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Maryland governor criticizes ban of ‘thin blue line’ flag (The Baltimore Sun)
A decision by a county executive in Maryland to ban a police station from displaying a “thin blue line” flag is drawing criticism from Gov. Larry Hogan.
The wooden flag was a gift from a local resident in recognition of National First Responders Day. It was to be displayed in the 5th District Station. [Read More]
Many “Dancing with the Stars” fans are frustrated by the continued presence of Sean Spicer despite his poor dancing, and nowTrevor Noah is calling him out for turning the show into a political culture war to benefit himself. The “Daily Show” host discussed the former White House press secretary’s unlikely rise. And why does Noah care about what happens on the dance competition series? Because Noah competed on the South African version of the show back in 2008 and finished second. Watch his segment above. [Read More]
Washington Nationals catcher Kurt Suzuki donned a “Make America Great Again” hat during the team’s visit to the White House on Monday to celebrate its World Series victory.
He also got a big hug from President Trump while wearing the red “MAGA” baseball cap as he put his arms up to acknowledge the crowd. [Read More]
Our Official Statement in regards to @MontgomeryCoMD executive ordering the removal of a gifted Blue Line Flag, calling it “Divisive”. No, his actions & ignorance is divisive.@WMALDC @wbalradio @ABC7Kevin @fox5dc @WTOP @wbaltv11 @LarryOConnor @FoxNews @TomLynch_ pic.twitter.com/0XTQb3fGEm
— BrothersBeforeOthers (@bboinc14) November 4, 2019
Three months after Montgomery County Executive Marc Elrich (D) banned U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement from accessing secure portions of the county jail, the Elrich administration has quietly reversed the policy, in part.
Effective immediately, Montgomery County correctional officers have been instructed to grant ICE clearance to “identified areas” of the jail to “ensure that transfers are conducted in a safe environment,” a Montgomery County spokesman confirmed to ABC7 Friday evening. [Read More]