Paul lays out plan to revamp Republican party at our Maryland fundraising event -With Video

Paul lays out plan to revamp Republican party at our Maryland fundraising event -With Video

Paul lays out plan to revamp Republican party at our Maryland fundraising event U.S. senator speaks at fundraiser near BWI By Colin Campbell Via The Baltimore Sun U.S. Sen. Rand Paul said the Republican party's base isn't big enough, especially in Maryland. But, he told a group of the state's GOP candidates and donors Wednesday night, becoming "the Democrat Lite" party isn't the answer. "If we want to win again, if we want to be a bigger party, we have to go to different people with a message of hope and optimism," the junior GOP senator from Kentucky said at a fundraiser for the … [Read more...]

Common Core Dangers

Common Core Dangers

By Carol Frazier - Politics sure does make strange bedfellows. I believe any policy that is opposed by both the New York State Teachers Union and the TEA Party (not necessarily for the same reasons) needs to be looked at very carefully. Of course, I am referring to the Common Core State Standards. And, of course education is not supposed to be political. (Ahem.) Just about everything you have been told about Common Core by the federal, state and local education establishment is, at best, incorrect, and, at worst, downright false. Starting with the way the standards were developed (and … [Read more...]

Maryland Tyranny- Baltimore Man Arrested For Speaking Out Against Common Core

Maryland Tyranny- Baltimore Man Arrested For Speaking Out Against Common Core

By Ann Miller -Dr. Dallas Dance, Superintendent of Baltimore County Public Schools, and Lillian Lowery, Maryland Superintendent, had the opportunity Thursday night to make minor amends at an MSDE-sponsored informational meeting after a three-plus year information blackout on Common Core, the new federal curriculum for Maryland schools. Instead, Dr. Dance added insult to injury by screening, omitting, and editing parents’ questions. Questions from the audience of about 160 people, which consisted of parents, PTA members, teachers, and school administrators, were submitted on cards prior … [Read more...]

Business Owners In Maryland, Texas Wants You

Business Owners In Maryland, Texas Wants You

I love these Rick Perry ads. I hoping to be officially 100% out of Maryland within the next 6-7 months. I'm starting an internet business with one of my buddies in Virginia. After that I will be mobile and able to go wherever I want. Maybe I will open a donut shop in Texas because I make the best donuts you will ever taste. Hands down!!! ;-) Alexis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhLHz5urY-g … [Read more...]

Maryland counties join movement to secede

Maryland counties join movement to secede

Maryland gets worse by the day. This is why I am spending more and more time in Virginia.- Alexis Maryland counties join movement to secede Via Fox News -A group of Maryland residents frustrated with its state’s liberal government is joining a recent movement across the country of regions trying to secede. Western Maryland is made up of five counties whose residents largely vote Republican and feel under-represented at the state capitol, run by Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley and a Democrat-controlled legislature. The movement began in July as a social-media effort, with activist … [Read more...]

Baltimore Native, Bucky Lasek Stars in OC Dew Tour

Baltimore Native, Bucky Lasek Stars in OC Dew Tour

Bucky won 1st Place in the Vert Dew Cup & Second Place in the Bowl Competition By Shawn Nisson Via Delmarva Now -OCEAN CITY — The final event of the Dew Tour Beach championships was building towards a dramatic climax, as Baltimore native Bucky Lasek had a shot to unseat two-time defending skateboard bowl champion Pedro Barros with a huge final run. But the home-town favorite Lasek ultimately had to settle for second as he over shot the landing on the first trick he attempted, sliding to a stop on his knees in the deep end of the bowl and giving the title to Barros once more. “It was … [Read more...]

Maryland Delegate’s Attempt At Gun Bill Amendment Falls Short

Maryland Delegate’s Attempt At Gun Bill Amendment Falls Short

By Shawn Soper The effort to make Maryland’s gun control laws among the toughest in the nation moved closer to becoming reality when the House passed the governor’s legislation by a 78-61 vote. After hours of often contentious debate, the House of Delegates last week passed Governor Martin O’Malley’s Firearm Safety Act of 2013 by more than enough votes to cover the 71 needed to pass the legislation. The bill passed the Senate in March by a vote of 28-19 and with the passage by the House last week, the legislation is now headed back to the Senate for a reconciliation of some relatively … [Read more...]