Love him or loathe him, Colin Kaepernick is arguably the most polarizing player in the National Football League - and potentially all of professional sports. At the time of publication, the headline-making quarterback is still a free agent. Let's rewind...
It is no secret that the small business is growing increasingly closer to becoming an endangered species. As if having to compete with larger, more prominent corporations wasn't enough to discourage small business owners, state governments seem to act...
“Farms are our future” License plates can be seen in the hundreds. However, farms are not only our future, but also our past and present. The Maryland Department of Agriculture reported 1/3 of the physical land in Maryland is...
Virginia election officials removed over 5,500 voters for non-citizenship since 2011 per a report from the Public Interest Legal Foundation.  One third of those removed cast ballots in that time for a total of nearly 7,500 illegal ballots from a...
Just a few weeks ago the Calvert Memorial Hospital cafeteria reopened sporting a new modernized look. The hospital staff, patients, and members of the community were pleased to see the updates to the cafeteria. During the week following the...
The fight against prescription drug abuse and heroin addiction is an uphill one. The State’s and the nation's problem is only worsening with the increased accessibility to these life altering drugs. Countless lives have been wasted, families torn apart,...
When discussing futuristic technology people are no longer surprised by what inventors come up with. The thought of hover boards and flying cars really aren’t that farfetched. Drones have almost become commonplace in our everyday lives and will continue...
Just over 50 years ago, students at the University of California, Berkeley protested for student's rights - free speech in particular - on campuses. It's tragically ironic that the same campus that once championed these campus rights now shuts...
The Democrat majority in the Maryland General Assembly often mirrors national progressive movements. The push to increase the state’s minimum wage - or the fight for fifteen - is one such movement. However, a recent economic impact study and increasing technological...
As defined by the Maryland Department of Agriculture, the Phosphorus Management Tool, commonly known as the PMT, “analyzes areas where excess phosphorus is present in the soil and identifies where a high potential for phosphorus loss exists.” Governor Martin...

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