Up close and personal coverage of the political scene in Calvert County.
I haven’t sat down to write anything substantial regarding the current political situation in my country because I felt like I had nothing new to add, nor something different that hasn’t been said. But I realized that I do have a perspective that I haven’t seen [...]
U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar ruled on Tuesday that Maryland’s two top legislative leaders must turn over records for a lawsuit challenging the 2011 redistricting that effectively ensured Democratic control of seven out of eight U.S. House seats. Senate [...]
Governor Larry Hogan announced January 30, the State Retirement Choice Act for the 21st Century Workforce, legislation that will restructure and protect Maryland’s current underperforming employee pension system. The proposed legislation will allow the state to begin [...]
Delegate Deb Rey is urging supporters of our 2nd Amendment to show up in Annapolis Tuesday, January 31, to testify against HB159. “Tell Annapolis they can’t have your guns!,” Rey said in an email. And if they try to take them you will replace them in [...]
President Donald Trump has become the focus of the world and has even found himself on the radar of Maryland’s general assembly. Fifty-eight legislators in Annapolis, between two bills, have taken a shot at the newly elected President by tackling the issue of his [...]
State Senator George Edwards has introduced a Senate Joint Resolution (SJ1) encouraging the Congress of the United States of America to designate the fourth Saturday in July of each year as the National Day of the Cowboy and encouraging the people of the United States of [...]
Everyone is welcomed to attend my first monthly Town Hall meeting on Saturday, February 4th, 10 AM at the Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, 13820 Point Lookout Rd, Ridge, MD 20680. There you will be updated on these past few weeks in Annapolis as well as learn about my bills [...]