Monthly Archives: April 2017

Daily Caller – Baltimore State’s Attorney Tells Prosecutors To Ease Off Illegal Immigrants

The Baltimore State’s Attorney’s Office wants prosecutors to reconsider charging illegal immigrants with non-violent crimes if they believe doing so will trigger “collateral consequences” that lead to deportation. Chief Deputy State’s Attorney Michael Schatzow told his staff that tough immigration enforcement … Continue reading

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From WCBM – Montgomery County’s Number of Registered Voters Exceeds Its Voting-Age Population – 103%

Montgomery County’s Number of Registered Voters Exceeds Its Voting-Age Population April 25, 2017 Judicial Watch, a non-partisan foundation promoting integrity and transparency in government, is threatening to sue Maryland in federal court over what it calls Montgomery County’s “dirty election … Continue reading

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Former Md. governor Martin O’Malley deposed in redistricting lawsuit – Gerrymandering Case – Troubled Times For The Former Governor And Mike’s

By Josh Hicks April 26 at 6:52 PM Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley (D) was deposed Wednesday by attorneys in a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the state’s 2011 redistricting process, which O’Malley oversaw. The lawyers deposed Senate President Thomas … Continue reading

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Washington Times – Illegals thwart immigration laws with help from lawyers, judges, educators

By Stephen Dinan – The Washington Times – Monday, April 24, 2017 A massive anti-deportation infrastructure has emerged to try to protect illegal immigrants from President Trump’s crackdown, with advocacy groups coaching potential deportees on how to massage encounters with … Continue reading

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C4LMD – Baltimore County Council members fight Kamenetz “sanctuary” order

I have big news to report this week. Several Baltimore County Council members announced Tuesday plans to fight Executive Kevin Kamenetz’s “sanctuary county” executive order with counter measures of their own. Council Members Todd Crandell (R-Dundalk), David Marks (R-Perry Hall), … Continue reading

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