Below is an article worth reading, written by former Ambassador, the Honorable Ellen Sauerbrey, and published in the Washington Times. It was inspired by the 50th anniversary of former Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan's famous report on the breakdown of the black family in urban ghettos, and the parallel in Baltimore City with the deterioration of families and the soaring crime rate.
The truth in this article, while not politically correct, is very hard to dispute. We need to focus on the truth and stop believing that throwing more money at the same problem will result in a different outcome. The article is worth reasing and considering.
Also below is news from the State Highway Administration concerning the upcoming closing of the Kays Mill intersection at Rt. 140 in Finksburg. Plus, due to recent reports by county residents, the Carroll County Sheriff's Office is warning all residents about variations of popular scams being perpetrated in Carroll County.
Susan Krebs is a full-time Delegate who fights every day for her Carroll County constituents.
She is a champion of fiscal responsibility and a strong Conservative voice against the liberal-progressive wave of freedom-killing legislation and the out-of-control taxation that has engulfed Maryland over the last 8 years.
A Proven Leader
In Annapolis, Susan is in the forefront of speaking out and voting against the erosion of 2nd Amendment rights, increased taxes including the "Rain Tax" and the "Gas Tax", driver’s licenses for illegal aliens, same-sex marriage, and the implementation of state health-care exchanges better known as “Obamacare.”
At the same time, Susan manages to be an effective legislator for education, small businesses, transportation and sensible health care.
June 5, 2015
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|April 22, 2015||End of Session 2015 Update-Part 4: Carroll County Education|
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April 16, 2015
|End of Session 2015 Update-Part 1: "State Budget, Taxes and Education"|
|April 8, 2015||MD 140 Travel Advisory/Scholarship Information|
|April 6, 2015||Session Update: "The Home Stretch"|
|March 31, 2015||Session Update: Crossover Week is Over!|
|March 9, 2015||Rain, Rain, Won't Go Away|
|February 27, 2015||Fighting for Fair Taxes|