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Seth Eisenberg

Jonah Seth Eisenberg father of 5 and a grandfather to 2. He has been in the Frederick County area for 35+ years. He, along with several other members of his family, have proudly served in the military and in other careers of service to the community. While in the US Navy he held a Top Secret Clearance. He is a firm believer in honesty and accountability at all levels of government. He worked 20 years in the security field as a manager and during that time he received several awards and accolades. He now works a quality assurance manager and spends his free time with his 10 year old son.

Technology – Not The Magic Bullet We Were Promised

With all the studies that show learning from print is far more effective than from screens, why in the world is Frederick...

Coming Together For Those In Need

When David Perez called and asked if I could help lend a hand helping make sure the 12 recovery houses in Frederick County had...

Foggy Bonding

The fog was thick and damp, it muffled the sounds one normally heard at night. All except the sound of my son’s giggling that...

Lessons In Humility

From a very young age my parents taught me and my brother that no matter what job, what title or what education level you...

Children Have A Right to Self-Defense

Anyone who knows me knows I absolutely cannot stand people that bully others. Without a question, I have no respect for anyone that picks on weaker or smaller people, from kids at school to adults at work. I have a special disdain for school age bullies for very good reason. Not only because I have a 10 year old son, but because bullying can lead to several short term issues such as sleep disturbances, poor school performance and symptoms of depression just to name a few. If left unchecked prolonged bullying can lead to chronic depression, suicide attempts, poor general health and substance abuse among other things. Being a kid/teenager is hard enough without the added drama brought on by being the victim of bullying.

Have Parents Checked Out Of Public Education?

A long term substitute teacher shares porn with children.  Another teacher displays the Swastika in his classroom.  Who knows what else has been going on at Thomas Johnson High School or anywhere else in Frederick County Public Schools? It seems FCPS has become extremely efficient in hiding the truth from parents.  It’s to be expected since, they’ve had A LOT of practice.

Justice For The Weed Family

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.

Frederick County Public Schools Tone Deaf

Genocide is a term used to describe violence against members of a national, ethnic, racial or religious group with the intent to destroy the entire group. The word came into general usage only after World War II, when the full extent of the atrocities committed by the Nazi regime against European Jews during that conflict became known. Three times in history Jewish people have faced attempted genocide simply because they were Jewish.

Ignoring The Victims

I've heard from a lot families over the last year telling me about their child being bullied or physically attacked while at school. So when another parent contacted me, about a week and a half ago, about their child being attacked by a transgender student, I wasn’t shocked.

Tales From The Thin Blue Line

He became a police officer in 1973, starting pay was around $10,000 - $12,000 a year plus benefits and overtime. Over forty hours a week and varied working conditions. There were physical requirements that had to be met, height to weight ratio, timed running and other physical tests. Then on to the academy where they learn to shoot, drive and many other things. Then time with a training officer and if you pass all that, you can start to patrol on your own.
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