Baltimore, Maryland Kimberly Klacik (born January 19, 1982) is an American businesswoman and politician. She is the Republican nominee for Maryland’s 7th congressional district in […]
Eugene DePasquale discussed his black agenda on The Voice 17104.
When questioned about financial reparations for African American descendants of slavery, DePasquale said he supports a politically feasible approach that will improve education, and economic opportunities in lieu of direct cash payments.
The Veterans, African American, and low-income communities across all spectrums are disproportionately effected from the current federal laws on the books governing marijuana possession and use.
In D.C., President Donald J. Trump has done more for marijuana reform than anyone ever expected.
Trump blasted Phila. DA Larry Krasner for releasing violent criminals, and asked the crowd in Pennsylvania, “What the Hell! How did you let that happen?”
He also criticized Gov. Tom Wolf’s record on charter schools and blocking students school choice, again asking Pennsylvania voters, “What’s that all about? How did that happen?”
Danielle Stella made international headlines last week for her criticism of U.S. Congresswoman Ilhan Omar of Minnesota.
This week she will make a speaking appearance at the “America First XMas Bash,” in Hershey Pennsylvania, sponsored by Bobby Jeffries for Congress, and ‘Rally for Roger.’
Bobby Jeffries is hosting the upcoming Christmas event along with Rally for Roger, an advocacy group for Roger Stone.
This week Jeffries spoke out against the threat from Antifa, and has denounced the campaign of Eugene DePasquale for organizing with the violent protesters in Hershey.
President Trump will hold a campaign rally in Hershey on December 10th, in Pennsylvania’s 10th District held by Congressman Scott Perry.
Perry has refused to advocate for a full presidential pardon of Trump’s friend Roger Stone, his adviser of nearly forty years. Perry remained silent as a D.C. activist judge appointed by Barack Obama railroaded Stone and forced upon him an all Democrat jury.
Our recent success in eliminating the leader of ISIS, under the direction of President Donald J. Trump, would not have been possible if Scott Perry and his Democrat allies were able to stop President Trump from withdrawing from Syria and smoking out Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.