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In Baltimore, the ‘War On Poverty’ clearly isn’t working

PASADENA, Calif., April 6, 2015 − The city of Baltimore is starting to move on from the ugly race riots that recently terrorized its residents and grabbed the attention of the entire country. The protesters have gone home, the fires have been put out and the police officers who were involved in the death of ...

Gun rights activists take on Maryland

Earlier this month the attorney generals from eight states and the District of Columbia filed an amicus brief in the ongoing case of Stephen V. Kolbe v. Martin O’Malley.

U.S. Army practices with Beretta pistols on firing range.

Change: Beretta moves manufacturing from Maryland to Tennessee

ACCOKEEK, Md., July 23, 2014 – Earlier this year, Beretta U.S.A announced that it was relocating some of its gun manufacturing activities from anti-gun Maryland to a new facility in Tennessee, a state where the company is being enthusiastically welcomed with open arms. Today, the other shoe dropped, as the American division of this internationally ...

People’s Republic of Maryland to quash online education competition

WASHINGTON, April 18, 2014 – This report just in from “The American Interest:” Maryland has decided to stand athwart the [I]nternet, yelling ‘Stop!’ The Maryland Higher Education Commission recently sent letters to numerous institutions across the country that offer online courses, demanding that they pay registration fees for the Maryland residents enrolled in them. However, there ...