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Was There Something In The Water?

By Dennis Melby

Why do Montgomery County Republicans fill the ranks of the Young Republican leadership on a County, State and Federal level?


Pandemic Lessons Learned

By J. Alexandra Tuttle

During this pandemic, our nation has had nearly three months to reflect on many policies inherited from previous administrations. We have been forced to adhere to draconian ‘stay at home’ orders after our Constitution and Bill of Rights were cast aside. 


I Am Not A Feminist

By Jackie Sackstein

I am NOT a feminist. That does not mean that I think women should be paid less than men or always be in the kitchen, barefoot and pregnant.


The Supreme Court Must End Congress's Attack on the Presidency

By Hessie Harris

According to The Washington Post (May 13, 2020), Congress’ alleged reason for seeking President Trump’s tax returns is that they have a responsibility to investigate potential wrongdoing and propose legislation to prevent it.


Local Republicans In The News

Local Republicans are very active. Check out these folks recently in the news.


Communication Is The Key

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Leadership in Trying Times

By Bill Richbourg

Should I keep back my opinions at such a time through fear of giving offense, I should consider myself as guilty of treason toward my country…. Patrick Henry


Maryland’s $20 Billion Pension Shortfall & Peter Franchot

By Mark Uncapher

As badly as your 401(k) may be doing because of this year’s COVID stock market swoon, your personal retirement account is not short as many dollars as Maryland’s state pension system.


Joe Biden, Brett Kavanaugh, and Double Standards

By Dennis Melby

The left-wing media had a field day with the nomination of Montgomery County resident Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court in 2018. The Kavanaugh family has been a bedrock of Montgomery County for years. Many of us remember voting for his mother for District Court Judge, and his wife Ashley has been the town manager for their section of Chevy Chase since 2016. However, since Justice Kavanaugh was nominated by a Republican president, the left decided that whatever the cost, he had to be dismissed from consideration, much less confirmation.


Notes from the Bunker

By Bill Richbourg

I’m taking the opportunity to report to you some of the “post session” thoughts and notes from one of my favorite legislators, Delegate Trent Kittleman – District 9A.

Delegate Kittleman offers her suggestions as to which bills recently passed by the legislature, should be vetoed by the governor.  She presents brief but cogent justifications for her suggestions that I believe are ideas that we should consider and, if you agree, add our voices to the call for the governor to exercise his veto authority.

Here is what we can do:


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