Maryland Progressives are at it again. Delegate Dan Morhaim introduced HB 326 with its counterpart SB 288. The bills establish government-sponsored heroin rooms across the state. Effectively, the bills legalize heroin use throughout Maryland. The legislation sanctions the injection of opioids such as heroin in “safe zones”, while also providing needles to addicts. Incredibly, the...
Laura Wallen (above) was murdered by her boyfriend. She was fourteen weeks pregnant. Tyler Tessier was charged with her murder, but not that of her unborn son, Reid. Laura and Reid’s Law seeks to expand charges of manslaughter to include unborn babies. Interestingly enough, the second leading cause of death in pregnant women is homicide....Read More
From CBS Baltimore, “Should children under 14 be allowed to play tackle football? It’s a question posed in the general assembly with potentially far-reaching implications for youth sports.” Delegate Hill intends to pass a bill that would remove tackling from youth football. That same bill would also eliminate heading in soccer along with checking in both lacrosse and hockey...Read More
Attorney General Brian Frosh is suing the Federal Government over the Tax Reform Bill. While the Federal Tax Reform Bill will save Marylanders $2.8 billion in 2018, Annapolis has other ideas. Frosh is challenging the “constitutionality” of the Tax Reform Bill. Apparently, keeping more of your own money is unconstitutional according to Maryland Democrats. Brian...Read More
Why is Maryland’s economy improving, yet budget deficits loom year after year? The answer is simple – 84% of Maryland’s budget is spent prior to elected officials showing-up for work! This is called mandated spending. It’s why budget deficits continue year after year, no matter how strong the economy. Clearly, Annapolis has a spending problem....Read More