Outrage of the Week

Trone, Ruppersberger, Raskin Back Bill to Hike Gas Prices Another 90 Cents a Gallon

By Mark Uncapher | Jun 1, 2022

These Maryland Democrats’ climate agenda drives their desire to use a carbon tax to drive energy costs still higher.

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Team Foldi

Meet Matthew Foldi

By Carol Hughes | May 31, 2022

Meet Matthew Foldi, Candidate US Congress MD-6 Meet Matthew Foldi, candidate for US Congress in Maryland 6th Congressional District. Matthew Foldi is an experienced conservative investigative reporter running for Congress in Maryland’s 6th District. Matthew has broken some of the biggest stories exposing the corruption of the Biden Administration. At the Washington Free Beacon, Matthew…

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View of the Earth from the Moon made possible by STEM


By Adam Schmidt | May 31, 2022

STEM EDUCATION STEM EDUCATION IS NEEDED – NOT CRT What is STEM? STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education which includes Computer Science. In an ever-changing, increasingly complex world, it’s more important than ever that our nation’s youth are prepared to bring knowledge and skills to solve problems, make sense of…

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Direct Line Chesapeake Governors - SUPERSIZED SHOW

Direct Line Chesapeake Governors – SUPERSIZED SHOW

By Adam Schmidt | May 30, 2022

Direct Line w/Gov. Allen, Gov. Ehrlich and Gov. Gilmore   Join us this week with our supersized episode of the Chesapeake Governors show. We will have not one Governor, or Two but we will have three Governors. Join Governor George Allen, of Virginia, Gov. Bob Ehrlich of Maryland, and Gov. James Gilmore of Virginia. Join…

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Bonnie Glick is an American diplomat and businesswoman

Direct Line w/Bonnie Glick

By Dwight Patel | May 24, 2022

Direct Line w/Bonnie Glick Bonnie Glick is an American diplomat and businesswoman who served as the Deputy Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development from 2019 to 2020. Nominated for the post by President Donald Trump in April 2018, she was confirmed by the United States Senate by unanimous consent in January 2019. Bonnie worked for 12 years as a Foreign…

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Hogan Lobs Gas Tax Hike Hot Potato At Peter Franchot

By Mark Uncapher | May 23, 2022

Governor Larry Hogan has called on Peter Franchot to immediately take steps to halt or minimize the impact of the legislative gas tax increase that the Comptroller’s office is scheduled to announce in the coming days.

Under legislation passed by the General Assembly in 2013, the Comptroller announces gas tax increases on or before June 1 of each year that take effect on July 1. The Comptroller’s Office calculates the tax increase based on the consumer price index.

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9 Things the Left Has Recently Done to Transform America and Destroy Our Culture

9 Things the Left Has Recently Done to Transform America and Destroy Our Culture

By Bob Ehrlich | May 20, 2022

Governor Bob Ehrlich Commentaries 9 Things the Left Has Recently Done to Transform America and Destroy Our Culture Progressive Democrats have made no secret of their intent to transform a “racist” America. That these woke activists seek to do so by devaluing American culture issue by issue, step by step is quite clear. Think about…

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Barbara Goldberg Goldman

She’s Back: Barbara Goldberg Goldman Returns from Democratic Siberia

By Mark Uncapher | May 17, 2022

Barbara Goldberg Goldman’s comments about African-American candidates were unquestionably offensive. However, political sins can apparently be forgiven with the right “Green” – as in campaign contributions

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Bayer hopes to dismiss Roundup cases based on ‘preemption’

Bayer hopes to dismiss Roundup cases based on ‘preemption’

By Gary Baise | May 17, 2022

Gary Baise Commentaries Bayer hopes to dismiss Roundup cases based on ‘preemption’ Bayer wants the Supreme Court to find the EPA label approved under FIFRA preempts the “failure to warn” claims brought under state law. The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act is a critical piece of legislation that impacts all of you who are…

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