Outrage of the Week

Stop The Digital Ad Tax Take Action Now

Stop The Digital Ad Tax Take Action Now

By Carol Hughes | Jan 23, 2021

Sustain Governor Hogan’s VETO on the NETFLIX TAX BILL WHAT IS HOUSE BILL 732? – TAKE ACTION NOW At the very end of the 2020 Maryland legislative session, the General Assembly rushed House Bill 732 – Digital Advertising Gross Revenues Tax, a very shortsighted and deeply flawed bill, to the floor and passed it along…

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Stop Mail In Voting

STOP Elections by Mail bills HB 153 and HB 274

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 23, 2021

STOP HB 153 & HB 24 STOP Elections by Mail bills HB 153 and HB 274 Also very important to oppose HB 57. which allows Absentee Ballots to be postmarked the day after the election and still be counted. MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD CONTACT MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE WAYS AND MEANS COMMITTEE darryl.barnes@house.state.md.us joseph.boteler@house.state.md.us chanel.branch@house.state.md.us…

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Ilya Shapiro, Author, Supreme Disorder

Direct Line w/Ilya Shapiro

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 21, 2021

Direct Line w/Ilya Shapiro, Author, Supreme Disorder Ilya Shapiro is the director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute and publisher of the Cato Supreme Court Review. Before joining Cato, he was a special assistant/​adviser to the Multi-National Force in Iraq on the rule‐​of‐​law issues and practiced at Patton…

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AN UNPRECEDENTED LEGACY

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF President Reagan

By Carol Hughes | Jan 21, 2021

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF PRESIDENT REAGAN 40 AT 40 January 20, 2021 marks the 40th anniversary of Ronald Wilson Reagan being inaugurated as our nation’s 40th President of the United States. This milestone anniversary represents an unprecedented opportunity to celebrate Ronald Reagan and his presidency, and to continue to preserve and promote the principles…

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Apply to join the Maryland Redistricting Commission

Citizens Redistricting Commission

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 21, 2021

Citizens Redistricting Commission Gerrymandering is a form of political gamesmanship that stifles real political debate and deprives citizens of meaningful choices. Fair and competitive elections – and having checks and balances – make for a more vibrant and responsive citizen republic. Recent redistricting cycles have earned Maryland the distinction as one of the most gerrymandered…

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why Ronald Reagan is still the king for US Republicans

the Grand Old Party (GOP)

By Dwight Patel | Jan 19, 2021

the Grand Old Party (GOP) I have been reading a lot of posts on Facebook, Twitter and alternative social media platforms about how all is lost.  The Republican Party is fractured and will never be whole again.  I have even seen Republicans wanting to start a new third party.  With great respect, I point them…

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NEIL C. PARROTT Republican, District 2A,

Direct Line w/Del. Neil Parrott

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 17, 2021

Direct Line w/Delegate Neil Parrott, MD-2a (Western maryland) Member of House of Delegates since January 12, 2011 (representing District 2B, 2011-15; District 2A since January 14, 2015). Assistant Minority Whip, 2015-. Member, Environment and Transportation Committee, 2019- (housing & real property subcommittee, 2019-; motor vehicle & transportation subcommittee, 2019-). Member, Judiciary Committee, 2011-18 (estates & trusts…

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2020 in flames

2020 Has Taught Us That the Elite No Longer Have to Pretend to Care About ‘Flyover’ America

By Bob Ehrlich | Jan 16, 2021

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries 2020 Has Taught Us That the Elite No Longer Have to Pretend to Care About ‘Flyover’ America It’s always been this way, just not as blatant. But the advent of 24/7 news coverage has made it upfront – and always personal. I refer to “the attitude” – how our elites view…

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Ambassador James S. Gilmore III

Farewell Remarks to the OSCE by Ambassador James S. Gilmore III

By Guest Columnist | Jan 16, 2021

Farewell Remarks to the OSCE by Ambassador James S. Gilmore III As delivered by Ambassador James S. Gilmore III to the Permanent Council, Vienna January 14, 2021   Thank you, Madame Chairperson. I am grateful for the opportunity to be here today to speak to you and everyone else about my period of time here…

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