VIDEO: Trey Gowdy's Dream
Rep. Gowdy (R-SC) took a brief moment away from talking about the serious problems facing our country to tell the Maryland GOP about a “horrible dream” he had the night before.
best picks for the state, for the Primary, June 24th, R + D. Braveboy, Gansler, Campbell.
Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., is a proud supporter of the National Security Agency. And she doesn’t think much of exiled whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
She thinks so little of him, she’s apparently not aware of his name.
Mikulski assigned the former spy a new identity during an open-to-the-public Senate intelligence committee hearing Thursday focused on surveillance reform legislation.
Dr. Ben Carson appeared on CNN tonight on 6/3/2014. He spoke about Obamacare and the VA scandal. Every time he started saying something that would be considered non establishment he was quickly interrupted.
There is a state-wide petition in progress for a referendum, go to www.MDPETITIONS.com, about keeping bathrooms to their respective genders, no kidding. Only those in MD can sign, those out of state can collect. This is time-sensitive, there must be enough valid signatures collected by the first deadline and then there is a second one, then it is sent to the voters. Ladies should use the ladies room, men should use the men's room. Yes, this is Maryland, the same state where same-sex marriage came up, even though it has the oldest Catholic Parish in the US.
Nature strikes back at the Empire
Have they figured it out yet that GMO foods are causing the massive imbalance in nature?
REUTERS: Washington mayor signs marijuana decriminalization bill
WASHINGTON Mon Mar 31, 2014 5:39pm EDT
(Reuters) - District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray on Monday signed a bill that decriminalizes possession of up to an ounce (28 grams) of marijuana in the U.S. capital.
The law makes possession a civil violation with a penalty of $25, lower than most city parking tickets. Possession had been a misdemeanor carrying up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.
Maryland to reportedly abandon $125M ObamaCare exchange for new system
Published March 29, 2014FoxNews.com
With just days to go before open enrollment ends on March 31, Maryland officials are reportedly planning to abandon its glitch-ridden ObamaCare website and replace the health exchange with technology from Connecticut’s marketplace.
If these Parties have/ regain Party recognition, there is still time for a person to become a candidate and put their hat in the ring. Anyone interested should be in touch with the Parties immediately to get instructions. Don't let someone go unchallenged who shouldn't go unchallenged.
"CPAC" March 8th - "LIVE" On C - Span (UPDATE)
12:45 p.m. – Newt Gingrich, former House Speaker
1:12 p.m. – Jim DeMint, president of the Heritage Foundation
** 5:23 p.m. – Straw poll
5:45 pm. – Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-AK)
(Video) Baltimore City Police Officer, Alec Taylor Charged With Beating And Choking Girlfriend’s 7-Month-Old Puppy To DeathSubmitted by emalvini on Fri, 03/07/2014 - 10:20
(Video) Baltimore City Police Officer, Alec Taylor Charged With Beating And Choking Girlfriend’s 7-Month-Old Puppy To Death
March 5, 2014 11:22 PM
Showdown: Maryland to Target 110,000 Citizens With Gun Confiscation
New law would link gun registry with criminal database
Paul Joseph Watson
March 5, 2014
Authorities in Maryland are set to target 110,000 citizens with gun confiscation under a new law that would link the state’s gun registry with its criminal database, with new troopers set to be hired to enforce door to door visits of illegal gun owners.
If, for some reason, no one came forward to file, there is still time to go through the Central Committees, R or D, for the nomination. This must be done immediately. The Central Committees have the ability to nominate someone when no one has come forward for the nomination. A Party change can be done the same day as the filing, which is Monday before the Election Office closes. Stop complaining and don't let someone go unchallenged that shouldn't go unchallenged. Contact the local Central Committee if there are any questions.
The police chief of Annapolis, Md., warned state senators mulling marijuana legalization Tuesday that dozens died after getting high in Colorado Jan. 1, when the nation's first recreational pot stores opened.
“The first day of legalization, that's when Colorado experienced 37 deaths that day from overdose on marijuana," Chief Michael Pristoop testified during a Maryland Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee hearing, the Capital Gazette reports. "I remember the first day it was decriminalized there were 37 deaths."