Outrage of the Week

Matthew Foldi

Person of the Month Matthew Foldi

By Adam Schmidt | Sep 1, 2019

Congratulations to Matthew Foldi, the MCGOP Club has picked you to receive the Person of the Month Award for September. Matthew was selected for his long-time service to the Conservative movement and the Republican Party not just locally but Nationally.   Matthew is the quintessential Republican leader; many can learn from his leadership skills.   Matthew never…

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Marc Elrich, Montgmery County, Maryland

Marc Elrich does it Again

By Dwight Patel | Aug 30, 2019

Marc Elrich this week doubled down on Montgomery County, Maryland’s refusal to honor ICE Detainers.  Knowing what you know now about Marc Elrich would you vote for him again for County executive?  This past week after the number or rapes in Montgomery County, Maryland shot up, after hovering in the low-100s from 2009 to 2014,…

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Tale of Two Cities: DC Charter Schools Outperform Baltimore Schools

By Mark Uncapher | Aug 28, 2019

The Partnership for Assessment of Readiness in College and Careers (PARCC) test results for school districts were released earlier this week. Maryland’s statewide results showed proficiency rise by 2 percentage points in English to 43.7%, while math scores fell or stayed relatively flat at every level of elementary and middle schools. The results for Baltimore…

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Teacher Unions, Annapolis Legislators Send Students Back to Sweltering Classrooms Next Year

Teacher Unions, Annapolis Legislators Send Students Back to Sweltering Classrooms Next Year

By Mark Uncapher | Aug 23, 2019

The Baltimore Sun reported last week that city teachers are raising money and collecting donated fans to cool unairconditioned classrooms where temperatures sometimes exceed 100-degrees.  Yet Baltimore school administrators are also worried that plugging too many fans will strain aging electrical systems past their breaking point.[i] Common sense suggests the impracticality of an August school start date…

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Sharon Bauer, MCFRW Photo | MCFRW

POLITICAL GROUP URGES ELRICH, COUNCIL TO RESCIND ‘SANCTUARY POLICIES’ IN LIGHT OF ALLEGED RAPE OF 11-YEAR-OLD

By Adam Schmidt | Aug 21, 2019

AUGUST 19, 2019 | BY MICHELLE QUEEN A Republican group wrote to County leaders today regarding the alleged rape of a young girl in Germantown by two illegal immigrants from El Salvador. The two men are being held at the Montgomery County Correctional Facility. County Executive Marc Elrich released a statement Wednesday, August 14 regarding the alleged rape that…

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Illegal Aliens getting arrested

The Outrage of the Week

By Dwight Patel | Aug 16, 2019

Montgomery County Council’s Lax Policy on Illegal Aliens The Outrage of the week goes out once more to Montgomery County Marc Elrich and the all Democrat-controlled County Council for their lax policies on illegal aliens, not cooperating with ICE, which led to an alleged rape of an 11-year-old girl in Montgomery County.  These two individuals…

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The Joker , played by Cesar Romero

The Outrage of the Week

By Brian Griffiths | Aug 12, 2019

The Baltimore Sun, Editorial Board  On Sunday I talked about how the Baltimore Sun Editorial Board embarrassed itself with an op-ed over the weekend. I didn’t know then that they were just getting warmed up. You may have heard about the good news story in Baltimore yesterday. Hundreds of people came from across Maryland and…

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Maria Sofia

MCGOP Club’s Person of the Month – Maria Sofia

By Adam Schmidt | Aug 6, 2019

Maria Sofia is one of the hardest working women in Maryland Republican politics.  She takes her job very seriously.  Maria was elected Maryland young Republicans Chairman last spring, since then she has added six new chapters to the Maryland Young Republicans.  In addition, in 2018 she spent most of her weekends on the Eastern shore,…

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Wall Street

Financial Transactions Tax (FTT)

By Adam Schmidt | Aug 5, 2019

What is a financial transactions tax (FTT), in plain an simple English Democrats want to tax you on tax on every stock, bond, and derivative trades. The FTT would especially impact fund managers that are responsible for 401(k)s, pensions, and index funds and make frequent trades. Who are the participants in 401(k)s, pensions? Regular hardworking…

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