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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.

Remember the Time Lois Jarman Wanted to Write a School Policy She, Herself Didn’t...

On November 9, 2019 around 1:44 pm Board of Education member Lois Jarman was using her cell phone while driving west on Shepherdstown Pike when she rear-ended another car. The impact forced that car into oncoming traffic injuring another family.

Got Privilege?

I’m so tired – so, so, so very tired! I’m tired every time I turn around of being called a “RACIST!” simply because I’m white. I’m tired that I’m told I have a “privileged life” simply because I’m white. I’m tired of hearing only white people are the ones capable of being racist! I’m tired of seeing people attacking police officers, burning building, looting and assaulting others while being told they are “peacefully protesting”. If I say otherwise - “Racist!”

A Tale Of Two Protests

On July 14th downtown Frederick hosted two, 287(g) rallies. One rally in support of the 287(g) program and one against.

De-funding The Police Is Not A Solution

First, what happened to George Floyd was reprehensible and the officers involved need to be held accountable. I don't think anyone would disagree with that. We trust the police to protect us and help maintain order, we trust them enough to give them certain authority over us so they can perform those duties.

Toying With Year Round School

Year round school!! That's the answer, we need year round school. It seems that's the new thing. If we only had year round school things would be better. Everywhere you look on social media someone is saying how wonderful and helpful year round school is. The more I see them talking about it, the less I think they understand. Not to be rude, but year round school isn't something new, it’s been around for quite a while and not widely adopted.

Frederick, Let’s Talk About The Pandemic

It's looking like the world pandemic is winding down, 99.9% of us are still here. There were deaths and that's truly sad. My heart goes out to each and every family that was effected.

To The Graduating Class Of 2020

As schools draw closer to graduation, I wanted to take a second to say something to the Graduating Class of 2020. I...

Conversations With Our Children During Forced Isolation

My son has been, like every other kid out of school and home. It’s been a change for him as well as...

Today’s A Good Day To Hug Your Family

On April 2nd 2012 my mom lost her battle with cancer. She had multiple myeloma and battled it for over five years. It is...

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...

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