hughes | May 9, 2021

First Thursday w/Barry Glassman  BARRY GLASSMAN FOR COMPTROLLER Barry Glassman has the EXPERIENCE required and the PASSION needed to serve Marylanders through our next phase of successes and any challenges that might come our way. $15.00 for MoCoGOP Club Members $20.00 non-MoCoGop Club Members FREE FOR NEW MEMBERS WHO JOIN THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY REPUBLICAN CLUB…

First Thursday, May 6, 2021 Del. Novotny

May 6, 2021 – First Thursday

By Carol Hughes | May 9, 2021

FIRST THURSDAY W/DELEGATE REID NOVOTNY May 6, 2021 – Montgomery County Republican Club 2021 First Thursday speakers series.  This month our guest speaker who will be in person is Del. Reid Novotny.  Del. Novotny will talk and answer questions about the last legislative session in Annapolis, the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Morton Blackwell, President, Leadership Institute

May 12, 2021 – Direct Line w/Morton Blackwell

By Adam Schmidt | May 9, 2021

Direct Line w/Morton Blackwell, President – Leadership Institute DIRECT LINE FOR MAY 12, 2021 7:30 PM ON YOUTUBE LIVE AND FACEBOOK LIVE OUR GUEST MORTON BLACKWELL, PRESIDENT, LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE We have the pleasure of being joined by a Legend in the conservative movement, Morton Black well President of the Leadership Institute. Professionally, Morton Blackwell is…

4 Headlines That Show the Downright Weird State of America Today

4 Headlines That Show the Downright Weird State of America Today

By Bob Ehrlich | May 7, 2021

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries 4 Headlines That Show the Downright Weird State of America Today A series of recent headlines reflect the troubled state of America. The first reads straight out of Orwell: “Oregon officials propose a permanent mask mandate.” One upside to the lockdown era has been the outing of not-so-subtle authoritarian streaks of…

Myron Ebell, Director, Center for Energy and Environment

May 5, 2021 – Direct Line w/Myron Ebell

By Adam Schmidt | May 6, 2021

DIRECT LINE W/MYRON EBELL, DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENT May 5, 2021 – Direct Line Live with our Special guest Myron Ebell, Director, Center for Energy and Environment. Myron Ebell is director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute. Ebell also chairs the Cooler Heads Coalition, which comprises representatives…

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Listen to Governor George Allen on WRVA – Richmond

By Adam Schmidt | May 5, 2021

Governor George Allen on 1140 am WRVA – Richmond Our good Friend Governor George Allen will be on Richmond Radio 1140 AM WRVA – Richmond, Friday morning at 8:05 on the Richmond’s Morning News with John Reid show.  

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Biden’s first 100 days for agriculture

By Gary Baise | May 4, 2021

Gary Baise Commentaries Biden’s first 100 days for agriculture President Biden has finished his first 100 days in office. In the first 100 days, the president has introduced a plan that extends SNAP benefits through September for about $28 per person per month. The president set aside $1.15 billion for expanding the food stamp program…

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Governor Hogan Reacts as Emails Reveal Personal Animus, Not Science Drove MoCo COVID Policy

By Mark Uncapher | May 2, 2021

In an expose relying upon emails obtained through Freedom of Information requests, Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner uncovered a disturbing pattern of personal animus by Montgomery County’s health officer Travis Gayles against religious and nonpublic schools and their parents. [i] Wrote Gayles in August while his school closure orders were being challenged: “It has…

The Clever Trick Progressives Are Using to Advance an Increasingly Leftist Agenda

The Clever Trick Progressives Are Using to Advance an Increasingly Leftist Agenda

By Bob Ehrlich | May 1, 2021

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries The Clever Trick Progressives Are Using to Advance an Increasingly Leftist Agenda Last week, so-called climate activists dumped 12 wheelbarrows full of cow manure in front of the White House. Plenty of adoring media were present to memorialize the event. The Earth Day protest was a not-too-subtle reminder that the Biden…

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