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Crowds Gather in Rockville for Protest, Counterprotest Over Immigration Enforcement (Bethesda Beat)
Larry O’Connor, a conservative radio host on WMAL, was drowned by chants of “USA” as he addressed a crowd of supporters in front of the Montgomery County Council Building on Friday morning.
O’Connor was appealing to a crowd of protesters who arrived at the building to protest an executive order by County Executive Marc Elrich that directed local agencies not to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Across the street, another crowd was gathered to support the order and express their solidarity with the immigrant community. [Read More]
The left has the luxury of having lost the argument on crime for the past few decades and, as a consequence, the electorate has no recollection of the living nightmare produced by Great Liberal Ideas About Crime.
Brooklyn hipsters blithely go about their business, completely unaware that their trendy neighborhoods were war zones in the 1970s, 1980s — and well into the 1990s. Walking those streets meant you were taking your life into your hands. [Read More]
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez took aim at former Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Twitter for his commentary following the latest Democratic presidential debate.
“To clarify: Rahm Emanuel once mailed the body of a dead, decomposing fish to bully a Dem he disliked,” Ocasio-Cortez wrote in the tweet. “Then, as a mayor of Chicago, he worked to hide footage of the murder of Laquan McDonald from the public. Now he’s an investment banker & on TV. And all this is seen as normal.” [Read More]
Almost two decades after leaving Fairfax County for the federal government, Jonathan Fahey hopes to return to the county’s Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, this time as the top prosecutor.
Fahey formally launched his bid to become Fairfax County’s next commonwealth’s attorney on Aug. 13 in front of the Historic Fairfax County Courthouse in the City of Fairfax, positioning his campaign as a continuation of the legacy left by the office’s previous occupant, Ray Morrogh. [Read More]
In an effort to curb teen vaping, President Trump on Wednesday said his administration is looking to ban all non-tobacco flavored e-cigarette products.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar told reporters at the White House that officials with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will create guidelines on the ban, a process that could take months. [Read More]