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I was just a 14 year old kid in 1993. That’s when I remember my Aunt Joyce telling my dad (Greg) about the most remarkable man that she had heard on the radio. It was at one of our family get togethers when my grandparents were still living and the family gathered more often. That was the first time anyone spoke to me about Rush Limbaugh.
The truth about politics is that it seldom resists a modest level of simplicity. The battle that once waged over the binding arbitration language in the Frederick County Charter as Question D was really simplicity at its finest. Question D was passed with over 70% approval. The Frederick County Career Firefighters union won a thorough victory for their membership.
The Progressive Democrats have started to understand that their best interests are served best when they are on the same team. As Joe Biden continues his dogged campaign itinerary in Iowa, Senator Elizabeth Warren is suggesting that Senator Bernie Sanders is a misogynist after a very public spat over comments that Sanders made. The drama played out on a nationally televised debate spat.
Last week in typical fashion, an APB was put out on America by the Islamic Republic of Iran. We know how Iran thinks that any physical hardship in the Middle East is Israel’s fault. Any hardship in Iran is because of the United States.
I feel compelled to offer some clarification to Mr. Karl Bickel's "corrections" to my article on Frederick County's 287(g) audit from last week. I...
On September 16, 2019 local Anti-287 and #NeverChuckJenkins activist Edward Burrell had a letter to the editor published in the Frederick News Post. Mr. Burrell is no stranger to the mounting pressure that he and a few other people are continuing to mount against Sheriff Chuck Jenkins partnership with Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agents.
A crisis of catastrophic proportions was aptly diffused by the Frederick County Council in its final meeting of 2019. In a measure of sheer brilliance and masterful foresight, the ravenous scourge of a would-be plastic plague was averted. Truly, King Solomon himself would have sat in utter amazement as he skillfully watched the applied collective wisdom that was laid before the masses. The decision was truly a masterful example of government at its finest.