Outrage of the Week

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Another terrible loss for agriculture

By Gary Baise | Aug 2, 2021

Gary Baise Commentaries Another terrible loss for agriculture The Humane Society has once again imposed, through the courts and the State of California, its views on how American agriculture is to be conducted. On July 28, 2021, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a 24-page opinion which said National Pork Producers…

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Statement on the Deterioration of Relations Between China & The United States

By James Gilmore, III | Aug 2, 2021

Amb. James Gilmore Commentaries Statement on the Deterioration of Relations Between China & The United States Today Fareed Zakaria on his CNN Sunday show, Global Public Square, expressed regret over the recent deterioration of relations between China and the U.S. He said how bad it was that relations were “spiraling down due to a turn…

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We Can Now See the Cost of Wokeness in Our Everyday Lives

We Can Now See the Cost of Wokeness in Our Everyday Lives

By Bob Ehrlich | Jul 31, 2021

We Can Now See the Cost of Wokeness in Our Everyday Lives There are so many lowlights associated with the woke era. One of the most prominent is the departure of fun, enjoyment and appreciation for country from our daily lives. For example, my children have no idea that late-night entertainment shows used to be…

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Critical U.S. Pipelines Remain Stopped, As Russian Pipelines Are Greenlighted

By James Gilmore, III | Jul 28, 2021

Amb. James Gilmore Commentarues Critical U.S. Pipelines Remain Stopped, As Russian Pipelines Are Greenlighted In light of President Biden and German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s meeting recently, it was clear the two leaders continue to remain on opposing sides of Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline. During their joint press conference, President Biden said, “My view on…

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USDA loses again on race-based statute

By Gary Baise | Jul 27, 2021

Gary Baise Commentaries USDA loses again on race-based statute July was a good month for farmers, and a terrible month for USDA and Secretary Tom Vilsack. On July 1, Sid Miller, citizen-rancher and Texas Commissioner of Agriculture, gave the Secretary of Agriculture and USDA a lesson in the Constitution of the United States. Mr. Miller,…

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We are joined with Jim Shalleck, the prosecutor who put David Berkowitz (AKA Son of Sam) away, who is now running for Attorney General in Maryland. Jim Shalleck has been the past president of the Montgomery County Board of Elections.

Direct Line w/Jim Shalleck, our next Attorney General

By Adam Schmidt | Jul 27, 2021

DIRECT LINE W/JIM SHALLECK OUR NEXT ATTORNEY GENERAL   We are joined with Jim Shalleck, the prosecutor who put David Berkowitz (AKA Son of Sam) away, who is now running for Attorney General in Maryland. Jim Shalleck has been the past president of the Montgomery County Board of Elections. Watch  on FACEBOOK Live Watch on YOUTUBE Live …

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There's 1 Simple Way to Secure Our Vote, But the Left Will Never Allow It

There’s 1 Simple Way to Secure Our Vote, But the Left Will Never Allow It

By Bob Ehrlich | Jul 26, 2021

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries There’s 1 Simple Way to Secure Our Vote, But the Left Will Never Allow It If you think that much of the rhetoric surrounding voting rights and process is insultingly dumb, you are not alone. Think about it. Even in the present nanny state era, American adults are expected to execute…

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Has MoCo’s School System Committed $168 Million to Buy Edsel Electric Buses?

By Mark Uncapher | Jul 24, 2021

Red flags should have gone up at MCPS about Proterra’s role in the project, given their track record elsewhere. Montgomery County’s Public Schools signed a contract last February to buy over 300 electric school buses, converting their entire fleet by 2035. The total lifetime contract cost of $168 million is reportedly the largest local government electric…

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Last chance for courts to stave off economic disaster for livestock farmers

Last chance for courts to stave off economic disaster for livestock farmers

By Gary Baise | Jul 22, 2021

Gary Baise Commentaries Environmentalists want the Court to punish EPA. If the Court does so, a new chapter will be written for pesticide use. Last week’s blog on July 15 painted a bleak picture about how California’s, Proposition 12 law will force pork and veal producers in the Midwest to restructure their facilities to meet that state’s…

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