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Sunday, March 29, 2020

Prayers To Mr. Limbaugh

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.

Cox’s General Assembly Report 2020 – Volume 1 Part II

HB 4 – LONG GUN REGISTRATION “BACK-GROUND CHECK” BILL Similar to the handgun board fight, the same last two weeks have been packed with fighting a dangerous registration bill of rifle and shotgun transfers requiring back-ground checks, which the Democrats have touted as their premier “gun control” legislative goal.

Delegate Dan Cox’s Report From Annapolis


The Battle For Commissioner Government Begins

Citizens for Commissioner Government launched their petition signing February 1, 2020 at Fire In Ice at Market and Patrick Streets in Frederick.  Signature gatherers were stationed around the city with clip boards and petitions.

Super Bowl 2020 Predictions

6:30 PM on Fox: San Francisco 49ers Vs. Kansas City Chiefs- Chiefs win 27-20

Things To Do This Weekend

Things To Do This Weekend – Friday through Sunday (an occasional Weekday). Now that the holidays are officially behind us let’s see what you can get into this coming weekend.  Below are some suggestions for Frederick maybe some surrounding counties, including West Virginia and Virginia.  Click the links for more details.

Notice To Our Readers

For those who haven’t heard, in November 2019, John W. Ashbury sold TheTentacle.com.  It is now running under new ownership and a new, not as seasoned Editor.  Mr. Ashbury will be TheTentacle.com’s resident historian, contributor and mentor for as long as he so desires.

Michael Bunitsky On Public Service And Other Things

When I learned Michael Bunitsky wasn’t going to run for another term on the Board of Education I asked him if he would tell me why.  Mr. Bunitsky and I have disagreed on many, many things but his response below will illustrate why I have the utmost respect for him as a human being.

“Question D” – The County Ordinance

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.

Non-Citizen Voting Is A Reality in Maryland

Massive Non-Citizen Voting Uncovered in Maryland was the headline of a PJ Media article on October 30, 2014.  With election season upon us, this 2014 article is making the social media rounds again.  Please read all news stories before you forward them or comment on them as if they are new.