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Thursday, February 20, 2020

Rush Limbaugh: Champion Of The Average American And Defender Of America's Founding Principles
Guest Columnist

Chaz Packan

Rush Limbaugh began his career as the preeminent voice of conservative values and America’s founding principles in 1984 on local radio in Sacramento, California.  He was the replacement for controversial talk show host Morton Downey, Jr.  His show debuted in mid-October 1984 as the “Rush Limbaugh Program.”



Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Justice For The Weed Family
Guest Columnist

Seth Eisenberg

On September 20, 2019 around 5:30 p.m., while walking around the Great Frederick Fair, John Weed of Mt. Airy was enjoying time with his family, when he was approached by two males. The two males were brothers ages 15 and 16.  They asked Mr. Weed for a dollar.  He said no, at which point some sort of dialogue began.



Tuesday, February 18, 2020

You Aren't Paying Enough Of Your Fair Share
Hayden Duke

I was very disappointed when I read recently that Councilmember Michael Blue is going to co-sponsor an increase of $1 in Recordation Fees. You might think I’m being stingy, and rightly so. Right now our Recordation Fee is $6.00 per $500, if passed the $1 increase would take it to $7.00 per $500.



Monday, February 17, 2020

The Republican Women Of Frederick County Salutes: Hiram Rhodes Revels, America's First African American United States Senator
Guest Columnist

Angela McIntosh

It is likely that many, if not most Americans, assume no African American ever held high public office until Barbara Jordan was elected to Congress in 1972. It is also likely that most Americans assume Jordan to be the first African American from the South elected to hold high office in the Federal government. Both of these assumptions are incorrect.



Saturday, February 15, 2020

Notice Of Meeting
Cindy A. Rose

The Republican Women of Frederick County cordially invite you to their February meeting on Thursday, February 20 at 7:00 p.m.



Friday, February 14, 2020

Things To Do This Weekend
Cindy A. Rose

Things To Do This Weekend – Friday through Sunday (occasional Weekday)

Valentine’s weekend is here.  Let’s see what you might be able to get into.  Below are some suggestions for Frederick maybe some surrounding counties, including West Virginia and Virginia.  Click the links for more details.


Last Weekend In XFL Football
Guest Columnist

Chaz Packan

The DC Defenders won the inaugural game in XFL football history by a score of 31-19 at Audi Field in Washington, D.C.  Thanks to a performance powered by three defensive/special teams touchdowns by way of two interceptions returned and a blocked punt leading to the first touchdown in XFL History.



Thursday, February 13, 2020

The Republican Women Of Frederick County Salute Ida B. Wells
Guest Columnist

 

Angela McIntosh

When you hear the name Ida B. Wells, what words come to mind? Journalist? Civil rights activist? Suffragette? Abolitionist? Indeed, all these words accurately describe Ida B. Wells, but there is another word that describes her just as accurately as all the others, and probably, it is one that will surprise you. That word is Republican.

 

 



Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Grievance Porn Over Happiness
Hayden Duke

“And as for those who are happy, they will be in Paradise, abiding there so long as the heavens and the earth endure, unless your Lord wills, as uninterrupted giving.” This is a quote from the Quran about happiness, (Quran 11:108).



Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Partisanship And Voting Trends In State And Local Elections
Guest Columnist

Jerry Donald

In his 2018 book “The Increasingly United States,” Daniel J. Hopkins summarizes the circumstances surrounding state and local politics. In it, he looks at the factors that have made national politics the dominant focus for American citizens. The gist of his book is that Americans’ interest in politics at the national level has remained steady over the years, while interest in state and local politics has declined considerably.




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