More pain at the gas pump will be coming for Marylanders
Looks like our tax and spend Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley had his way again, as the General Assembly in Annapolis goes along with every tax and spend liberal Idea that O’Malley presents.
You’re not saving on taxes; your house is just worth less
The Allegany County Commissioners (McKay, Brodie and Valentine) are proud as peacocks because, for the third year in a row, they are going to lower your county real estate tax rate by one-tenth of a cent per $100 value of your house.
Where is the ridicule, now that we need it?
Some of those who build and sell houses no longer refer to the “master bedroom.” It is now the “owner’s bedroom.”
Guide to the universe has much to offer
Early this year, I purchased the new Smithsonian atlas, “Universe — the Definite Visual Guide” published by Dorling-Kindersley.
Let’s take a look at what may be causing problem
Before we discuss gun control, let’s look at the causes of death that we inflict upon ourselves.
Partnership needed to deal with fiscal problems
In response to the “Open Letter to the Citizens of Garrett County” from the Garrett County Board of Education (“Garrett board of education warns of bleak times ahead,” May 8 Times-News, Page 1A):
It’s time to take a pragmatic look at education funding
It’s budget time and once again the Allegany County Board of Education is seeking additional funding.
Get rid of it
For the first time ever, Maryland law enforcement agencies will conduct a statewide gun turn-in program on Saturday.
Invest in rural America, but what are the details?
We should all thank Rep. David McKinley for his plan to help the people of this area (“Congress must initiate Main Street recovery,” May 1 Times-News).
They may be billions of dollars in debt, but they’re still alive
“It’s alive.” said Joe Biden, “thanks to this guy right here.” GM disclosed an $11 billion investment for its joint ventures in China last month in Shanghai. That was an increase from a 2011 outline to spend $7 billion through 2015.
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