Outrage of the Week

MOCO TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS: NOT JUST BIKE LANES AND MASS TRANSIT

By Dwight Patel | May 10, 2022

Commentaries MOCO TRANSPORTATION SOLUTIONS: NOT JUST BIKE LANES AND MASS TRANSIT How many of you have missed your children’s soccer games, little league games, concerts, school plays, as well as quality time with your family because you were sitting in your car on the beltway, 270, Wisconsin Avenue, Connecticut Avenue, Route 28, Route 29 or…

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Foreign impacts of Proposition 12

Foreign impacts of Proposition 12

By Gary Baise | May 9, 2022

Gary Baise Commentaries Foreign impacts of Proposition 12 The restrictions the California law would impose reach beyond the U.S. pork industry. The Canadian Pork Board filed an AMICUS brief in the U.S. Supreme Court and told the Court about the impact Proposition 12 would have on Canadian and other foreign pork producers who export their…

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Russia’s war against Ukraine is just America’s first challenge

By James Gilmore, III | May 3, 2022

Amb. James Gilmore Commentaries Russia’s war against Ukraine is just America’s first challenge This war of aggression by Russia against Ukraine changes everything On the sidewalk in Kyiv, in front of a key government office is a bronze statue of St. George spearing the dragon. The statue reflects the conviction of every Ukrainian I met.…

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Time to Begin Contesting Maryland’s Sixth Congressional District

By Mark Uncapher | May 2, 2022

Conservative Investigative Journalist Matthew Foldi Targets Democrat David Trone Rarely have the political stakes been as high for a Maryland congressional election as this year’s Sixth district race. Multiple independent analysts have identified it as one of fewer than two dozen evenly matched districts that could decide control of the House of Representatives. The political…

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

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

By Bob Ehrlich | Apr 25, 2022

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

By Mark Uncapher | Apr 24, 2022

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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From the Manattan Institute's City Journal

Maskaholics -From the Manhattan Institute’s John Tierney

By Guest Columnist | Apr 19, 2022

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!!!

By Adam Schmidt | Apr 18, 2022

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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Direct Line w/Lee Annis

April 13, 2022 – Direct Line w/Lee Annis

By Adam Schmidt | Apr 11, 2022

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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