Rep. Andy Harris Proposes $6M Cut to Foreign Energy Spending

From the offices of U.S. Rep Andy Harris: Washington, D.C. – Today, Rep. Andy Harris, M.D., will propose an amendment to the Department of Energy appropriations bill that would cut $6 million from a Department of Energy program which spends the money making factories in China more energy efficient and building windmills in Mexico. The […]

Chinese Delegation Briefed on Economic Development in Harford County

From Harford County government: (Bel Air, MD) – – Representatives of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region of China were briefed recently by Director James Richardson of the Office of Economic Development and Karen Holt, from the regional BRAC office, regarding economic development in Harford County. Members of the Chinese delegation included officials from the Guangxi […]

Armchair Coach: America Wins By Showing Passion At The Olympic Games


For the past two weeks many of us have watched the Olympics with great interest. I am sure many of you, like myself, have been paying attention to the race with China in the medal count. The USA finished the games with more medals than China 110-100. Unfortunately the USA was unable to keep up […]

Beijing Messes With Baseball Tradition

Olympics and baseball just don’t jive. In a story by the Associated Press extra-inning games in Beijing are turning our supposed past-time into a mockery due to time constraints for the viewing audience. How so? If a game goes to the 11th inning (and beyond) then runners will automatically start at 1st and 2nd base. In addition, teams […]