More money in your pocket due to Republican leadership!
"Marriott International Inc. plans to put some of the cash it is saving on corporate taxes into employee retirement accounts, the company said Thursday. In all, Marriott will invest an additional $140 million in retirement savings and other programs for employees in 2018, according to CFO Leeny Oberg."
"Candidates who have trouble finding somebody willing to join their ticket and who can’t raise enough money to compete in a general election are not strong candidates. That this is the cream of their crop shows once again that the Maryland Democratic Party is weak and dying."
Brian Frosh has officially filed for re-election and said he's proud of the work he's done.
We're confused as to what he's proud of exactly. 🤨
Today, Brian Frosh filed paperwork to run for re-election as Attorney General in Maryland.
In his post on FB, he said:
"I am very proud of the work that has b...een done in the Office of the Attorney General over the past three years."
So is he proud of the fact that the opioid crisis is raging out of control?
Is he proud that the murder rate in Baltimore is at its highest level in the history of the city?
Is he proud that Maryland is ranked fourth among the top states per capita in trafficking cases?
Maryland needs an Attorney General who will work every day to partner with law enforcement in the state to reduce crime, not one who spends all his time and Maryland taxpayer dollars on partisan political crusades.
Join me in Creating a SAFER Maryland TOGETHER!
Do you think Russians should be openly invited into Maryland polling places on election day? Democratic Senators Kagan and Rosapepe seem think so.
They have introduced Senate Bill 190, which would allow foreign nationals to go to polls unsupervised and move from poll-to-poll as they please.
SIGN THE PETITION TO OPPOSE SB 190!
#TBT to last year when Delegate Pena-Melnyk decided to start a civil war within the Maryland Democratic Party over Senator Zirkin's opposition to Maryland becoming a sanctuary state.
While Democrats fight among themselves, we'll continue fighting to increase your take home pay and put more money in your pocket!
"This perversion of democracy is indicative of a deeply corrupt Democratic Party that undermines popular participation in our elections.
This is the same Democratic Party that created some of the most gerrymandered congressional districts in the nation based upon the presumption that having more Democrats elected to Congress is more important than providing Marylanders with free and fair elections."
The 2nd episode of Mundane (but Meaningful). Watch as Lt. Governor Rutherford explains procurement reform!
Welcome back to Mundane (But Meaningful). On today's episode, we'll dive into one of my favorite topics: procurement!
It seems even Democrats are beginning to admit that their party has become too liberal:
"It seems those concerns have now filtered to the Senate, and Kasemeyer acknowledged the difficulty of being a moderate Democrat in an increasingly liberal chamber.
“In my time here there has been a decline in the number of people who can call themselves moderates, people who aren’t predisposed a certain way,” said Kasemeyer. “I don’t think that’s probably a good thing. I think some people, before they get here, certain groups support them and they become obligated and committed. It is unfortunate we don’t have more people who don’t weigh each issue on its own and have no preconceived idea.”"
Governor Hogan stopped by the highly discussed high school, this just five days after County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the county is making room in next year’s fiscal budget for a new school.
“I don’t if this is a coincidence or not or whether he saw the light or felt the heat, but the same day we announced we were coming is the day he changed his mind on this thing so maybe we should’ve come sooner,” Governor Hogan said.
"Baltimore-based developer St. John Properties Inc. will give each of its 180 employees a one-time cash bonus of $1,500 in response to the Republican tax overhaul passed in December.
The company said Monday it made the decision after reviewing expected advantages of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, which slashes the corporate tax rate and reduces taxes for individuals until 2026.
“We are optimistic about the long-term benefits of this legislation and its positive economic impact on our company and employees,” Lawrence Maykrantz, president of St. John Properties, said in an announcement."
And Rushern Baker wants to be the "education expert" 🤨
The Maryland Democratic Party has been telling you the sky is falling and that the the GOP Tax plan is a scam. They are lying.
Here's the truth: BG&E just lowered your electricity rates because of Republican leadership. Last year, Maryland Democrats overrode the Governor's veto on the Sunshine Tax Bill, which raised your rates.
Which one sounds like the scam to you?
Even the Baltimore Sun is criticizing the blatant gerrymandering by Democrats in Maryland...
The Baltimore Sun Editorial Board: What does the Pa. redistricting case mean for Maryland? More hypocrisy.
"But there is most assuredly a chance to observe once... again the flagrant hypocrisy of Maryland Democrats who have objected repeatedly to Gov. Larry Hogan’s efforts to enact a non-partisan process for redrawing congressional and legislative district maps after each census."
"General Motors made $12.8 billion in pretax profits in 2017, and the company's union-represented workers will get profit-sharing checks of $11,750.
The figure equaled what the Detroit automaker earned in 2016 and came as the automaker changed its global footprint by completing the sale of its European division and announced plans to leave south and east Africa and India."
"But there is most assuredly a chance to observe once again the flagrant hypocrisy of Maryland Democrats who have objected repeatedly to Gov. Larry Hogan’s efforts to enact a non-partisan process for redrawing congressional and legislative district maps after each census.
The culprit this time is Tom Perez, the chairman of the Democratic National Committee and a Marylander who previously served as a member of the Montgomery County Council and of former Gov. Martin O’Malley’s cabinet."
Once again, Mike Miller and his establishment team don't want you to see what they're doing in Annapolis.