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Sanctuary County Ignores ICE Detainer Request, Releases Alleged Rapist Back Into The Public


An illegal alien from El Salvador was arrested in Montgomery County, a “sanctuary” for undocumented migrants, and charged with second-degree rape and second-degree assault.  ICE lodged a detainer request for the individual, but local authorities ignored the request, and allowed him to walk out of the detention center after posting bail.  Montgomery County has witnessed several high-profile rape cases involving illegal ...

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Maryland To Implement LGBTQ Content In Public Schools Curricula

The Maryland Department of Education plans to add new LGBTQ standards to curricula in the coming years. “I think these curriculum changes are part of building the more inclusive America that our kids deserve,” a state lawmaker said. Other states have enacted similar measures.  Maryland public school history teachers will add LGBTQ content to high school curricula during the next ...

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Nonprofit Group Inches Closer To Revealing Maryland AG’s Role In Promoting Climate Crusade

A Virginia-based law firm filed a court motion Thursday to compel Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh to provide a document revealing details about the Democratic lawman’s wide-ranging climate crusades. Government Accountability & Oversight’s lawsuit seeks to compel Frosh into revealing a memo supposedly showing promises Frosh made to donors regarding agendas they wanted covered. Frosh insists his application for assistants ...

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Maryland School Board Votes To Change How Students Become Valedictorian

A Maryland school board barely passed a policy Wednesday where being honored as valedictorian and salutatorian will no longer be based on grades alone. Anne Arundel County school board voted 5-4 to allow qualities like leadership and character as factors of consideration when deciding top honors, the Capital Gazette reported Thursday. Students who complete seven semesters of high school and ...

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Cyber Attacks Holding Baltimore Hostage, Threatening $10,000 A Day

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Two weeks after cyber hackers got into Baltimore’s servers and demanded 13 bitcoins — or about $104,000 — in exchange for releasing their hold, the hackers remain there, and they’ve updated their demand to $10,000 a day. Among the servers affected include government emails, city pay services and real estate transactions. Baltimore City Mayor Jack Young said the city is ...

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FBI Raids Baltimore Mayor’s Home And City Hall

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) raided Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh’s home and Baltimore City Hall Thursday. FBI and IRS agents are executing search warrants in several locations related to Mayor Catherine PughHere–her house in Northwest Baltimore. Also targeting a business address that is also used by non-profit she founded and City Hall pic.twitter.com/jr75Lve4ZG ...

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Baltimore Mayor On Leave Following Self-Published Kids’ Book Fiasco

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, who is embroiled in a fiasco involving her self-published kids’ book, announced she will take an indefinite leave of absence due to health problems Monday. “At this time, with the Mayor’s health deteriorating, she feels as though she is unable to fulfill her obligations as Mayor of Baltimore City,” Pugh’s office said in a press release ...

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Maryland Lawmakers Want To Increase Minimum Wage By Nearly 50 Percent

The Maryland General Assembly voted Wednesday to approve a state $15 minimum wage, sending the bill to GOP Gov. Larry Hogan’s desk for final approval, The Baltimore Sun reports. Hogan has opposed raising the current $10.10 minimum wage by such a large amount, a nearly 50 percent increase. The bill passed Maryland’s legislature with enough votes to overcome an executive veto, all ...

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The Boys Of Peace Cross

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A 40-foot Celtic cross sits in the center of a roundabout in Bladensburg, Maryland. On its pedestal are inscribed the names of 49 local boys killed in the First World War. That veterans memorial — known colloquially as the Peace Cross — is the subject of landmark litigation concerning religion in public life. The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday ...

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Maryland Democrat Apologizes For ‘N***** District’ Slur

A Maryland Democratic lawmaker apologized to the state’s legislative black caucus Tuesday after calling a district in Prince George’s County a “n***** district.” Del. Mary Ann Lisanti, who is white, was approached by the caucus regarding her alleged remarks Monday night, after news broke that Lisanti had said the racial slur at a cigar bar in Annapolis, Maryland, while speaking to ...

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While Cities Tear Down Their Civil War Memorials, This Town Wants To Build One

At a time when the rest of the country is seeking to destroy commemorations of the Civil War, one small community in rural Maryland is attempting to conserve them. City council members in Taneytown, Maryland, excluding a single objector, have chosen to support the construction of a new Civil War memorial in hopes it will increase tourism revenue for their ...

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Annapolis Shooter Identified, Called Gazette His ‘Sworn Blood Enemies’

  by Henry Rodgers The suspect responsible for killing five and injuring several others in an Annapolis, Maryland newsroom has been identified as Jarrod Warren Ramos. Ramos, the shooter allegedly responsible for entering the Capital-Gazette newsroom with a shotgun, shooting through a glass door at the newspaper’s headquarters and opening fire on employees. Five were confirmed killed and several more were ...

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Oops! Libs Foiled Again When A Gun PREVENTS A Killing Spree

The latest school shooting, this time in Maryland, was brought up and the only thing that can assure the end to such an event: a good guy with a gun, and the courage to use it. Notice I didn’t say that the gun stopped the killing, unlike liberals who always blame the gun, and not the shooter, for any shooting, ...

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One Dead, Two injured in Shooting at Maryland High School

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GREAT MILLS, MD – Authorities responded to a shooting at a high school in St. Mary’s County, Maryland. An official with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office said the situation at Great Mills High School is contained and officers are on-scene. The gunman, 17-year-old Austin Wyatt Rollins, shot two people, critically injuring one, then got into a gunfight with a ...

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Baltimore, Which Apparently Solved All Its Criminal Justice Problems, Will Spend $200,000 To Defend Illegal Immigrants In Court

  by Will Racke Baltimore will begin to use public funds for legal defense of illegal immigrants facing deportation, Democratic Mayor Catherine Pugh announced Wednesday. A city spending panel approved $200,000 to pay for attorneys to represent illegal immigrants living in Baltimore who federal immigration authorities have detained, The Baltimore Sun reported. Half the money will come through a Vera Institute of ...

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