Is Censorship Okay?

HB 1654 prohibits Internet Service Providers (ISP’s), such as Verizon, AT&T and Comcast, from throttling some content. Facebook & Google have admittedly and wrongfully censored user content based on political leaning. Yet, House Democrats rejected an amendment that would prohibit Facebook and Google from engaging in censorship. It is clear that Progressive Democrats in Maryland...

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Campaign Kickoff Backyard Bash!

Please join me for my campaign kickoff Backyard Bash! It will be an evening of great food, drinks, friends & fun for all ages! Click here or on the image above to get your tickets! I look forward to seeing you on May 5th! Cheers!

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Annapolis Steals Your Tax Cut

In December, the United States Congress passed the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017. The intent of the bill is to let people keep more of their own money, but Annapolis needs to act. The Governor of Maryland introduced Protecting Maryland Taxpayers Act of 2018, so as to return the tax cut to the...

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College Monopolies

Community Colleges are Maryland’s most affordable pathway to higher education. A four-year degree at Community Colleges, if permitted, would cost $20,000. SB 1021 seeks to prohibit Community Colleges from expanding to four-year programs. A four-year degree at College Park costs $100,000. The University of Maryland System benefits from eliminating competition. Monopolies always result in higher...

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License to Work?

Should every occupation be licensed? HB 937 requires companies that move household goods to register and be licensed in Maryland. Failure to be licensed will result in a fine of up to $1,000. Moreover, it requires them to pay an annual fee for the license to move household goods. In 1950, one in 20 jobs...

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