Frosh Sues Feds For Lowering Taxes

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...

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Groundhog Day In Annapolis

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....

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NFL Denies Veterans Ad

The NFL rejected American Veterans (AMVETS) Super Bowl print ad. The advertisement (shown above) depicts the simple message: #PleaseStand. An NFL spokesman said the league rejects advertising that is considered to be a “political statement.” Ironically, the NFL and ESPN have spent the last few years focusing on politics rather than sports. The NFL has...

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Politics Over Public Safety

One of the first actions of the 2018 Maryland General Assembly was to overturn Governor Hogan’s veto of HB 694. The bill prohibits colleges from asking applicants if they have a criminal history. As a result of this legislation, your child’s roommate could be a dangerous felon. Moreover, HB 694 prohibits the college from any...

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Why Not 60 Days?

Each year, Maryland has a 90-day Legislative Session. Thousands of bills are proposed each year that seek to limit your freedoms and stifle prosperity. And so the question arises: How does Virginia, a much larger state, survive with only a 60-day Session during even years – and a 46-day Session during odd years? The answer...

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