By Sharon Bauer
Montgomery County, like most of America, is lucky to have a vast network of Republican Women’s organizations. Many have said that the women’s groups have been the backbone of the party here for many years. And next year is the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment recognizing the right to vote for all, regardless of gender.
By Hessie Harris
The reasons offered by Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich for banning the public display of the thin blue line flag are baseless. He stated that he was responding to the fact that the flag had been adopted by Blue Lives Matter, which was established in response to Black Lives Matter. Given that Black Lives Matter did not invent the English language, there is no patent at issue here.
Asked What Should We be Doing Now? My answer: Get the President Re-elected!
by Ann Corcoran
Please give me specifics, she said
I've been noticing an increase in the number of readers who want more information on how they can actually fight back against a tide of, for lack of a better description, progressive political activity including election victories by the Open Borders Left intent on changing America by changing the people.
First and foremost, remember they have been working away at their progressive agenda for years, for decades! Community organizing is in their DNA!
Central Committee Vacancies
The Montgomery County Republican Central Committee (MCGOP) is currently recruiting qualified applicants to fill Committee vacancies: one vacancy for Legislative District 19 (Colesville, Leisure World, and parts of Olney), one vacancy for Legislative District 17 (Rockville), and two vacancies for Legislative District 20 (Silver Spring).
Eligible individuals must be registered Republican voters who reside in the aforementioned Legislative Districts (LD) in Montgomery County Maryland. You may check confirm your LD by Clicking Here .
If interested in applying, please submit your letter of interest and political/professional resume to the MCGOP’s Secretary Lori Jaffe NO LATER than February 29, 2020. In-person interviews will be scheduled after applications have been received.
Montgomery County Republican Central Committee
For Immediate Release
Date: November 5, 2019
STATEMENT BY MONTGOMERY COUNTY REPUBLICAN PARTY
CHAIRMAN, ALEXANDER A. BUSH
BLUE LIVES/ALL LIVES MATTER
Rockville, MD -- The decision last week by Montgomery County Executive Marc Ehrlich to forbid the display of a donated, homemade, wooden replica of the 'thin blue line' flag to a Germantown police station is patently ridiculous. This artwork was created and donated by a father and son in honor of First Responders Day. I cannot think of a more appropriate or welcome gift to those in our community who keep us safe. Montgomery County Republicans join Governor Hogan in his understandable outrage at the complete over-reaction on the part of County Executive Ehrlich, who does nothing but complain of the relationship between police and the community. We believe that the donation represents the exact opposite of what he alleges to be the problem. The vast majority of the residents in our county, regardless of party, recognize the incredible skill, dedication and sacrifice of our police, firefighters and first-responders. We believe that Blue Lives Matter and All Lives Matter.
By Deborah Lambert
On Sunday afternoon, November 3rd, nearly 60 Trump supporters gathered at the Montgomery County GOP headquarters to show their support for our president and enjoy each others’ company on a very special day – which was exactly 365 days before the 2020 re-election of President Trump.
Josephine Wang, our nominee as the Montgomery County Trump Victory Team Chair, organized the event and provided a lineup of GOP notables to kick off the year-long campaign to re-elect our president to another four-year term.
By Carol Park
Recently, James Hohman and I argued that Maryland should stop using special tax incentives to encourage specific businesses to enter or expand in Maryland, and instead adopt broad business tax reform that would help all Maryland businesses. A new audit report of the Maryland Department of Commerce reinforces our argument.
By Sharon Begosh
About 15 years ago, I started noticing a change in the world around me. It started out very subtly: a movie with an obvious liberal slant – the media, schools, government and even churches pushing social justice themes whenever they could slip them in without ruffling too many feathers. But this insidious march toward an unremitting takeover of our social fabric and American culture was never obstructed or even mildly opposed.
As with most things in life, the reasons for the success of this situation were multi-faceted. Conservatives by nature are respectful of individuality and others’ opinions. We are the true advocates of “coexist.” Therefore, even after this gradual takeover had taken root, we didn’t feel it was our place to marginalize their personal expression. Also, since the newly emerging culture started interpreting anything that could even be marginally critical of minorities as racist, it slowly became the law of the land. This put an almost total halt to any resistance to the takeover of our culture.
Now fast forward to the present.
By Patricia Fenati
I am standing outside the arena where the National Dog and Pony Show is taking place behind closed doors. There are no reporters allowed in the arena, nor is the public invited. Only judges and specific animals are invited, without any handlers. We hear from different judges as they leave each event, who in turn relate different outcomes of the event.
Does this sound familiar? Unfortunately, in the sacred Halls of Congress these days, the mock impeachment hearing is this type of a dog and pony show.
Friday, September 13th was an Unlucky Day for Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich and the County Council
By Brad Botwin, Director, HelpSaveMaryland.org
For MC Executive Marc Elrich and the nine current members of the Montgomery County Council, Friday, September 13th was truly an unlucky day. Why? Because more than 250+ concerned citizens and legal immigrants converged on the County Council Building in downtown Rockville to let our elected officials know that public safety and enforcing the law are priorities, and that the security of our children, families and neighbors are priorities.