When’s a tax cut not a tax cut? Baltimore City residents will still be shelling out the same amount of money, if not more, under Mayor Stephanie Rawlings Blake’s new budget. Though the City’s property tax rate is cut by 2 cents, residents will have to pay the “rain tax” and they will see their [...]
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Shock at the checkout line for consumers won’t stop as long as government keeps adding on burdens like a ‘bag tax’
60% or $1.68 billion of Prince George’s County’s FY 2014 budget will be spent on public schools as reported by Gazette.net. This is an increase of $30 million over the current budget, but some are complaining about $10.8 million of education spending that will be appropriated to other county needs. This highlights the problems county officials have when trying [...]
Governor O’Malley is spending your tax dollars on professionally produced TV ads in a new PR stunt to mask Maryland’s dreadful business climate. Outrageous! These government TV ads promote handpicked businesses and their products to convince job creators to pick Maryland without your consent! You shouldn’t be forced by your government to promote any company [...]
A Maryland Gazette news article highlighted that 1 in 13 Anne Arundel residents use food stamps. Nationally the trend has dramatically increased over the last 40 years. In the 1970′s 1 in 50 Americans was on food stamps compared to a staggering 1 in 7 today. In 4 years the total cost of food stamps, [...]
80% gas tax hike, flyover business country fueling decline.
Increased water bills and the ‘rain tax’ wipes away the first part of Baltimore City’s property tax decrease.
Last Friday Marylanders had some fun with one of Senator Barbara Mikulski’s tweets. She claimed that the key to getting a job was acquiring a “skillet.”
I know it’s been a while but we’re reestablishing a tradition that you participated in – attending Baltimore County AFP meetings at Towson Library. This is an opportunity for you to reconnect with fellow patriots, but more importantly it’s a chance for all of us to start planning our next grassroots initiative in Maryland. Americans [...]
Over the last 3 years Americans for Prosperity Maryland exposed the fact that Governor Martin O’Malley and Annapolis prioritizes mass transit first. The word got out and drivers resented seeing their tax dollars get spent on mass transit projects they don’t use. Right after Governor O’Malley signed his staggering 80% gas tax hike on Maryland [...]