The heads of both liberal progressives and their NeverTrump allies exploded on Friday as the mainstream media learned that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)-Russia collusion investigation, headed by Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller, had finished without any further indictments. No Russian collusion was found.
Much to the chagrin of the Maryland Republicans (MDGOP), the Democrats have handed the Maryland Republican agenda defeat after defeat so far in this year’s session of the Maryland General Assembly.
Last Monday was “Gun Bill Day” in Annapolis for the Maryland General Assembly. Gun rights activists gathered from across the state to offer testimony and to protest the Infringement and erosion of Second Amendment rights in Maryland.
The day-to-day minutia of grass roots conservative politics has seen the rise and fall of personalities like the ebb and flow of the daily tide. The lack of a uniting purpose inside conservative circles is almost beyond repairing. However, there is a chance for redemption before it's too late.
The historical notion of private property as accepted by both public policy experts and esteemed legal minds seemed to escape both the Frederick County Council and the Frederick County Planning Commission during two separate hearings this past week. Private property rights can be diminished if it's for the greater good.
Frederick County has had its own bridge to nowhere over the past three years. The CREST budget fiasco stands out as the most textbook of cases whereby mismanagement and professional ineptitude is rewarded handsomely with state money.
Last Thursday the County Council once again was called upon to rubber stamp legislation under the watchful eye of County Executive Jan The First. She announced once more that she was going to codify her personal vision of Frederick County's future into law.
Maryland's new socialist party been certified. Why? It's very simple. Many of the latest statistics are now showing a Maryland labor market that has not fully recovered to pre-recession levels of income.
The loyal obedient consent to County Executive Jan The First was on full display this past week as Dr. Lois Jarman was appointed to the nonpartisan Frederick County Board of Education by the Frederick County Council in a vote of 5 to 2.
DACA students should be taught that President Donald Trump is evil! Conservatives candidates for the Frederick County Board of Education are a venereal disease that must be nipped in the bud!
The growing animosity between Gov. Larry Hogan and President Donald Trump was on full display at the Niskanen Center's conference held in Washington earlier this month.
Some were greeted on social media this week with a new cause for progressive Christmas outrage. This year, it's the classic children’s cartoon "Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer" that's ruining Christmas for the political correctness crowd. The PC bruisers are attacking a Christmas classic because it (allegedly) promotes bullying.
Last Saturday an angry mob of protesters from the countryside invaded the urban centers of France to protest fuel tax increases. Those taxes have hurt the rural areas of France on a large scale.
This past March, many conservatives were flabbergasted when some Republican legislators in Annapolis went along with a so called bipartisan plan fix to Obamacare in Maryland.
The newly minted Democrat majority on the Frederick County Council will have many things to rubber stamp now that County Executive Jan Gardner won her reelection bid.
As the dust settled from Maryland's general election last Tuesday, something very concerning happened. Gov. Larry Hogan was re-elected, but Frederick's own Hogan Team and many other GOP candidates across the state were soundly defeated by Hogan supporting Democrats.
As a rule, honesty tends to always beat negativity for the element of surprise in national elections. Too bad neither party got the memo in this year’s election cycle.
Frederick County is full of plain speaking grass-roots conservative voters. They look to results-driven conservative leadership. They are definitely fiscal hawk conservatives, too.
"Do you think the U.S. military should use deadly force to protect the country’s borders?" That is the question being circulated on social media. It's a telling sign of the times we live in, primarily because isn't that what the military is for?
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.
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.
The Senate Supreme Court “Advise and Consent” hearing held to investigate accusations of sexual assault by Judge Brett Kavanaugh against Dr. Christine Baisy Ford ushered in a painful pile on of candidates seeking election or reelection from across the nation.
Gov. Larry Hogan handed Republicans in Maryland a major victory over the Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) Apple ballot dominance last Friday.
It's that time of year again, fellow citizens. The time of year when local Republican candidates, and local Republican leadership, issue gripes and complaints about the Frederick County Teachers Association’s Apple Ballot, those candidates recommended by that group in an effort to garner your vote.
Last Wednesday on WFMD's Mid Maryland Live radio program, current County Councilman Tony Chmelik announced his intent to run as a write in candidate for County Council District 2.
Many small towns in America are competing for businesses in the name of economic development. In the quest for growing local entrepreneurship, beautification efforts can be a cheap and effective way to attract new additions to local commerce. The town of Thurmont is no exception.
Well, here we go again ladies and gentlemen. The redrafted Monocacy Scenic River Management Plan has the members of the Smarter Growth Alliance for Frederick County running to the press in an attempt to once again derail a plan not resembling their wish list.
Who is Shannon Bohrer? He is the Democrat running for office who wants to increase your taxes until you become enlightened.