It’s coming. Early voting begins on October 25. Politics for the past two years seems to center on President Donald J. Trump, but, really, all politics is local.
There are two most dangerous professions in the world today. First, those sent as Christian missionaries; second, journalists of the investigatory kind who dare apply their talents in the face of international despots.
As we head into early voting next week, local Republican leadership will be met with a herculean challenge. Polls show that Republican Gov. Larry Hogan will have plenty of Democrats supporting him this November.
It is never more obvious that the brilliance of the Founders of the Constitution were prescient. In fact, these wise men, meeting in Philadelphia, had the good sense to write the Second Amendment.
The hearing/circus is over, and Brett Kavanaugh is a Supreme Court justice. That is a good thing. Perhaps most important for American men and women, the principle of innocent until proven guilty has been upheld.
With all profound respect, it is a joy at this historic moment to stand, read and repeat the magnificent call to order for the opening of the Supreme Court of the United States.
Like clockwork, Stephan Jones who is president of Frederick County Career Firefighters Union Local #3666, posted this to his Facebook account October 1st. "On November 6th, vote FOR on Question D and make sure that your local firefighters have a voice to make sure someone shows up to your emergency."
Functional reading is a fundamental approach to properly researching and defining a position on any public policy. Candidates and voters should be reading up on subjects as the November election approaches.