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President Donald J. Trump’s Accomplishments List

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 20, 2020

President Donald J. Trump’s Accomplishments List 45 Pages Long Share link & print out copies to share. US Economy Added 266,000 New Jobs in November smashing expectations Trump signs bill restoring funding for Historically Black Colleges and Universities Trump Secures Historic Phase One Trade Agreement with China See all of President Trump’s Accomplishments

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The 1972 Equal Rights Amendment Can No Longer Be Ratified—Because It No Longer Exists

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 17, 2020

January 13, 2020  Download Report – By The Heritage Foundation  SUMMARYStates can continue to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) that Congress proposed in 1972 only if it is still pending before the states. If it is not, however, the 1972 ERA cannot be ratified because it no longer exists. Advocates claiming that the 1972 ERA…

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Labor and Employment –

HB994/SB839

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 16, 2020

HB994/SB839 DESCRIPTION Labor and Employment – Criminal Record Screening Practices (Ban the Box). Requires employers of more than 15 employees to refrain from asking on an employment application about whether an individual has a criminal record until the first in-person interview. Exempts businesses that serve minors or vulnerable adults. It provides for fines up to…

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Fishery Management Plans – Oysters.

HB 720/SB 830

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 16, 2020

HB 720/SB 830 DESCRIPTION Fishery Management Plans – Oysters. Removes the Secretary of Natural Resources from a reconstituted oyster futures consensus process to be called the Oyster Advisory Commission. The new Commission will be double in size of the Oyster Futures Group. The MD House and Senate would each have 2 voting representatives, but there…

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HB 262/SB 537

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 16, 2020

DESCRIPTION HB 262/SB 537 Bill allows undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates at public 4-year colleges without first earning 60 credits at a community college. Reduces MD high-school attendance requirement from 3 years to just attending. Reduces MD income tax filing requirement for parents/student to 3 years prior to starting college classes instead of…

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Urge Members of the House Judiciary Committee to Oppose House Bill 4

Urge Members of the House Judiciary Committee to Oppose House Bill 4

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 15, 2020

House Judiciary Committee: House Bill 4 would ban many sales and transfers of rifles or shotguns in Maryland between private individuals without first paying fees and obtaining government permission.  Firearm sales between friends, neighbors, or fellow hunters, would not be exempted.  This proposal would have no impact on crime and is completely unenforceable. TAKE ACTION

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Amb. Jeane Kirkpatrick, Reagan's Forceful Envoy

A Salute to Republican Women- Amb. Jeane Kirkpatrick

By Adam Schmidt | Jan 14, 2020

‘Blame America First’ speech by Amb. Jeane Kirkpatrick’s at the 1984 GOP Convention Speech. In 1981, a Georgetown professor, Jeane Kirkpatrick, remaining a Democrat, became Ronald Reagan’s Ambassador to the United Nations. Reagan brought Kirkpatrick, as he did with many Democratic hawks who were dismayed with the dovish position of mainstream Democrats. Kirkpatrick had worked…

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Spy Court Picks FISA Abuse Denier To Tackle FISA Abuse

By Guest Columnist | Jan 13, 2020

By Mollie Hemingway January 12, 2020 from The Federalist The nation’s top spy court appointed an Obama-era Justice Department official who has denied and downplayed FBI surveillance abuse to assess the FBI’s response to a scathing new report cataloguing problems with how the agency secured authority to spy on a Donald Trump campaign affiliate. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance…

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When All Seems Bleak

By Bill Richbourg | Jan 11, 2020

When all seems bleak look to 1776!  Today, it is difficult to even conceive of the hardships endured by the Continental Army on that Christmas day in1776. General George Washington was on the verge of losing the Revolutionary War. His army felt defeated and discouraged and his countrymen had lost confidence in his abilities. With…

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