How to Say “Thank You”

According to the National World War II Museum, “Nearly 160,000 Allied troops landed on D-Day, major forces from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and 12 other Allied nations. Some 23,400 airborne troops jumped into Normandy from 822 aircraft and gliders. Over 34,000 Americans came ashore at Omaha alone on June 6.” “The Allies suffered over 10,300 total casualties (killed, wounded, or missing), of which approximately 2,400 were on Omaha Beach.”

Today, many Americans don't know about D-Day, what it was and why it was needed. The sad truth is that many in our younger generations were never taught about the many wars in which Americans fought and died for their country. They have no idea why these wars were fought or what the military men and women - and their families - endured to fight in these wars.

But there are enough of us who do know. And we can make a difference. Here are some of the things that you can do to say “thank you” to those who sacrificed for our country.


  • June 10 Rural Women Picnic
  • June 11 Republican Breakfast Club
  • June 11 P.G. Dinner - Darrell Issa
  • June 12 Shavuot
  • June 13 Larry Hogan
  • June 14 Flag Day
  • June 14 Neil Parrott
  • June 15 Trump Birthday at MCGOP
  • June 16 Father's Day
  • June 19 Juneteenth
  • June 19 Red White Blue Dinner
  • June 20 Mid MoCo Muster
  • June 20 Wheaton LD @Ledo's
  • June 21 Back the Blue Silver Spring
  • June 22 Republican Roundtable
  • June 22 UM Republican Women
  • June 27 Presidential Debate


Breakfast With Friends!

The Republican Breakfast Club

Our Post-Election Special

8 AM, Attman's Deli, Park Potomac

Start the day "right" with bagels, lox, eggs and a schmear of  politics!

  • All the races
  • All the winners
  • How'd we get here?
  • How do we win in November?

Ambassador Bonnie Glick on Governor Larry Hogan for the United States Senate

MCGOP Chairman Dennis Melby on Winning in November

Due to limited space, RSVP  to Lori Jaffe at [email protected]


Saturday June 15 Noon

Former President Donald Trump's birthday is Flag Day. Come the next day and celebrate with us at MCGOP Headquarters on Saturday June 15 at noon. We'll have a cake and coffee, you can sign his birthday card to wish him well, hear speeches, meet our Delegates to the GOP Convention in Milwaukee, take pictures with "Trump," pick up campaign signs and memorabilia and more. Buy tickets HERE.


At MCGOP, 15833 Crabbs Branch Way, Rockville 20855  301-417-9256  We appreciate your support of this fundraising event and hope to see you at the party!

Donations accepted for great TRUMP signs, flags, stickers and gear.

If you can't attend, buy a ticket and write your wishes in the "comments" section. We'll put it on the cards we send to Mar-a-Largo.

Flag Day

The Polluter Elite


By Lori Jaffe

Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich says that he believes in climate change and thinks we all ought to change the way we live. In his video, “Welcome to my Eco-friendly Home,” he extolls the virtues of his Niro electric vehicle. But Elrich doesn’t let climate change stand in his way. With him, it’s “Do as I say, not as I do.” You can help the Committee for Better Government limit him to two terms, but you must act soon. Ten thousand valid signatures must be gathered by August 2024. (See below).

At the 2022 County Executive Candidate Forum, when asked about the feasibility of building gas pumps at White Flint, Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich said, (0:14) “Gas pumps are pretty much going to be obsolete in not too long.” (0:29) “For those of us who live in the real world and believe in climate change…” He sounded like he really believed what he was saying.


Legislative District 18 - Monthly Meeting

Legislative District 18 meets every Third Thursday of the month.

The next meeting is Thursday June 20 at 7:00 PM 

Come join us at:

Ledo Pizza - 2638 University Blvd. West, Wheaton,  20902

Contact Joan Pleiman at [email protected] or phone 301-933-5731


June 20, 2024 at 6:00pm - 9pm

If this were an ordinary year we might forego our Musters over the summer. But we all know that this is no ordinary year and no ordinary election.  There is much to do and not much time to do it. We will discuss and plan for the next few months.

As usual, we hope you can arrive in the 6 O’clock hour and order some food and/or drink. We will begin the formal presentations at 7pm.  Please join us on third Thursday evening, June 20th, from 6-9pm, in the private side room at:

La Mexicana, 16143 Shady Grove Rd, Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Greg Decker, MCGOP


Free Hand Cannabis Flower photo and picture

By Peter Huessy

This video presentation is frightening but needs to be viewed by every Marylander. The guest speakers are top experts on the drug menace to this country including marijuana. And the role of China. As you know 109,000 Americans die from drug overdoses each year, and it’s connected to the massive illegal immigration on our southern border, including 40,000 young men of military age from China. The Chinese organized crime gang are Triads and they are selling vast amounts of drugs in the USA.

Marijuana farms run by Chinese organized crime is adding chemicals to the weed to produce psychosis in children. Also, fentanyl is being used to lace other drugs to increase potency and also to destroy communities. This video explains how China is using the open southern border to accomplish its objective which is to bring down the US and in part do it through going after our children with these drugs, especially marijuana.

The Huessy Report

Just the top Political News from the Desk of Peter Huessy

California Dreaming What the Golden State Messed Up

Mass Exodus – Blue States Lose 5 Million People in Largest U.S. Migration Wave ©Editorial credit: Perry McLeod / Shutterstock.

Economist Stephen Moore recently revealed in an interview shocking numbers surrounding “Blue State Dysphoria,” describing it as the most substantial mass migration in US history. The phenomenon is triggered by policies aiming to tax the rich, leading to a significant departure from states like California, New York, and Illinois. Victor Davis Hanson explains that those who have left California often contact him and say how free they feel having left.

Montgomery County Republican Party