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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.

Israel Has a Right to Defend Its People

On May 14, 1948, the State of Israel was immediately declared by David Ben Gurion, after the British ended their occupation of Palestine. The British took control of that land when World. War I ended in 1918. They relinquished their claim, in part, in response to the horror the Jews suffered through at the hands of the Nazis during World War II, as well as The Balfour Declaration (“Balfour’s promise” in Arabic). It was a public pledge by Britain in 1917 declaring its aim to establish “a national home for the Jewish people” in a region geographically called Palestine.

Two Maryland Republicans Vote Against the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights

What is LEOBR and what does it actually provide to Police Officers? Well, here is a very basic definition: “The purpose of the Law Enforcement Officers’ Bill of Rights is to guarantee certain procedural safeguards to law enforcement officers during any investigation or interrogation or subsequent hearing that could lead to disciplinary action, demotion or dismissal.”

Frederick County’s Elected and Candidate Hopefulls Fall Short in the Ability to Judge Character

Everyone likes to think they’re a good judge of character, the ability to know someone beyond what they share with you. Are they honest or dishonest, are they a criminal or one of the good guys? Everyone has a “tell”, things that give away their true character, some people can pick up on those tells and just “know” who people really are.

Frederick County Elections Ahead

The local election season is fast approaching and soon the politicking will start. As all those politicians and “hopeful” politicians start to campaign please keep these things in mind.

Frederick County Eyeing Making Virtual Learning Permanent?

I personally think you should pull your children out of public schools. Any parent that has sat in on the virtual learning I’m sure has learned by now, their kids aren’t learning much of anything. It’s not the teacher’s fault, it’s the teacher’s union race hustlers and social justice sheep that are in charge you should be holding accountable.

Frederick County Citizens Peacefully Assemble In Washington, D.C.

On January 6th, members of the Frederick County Conservative Club filled 3 busses and headed to Washington D.C. to exercise their first amendment rights. No other club in Frederick has ever accomplished getting that many people together to attend a rally in DC before.

Are We Ready To Call A Truce?

After all the phone calls, marches and letters Dear Leader Hogan has decided to not remove any of the current restrictions. Is anyone really shocked by this? I mean, when in recent history has any politician ever really listened to the public? Why would they, if they don't what's the worst they have to deal with, some angry letters or phone calls?

Frederick Republicans Split On The Right To Protest

In light of the recent resolution passed by the Frederick County Board of Health, many county residents are upset, while small businesses owners are furious. After the Board received over an hour of calls from residents and businesses owners expressing their desire for the resolution and its increased restrictions on businesses to be struck down, it passed. A vast majority of residents are angered.

Frederick County Conservative Club’s Monthly Meeting

On Monday November 9, 2020, the Frederick County Conservative Club held its monthly meeting at the Buckeystown Pub in Buckeystown. Their guest speaker was Frederick County Councilman At Large Phil Dacey. Mr. Dacey is the lone conservative voice on the Frederick County council.

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.
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